The beautifully shaped ‘Amalia’ chair designed by Studio Eggpicnic is handmade from traditional wicker. Continue Reading →
Described by the Guardian as “the most important house built in Britain for years”, The Lawns in Highgate Village certainly is one of the most unique and stunning London properties offered by Savills. Completed to a design by Eldridge Smerin, one of Britain’s top architectural practices, The Lawns is built around the core of a detached 1950s house, which was itself built on Victorian foundations – resulting in a fascinatingly multi-layered home that spans the ages. Continue Reading →
If your kitchen’s in need of a bit of a revamp, you might be looking for a bit of inspiration for a scheme to go with. Whether you want your kitchen to be a minimalist, no-fuss work area or a cosy retreat for the whole family to relax in after a busy day, there’s a design out there to suit your tastes.
Tastes are always changing, but good style always lasts through the seasons. Have a look at the top trending décor below, and take a look at some community sites like Wren Kitchens reviews before you begin work to get more ideas. Continue Reading →
In terms of style, the bathroom is one of the most important parts of the house. Guests will usually remember three rooms the best: the living or sitting room, the kitchen, and the bathroom. A clean bathroom may leave a good impression, but the well-decorated bathroom is the one they will truly remember. Well-decorated bathrooms have many characteristics in common and usually involve attention to detail throughout the entire room. People may pay more attention to decorating their living rooms and kitchens, as opposed to their bathrooms, but a well-decorated bathroom comes across as especially clean and welcoming. Continue Reading →
Throughout time, oak has been celebrated as one of the most natural and beautiful materials available to us.
Across the world, both the tree and the material produced from it has been worshipped, used to build beautiful pieces of architecture and even used in warships (in fact, HMS Victory was built from no less than 6000 oak trees).
As the wood has been used for centuries in the United Kingdom, it has now become one of the most traditional materials that we could possibly bring into our homes. Continue Reading →