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13.11.2017

How to create a festive winter hideaway, with our top shopping list to help you get the look in your own home.

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03.11.2017

Get inspired to do something different with flowers, setting the scene for a special celebration in your home. Top tips to create a dramatic display with ease.

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31.10.2017

Fancy something a little alternative to accessorise your home this season? Here are some of our top choices to inspire you to go a little more out of the ordinary and a lot more unique with your styling.

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09.10.2017

An insight into how we work with pattern in our real life interior design projects to help give you the confidence to use pattern in your home. With a sneak peak of a new project of ours, yet to be released, but filled with colour and pattern.

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03.10.2017

Get your autumn interior inspiration for open plan living with our style space at Natuzzi, showing you that they are so much more than leather.

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17.08.2017

The bathroom in our evolving Design House project has been a long time coming and it’s finally here. Serving you pink, clean lines, a sculptural bath and some classic fixtures that bed the whole look into the setting of our Victorian house.

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24.07.2017

A new book on the blog for you to enjoy about a visionary architect creating community spirit that is still going strong today. Walters Way & Segal Close, by Taran Wilkhu and Alice Grahame, has just been released and is a wonderful nosey into the thriving community of design loving folk, on two very special […]

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24.01.2017

Whilst in Paris for Maison et Objet last month (our round up of the hottest finds is still available to check out on the blog) we couldn’t resist a little design pilgrimage to our personal gods of designs latest project. Dimore studio have created Hotel Saint Marc and it was top of our list for […]

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10.02.2017

A focus on our use of new materials for bespoke elements of our latest interior design project. Suggested listening (to enhance your blog reading experience) – Annie Lennox, Walking on broken glass.

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14.04.2017

With pattern and bold colour making a comeback in interiors, why not bring some of that excitement into the bedroom. For so long bedroom decoration has been confined to calm bright spaces with clean lines and serenity. Nothing wrong with that, but if you are looking for something filled with personality and classic impact, you […]

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24.09.2015

How do you create a home design for the generation that supposedly has it all? Bombarded as we are with images and image-crafters all over social media showing you their stunning pads and an ever changing conveyor belt of the new must have chair or light, it is no wonder so many of us are […]

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09.02.2017

It’s not everyday you get to stroll around an architectural gem with some of your favourite people, followed by a killer roast lunch all within 15 mins of your front door. So many of our friends in the design world have told us about Eltham Palace, but it’s always harder somehow to take time out and see the beauty right under your nose.

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14.04.2017

To mark National tile week we share this fab new collection with you, bringing together Brit fashion brand, Ted Baker, with tile manufacturers, British Ceramic Tiles. To introduce us to this new foray into interiors, we were invited to Ted HQ and were greeted with a giant red lobster on the front of the building, […]

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22.03.2016

Serving royalty, presidents and casinos worldwide – to our very own lovely house, British institution and world leaders, Brintons Carpets offered us the chance to create our own carpet. We almost feel like we don’t deserve it…almost. What am I saying?! After a year of living in this house with no double glazing, no heating, […]

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24.07.2015

From London to New York – A simple little project that turned out to be a beaut with lots of ideas that we hope you find useful. Our lovely clients wanted to use colour and texture but didn’t know how to pin down their ideas. In fact they had rather pinned themselves in circles on their […]

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