Origami


One unusual trend that has been popping up across the interiors blogs recently is that of origami-inspired interiors. This technique of using folded paper to create finished sculptural shapes became popularised through Japanese techniques, and has become a micro-trend in interiors through the ethereal and airy effects that it can…

Maps


One iconic piece of imagery that seems to keep cropping up in interiors is the humble map. Whether it be a global map of the world or even a simple street plan, there's something about maps that is both highly functional yet aesthetically pleasing! This dining area uses a map…

Bathroom


Now that the new year has begun, how about giving a few of your under-appreciated rooms a bit of a jazzy makeover? The bathroom is one room in particular that seems to suffer from something of a lack of imagination. This bathroom shows the fun that can be had in…

Being Bold


With the brand New Year upon us, it's always a good time to look for some bold new design inspiration to give us some fresh ideas about what we could do to our interiors this year. This amazing wall mural is a great way to brighten up a dull bedroom,…

Kilim


One of the big textures to hit interiors in recent months is kilim. Kilim is a word of Turkish origin that describes the flatweave pattern that is created and celebrated in a host of countries stretching all of the way from Turkey to China, and it's a great way to…

New York, New York


If there's one place that truly sums up metropolitan chic, it has to be New York. And here we're going to look at a few of the elements that deliver this legendary style. The living area that defines New York chic has to be the loft apartment. This living room…

Japan


One country that is becoming renowned for hyper-modernist style is Japan. With its arch minimalism, refined functionality and acute spatial awareness, Japan is a great place to start for giving your home a sleek makeover. The shoji screen below is a classic example of Japanese style, but what makes it…

Pink


Few colours can cause such controversy in the world of interiors as that of pink. Often reviled for being too feminine or child-like, it nonetheless has an enduring appeal for many, and is an excellent way to add colour to a room in a way that isn't too heavy or…

Illusions


This blog post is dedicated to the fun that you can have in your home through using furniture, fabrics and accessories in unconventional ways to provide a sense of illusion. This vintage radio sits playfully atop a ramshackle wooden chair against a backdrop of stark wooden floorboards and beautiful vintage…

Plywood


It's reassuring to find that sometimes you don't have to use expensive materials to make an interior that is stylish and striking. Plywood is a great example of this. Long maligned as a low-grade wood option, it has recently seen a resurgence in interior design through its aesthetic, as well…

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