The entryway of your home is an opportunity to make a great first impression. At least when it comes to the interior, anyway. Sure, your garden, the front path, the letterbox, and those questionable gnomes all make a first impression
I find trend forecasting really fascinating; discovering where interior design styles originate, how they work their way into the market and how we interpret them for our own homes once they land.A few year's back, leading trend forecaster Victoria Redshaw said
I used to go batty for an industrial interior. I loved the exposed brickwork, I loved the rough textures and I adored the masculinity inherent in these sorts of spaces. Then I went off them for a while, as you tend to do with design styles and schemes.Last night's Reno Rumble reveals had me hooked on industrial again, thanks to the divine kitchen designed by Carly and Leighton below. Of course, I'm showcasing both of the sublime Freedom Kitchens that were unveiled by the teams, but there's no confusion over which one's my fave!
Kitchens are the new bedrooms. Along with bathrooms, they're the spaces people tend to lose their minds over the most these days. Forget dreamy imagery of bedding, I am living for beautiful benchtops, a well-positioned set of pendant lights and black
If it's one room I obsess over getting right the most, it's the home office.It must be the OCD organiser in me. Bedrooms are lovely and living rooms are just as sweet, but seeing a really well put together home office