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Who doesn’t love teal?

Teal is quite simply one of the few colours that looks stunning in almost any interior. It’s a shade whose name was first recorded just over 100 year ago. This might therefore explain its popularity in the Art Deco period. After becoming a fad colour in the ‘90s, teal remains firm favourite in the world

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Are copper interiors still on trend?

Whilst many trends come and go, the popularity of rose gold and more so copper in interior design has reached stratospheric heights. This initial trend, which originated from fashion accessories, has been around for a few years. But, unlike so many trends, this trend looks set to stay! From wallpapers and lighting, to furniture and

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Make way for a ‘virtual’ world…

Finishes and styles may come and go. But one of the biggest shifts to hit the KBB industry and in particular bathrooms in 2019, will be in how these spaces are designed and sold. Consumers are investing more money than ever before in their homes. They want some assurance that the designs they choose will

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Expanding your point of view…

Many houses in warmer climates benefit from being able to utilize their outdoor space as an addition to their home. Whether it’s a patio area that can be used as a terrace for dining, or a lawn that can accommodate easy chairs and a sofa, making use of this space is commonplace abroad. Here in

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Inspired by botanics

Interiors have long been inspired by botanical elements… Surface patterns and prints, which capture the great-outdoors bring elegance inside, with florals and foliage. Leaf fronds and ferns, horticultural florals and even insects are ever popular on textiles, making their appearance on many fabrics, wallcoverings and interior accessories. Oversized palm leaves, Monstera leaves, more commonly known

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