An inspirational image from Farrow and BallA timeless kitchen where 'Old White' to the walls creates a calming, homely feel with its green undertone and sits beautifully against the cream kitchen units.
Above: a cosy dining room with touches of Celtic charm, created by Scottish designer Pat Renson Feeling the need for warmth? It’s about this time of year that the craving for cosiness comes on. Now, you may be tempted to dress up in a onesie and sip hot chocolate on the sofa to make yourself feel...
Yellow is a beautiful uplifting colour but can be the trickiest one to get right in an interior scheme. My blog post has lots of tips and inspiration on how to make this work for your next decorating project. Let me show you how to use Yellow.
Mix horizontals and verticals Play with your book arrangements to find the best configuration for your space. Mix horizontally stacked books with classically positioned uprights for an informal look. This is also a great cheat for any oversized books that are too tall to stand upright on shelves.