Designing most rooms in the house can feel like a daunting task but none more so than a children’s room. Though it is a room to really allow you to let your creativity flow, I thought I would share some little hints and tips on how to make them the most fun room in the home.
2021’s most exciting interior trend has been the growth of biophilic design, a way of designing interiors to bring the outdoors and nature into the indoor spaces we live and work in. But what is biophilia and how do we bring it into our homes?
How good it feels to be turning a corner on a long, wet winter and peering into Spring. The sap is rising, soil warming, days are stretching out and like many gardeners, I’m itching to get out in my garden, full of renewed vigour, developing new areas for our family, visitors and menagerie of animals to enjoy.
The Scandinavians are onto to something with their design principles and Hygge (pronounced ‘hoo-gah’) philosophy – we have been entranced by the thrall of Ikea, light woods, and white walls for over a decade now but what is it and how do you create a perfect Scandi space. There is so much more to this principle than white walls where design, comfort and function meet in perfect harmony.