• London Design Festival 2015: Decorex

    by  • September 3, 2015 • 0 Comments

    Romo Black Edition Iroko collectionAhead of this years London Design Festival, we’ll be dishing out the inside scoop on where to go, what to see and how to make the most of the world’s biggest and best design event. As the UK’s leading design show for the luxury interiors market, where better to start than Decorex, which kicks off the festival from the 20-23rd September. Whether you’re looking to discover the very best in British craft, marveling at the latest fabric collections or losing yourself in our very own Wool Trail, this year’s show is set to be better than ever.

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    Bring London to life with Mylands new paint colours

    by  • September 2, 2015 • 0 Comments

    Mylands-Homes-&-Gardens-2From Downing street to Borough Market and Shoreditch, London’s streets provide a wealth of design inspiration at every corner. Paying homage to the capitals unique stories, heritage and design, Mylands have launched a collection of new paint colours that are inspired by and named after London’s most iconic buildings, characters and districts. We discover which landmarks made the colour cut…

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    Shop talk: head to Unlimited in Brighton for playful prints and unique designs

    by  • August 27, 2015 • 0 Comments

    Unlimited-shop-brighton-homes-&-gardens-8Walk down Church Street in the heart of Brighton’s North Laine and the bright, clean graphics in the window at no.10 will certainly catch your eye. Having started life as a pop-up in 2010, showcasing work by its sister graphic design company, Unlimited moved to its current premises in 2013 and is run by husband and wife team Patrick and Sara Morrissey.

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    Autumn homewares from the National Trust

    by  • August 27, 2015 • 0 Comments

    National-Trust-Homes-and-gardens-11These lovely woodland animals leapt onto our screens earlier today, and after taking one look at the rather adorable deer and rabbit, we simply had to share them with you. Designer Sam Pickard’s whimsical screen printed linen cushions form part of the National Trust’s collection of autumn homewares alongside beautiful, chunky ceramics, knitted throws and tartan check rugs – perfect for creating a cosy idyll as the months turn colder.

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    Heal’s launch the Pinner collection for the London Design Festival

    by  • August 25, 2015 • 0 Comments

    Heals-Pinner-Homes-&-Gardens-12And so it begins! With London Design Festival just around the corner (19-27 September), it’s the exciting time of year when we begin to see the unveiling of new collections and hot off the press designer ranges. Iconic British retailer Heal’s will launch three new collections at this years festival, after a busy year that has seen the opening of both their new showroom on Westbourne Grove and a social workspace and cafe at their Tottenham court road store. First up, we take a look at the Pinner collection…

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    Ilse Crawford designs a new collection for IKEA

    by  • August 23, 2015 • 0 Comments

    SINNERLIG-Ikea-Homes-&-Gardens-isle-crawford-2If you hadn’t already heard; wood, wicker and woven is the biggest trend of the season (see our recent decorating shoot for proof). And this hasn’t escaped designer Ilse Crawford and her trend-savvy team at Studioilse either, who this month launch their Sinnerlig range for IKEA. Featuring simple forms and ‘honest imperfections’, the Sinnerlig collection explores the beauty and pleasure of natural materials, with pieces made from acacia wood, bamboo, seagrass and cotton.

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    Gardens and gardening in September

    by  • August 22, 2015 • 0 Comments

    Morgan-Stanley-Healthy-Cities-Garden---Photo-2We certainly don’t want to wish away the summer; in fact, we’re hoping very much that it will stay around for at least another month. However, we do want to draw your attention to the fact that with the arrival of autumn, there are some rather lovely garden-related things happening around the country during September, and we want to have the dates for your diaries.

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