Monthly Archive:: July 2013

With the recent birth of the Baby Windsor, the whole country has been swept by baby fever! We usually concentrate on interior design and household tips, so we thought it would be fun to give our slightly alternative tips to help with creating your own baby’s bedroom! Your baby might not be welcomed into the world by 100 photographers and reporters, but you can give the heir to your throne a perfect welcome with a stylish and functional bedroom. We just can’t resist a good bandwagon. All aboard! A Colourful cot – There are a number of reasons why a cot should specifically be colourful. The main reason is that, for some reason, all baby furniture and clothing is white or very pale! That’s pretty [&hellip

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Ethnicraft are widely considered to be one of the finest designers and manufacturers of contemporary, precision made solid oak and teak furniture. Their collections are incredibly wide and varied, providing as much choice as possible for anyone who wants to add Ethnicraft to their home. Their solid wood furniture is famous for blending cutting-edge designs with tremendously durable materials. Companies like this aren’t born overnight. They are often born from very simple beginnings, from simple inspirations or a tremendous enthusiasm to create something new and original. We’ve put together a small time-line explaining the journey Ethnicraft has taken to transform from two travelling friends to a multi-national contemporary furniture brand: –Two Belgians friend embark on a round the world trip, falling in love with teak [&hellip

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So many great things come from China: food, fireworks, technology, all sorts. China’s interior design and architecture has also become increasingly popular over here in the UK. The attention to detail and balance of Chinese design is all born from the principles of Feng Shui, China’s finest import. Actually, it’s pronounced “Fung Shway” If you’re going to do something, it’s worth doing it properly, starting with the pronunciation. A small amount of gesticulation and emphasis on the “sh” of “Shui” will have you well on your way to becoming a Feng Shui expert! As well as the slight mis-pronunciation (which really doesn’t matter, by the way) the biggest misconception about Feng Shui is that it is literally just furniture arranging and nothing more. Furniture positioning [&hellip

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