Karen Stanek
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Going for Gold: there are no fools here, as designers hit the jackpot with lush botanical interiors.

Graphic black and white wallaper adds chic beauty to the interior 16 Fabulous Ideas that Bring Wallpaper to the Stairway

Contemporary Staircase by Lynne Parker Designs, Wallpaper: Queen of Spain in black, Schumacher (also in silver)

Industrial interiors are normally saved for loft and warehouse conversions, utilising the surroundings to make a living space that fits in with the original purpose of the building – think huge windows, exposed pipes and unfinished walls. Now the industrial look is a growing trend in many homes and commercial spaces, with many taking inspiration from ‘unfinished’ and utilitarian features and objects. Here are some of our favourite industrial interior trends…

Bathroom shower tile DIY brass wall mount sink fixture, exposed shower fixture, unique tile layout using subway tile, grey tile floor, use of some wood element.

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Poliform_Bristol sofa covered in removable fabric and the small table to the back of the sofa in visone glossy lacquered finishing.

Poliform_Bristol modular sofa with removable fabric covering. Tribeca coffee table with bronze painted metal structure and top in calacatta oro marble.

luxe neutrals, grey Bouclé sofa / Poliform_Bristol modular sofa with removable fabric covering. Tribeca coffee table with bronze painted metal structure and top in calacatta oro marble.

The French architect has designed a comfortable and sophisticated sofa with double cushioning. Conceived as a modular system, it offers compositional freedom. As well as a sofa, the system also includes tables, desks and poufs.

The Bristol sofa, designed by Jean-Marie Massaud for Poliform, features broad, soft and comfortable shapes and is allows for versatile living combinations.