Monthly Archive:: April 2013

We’ve always sung the praises of an accent wallpaper wall, but we are always looking for stylish variations on a trend! The use of wall decals provides a unique form of decoration to your wall. For those of you who don’t know, a decal is basically a really good sticker to put on your wall. A high quality decal should look like a painted stencil, rather than a sticker! PERFECT FOR RENTERS Walls can be such a big problem when you are renting your home, as so many landlords want their walls left as they are. Decals enable you to add a personal and contemporary touch to your walls, without permanently marking them. Decals will stick really well to any painted wall, but can be [&hellip

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Spring has finally arrived! Okay so the temperature is only just above 10°C, but you have to take your victories wherever you can get them. Spring is fantastic time to make changes to your lifestyle and to your home. It’s also a good time re-try or re-think your failed new years resolutions (it’s OK, we literally all did it!). We can’t make you go to the gym, but we CAN give you a few tips to give home an energising, relaxing and colourful injection of spring! FRESH FLOWERS- Fresh flowers are a great way to symbolise the growth and life of spring within the home. As long as you keep them in fresh water, your flowers can last over a week. Natural, pastel coloured flowers [&hellip

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As you may have noticed, we have been expanding our product video collection to give you a better feel for all of the beautiful furniture we have on offer. Alex has been treating the 4 Living showroom like Universal Studios, playing with lights, cameras and sideboards! The benefit of working with wooden furniture, as opposed to actors, is that it has hardly any ego problems. This video is a compilation of all of the oak videos we have filmed so far, designed to give you more in depth feel for the colour and texture of our contemporary solid oak furniture. The voice-over from (who demanded his own trailer on set…) is there to outline some of the specific features of the oak, as well as [&hellip

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