A sneak peak at an article in House & Garden!


We were luckily enough to be part of this issue’s House & Garden. Our chairs have been mentioned which is terrific news!

They seem to be going down a treat! Christmas is finally arriving and these seem to be this winter’s, ‘must-have’.


Weekend activity!

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Get stuck into making pieces for your home on the weekend or when you have free time. You can either buy ready-made stickers or paint murals and designs yourself. Remember to use special paint that won’t come off easily. They look quirky, fun yet also personal. So get creative this weekend and add personalise your furniture.


Blue Karma Resort

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In the heart of Bali lies a beautiful resort that has been designed using a huge range of woods such as bamboo and wicker. Put a flame to it as you really will see colour, but thankfully we don’t need too as this place already has colour that resinates deep into the wood.



Trend alert- botanical touches

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Keep your interior alive with this oh so chic trend. DIY’s, small accessories or a whole room refresh; this trend is so easy to bring through in any interior. A great home-made touch is pressed flowers within a clear frame, this brings the outdoors in without fear of upkeep and watering every day (a lazy designers dream). As well as looking stylish this DIY will add a modern twist to your space and can bring through the botanical trend without a complete overhaul. If DIY is just not your thing then why not pop a simple botany print up on the wall, old school nature diagrams look stylish and interesting. To add to this scientific trend, bring in glassware and touches of gold to really set off the style. This trend fits perfectly with a scandi interior or one based with white which you can read more about in our previous post “Paint The Town White”. So whether you go out on a country yomp for some inspiration or just head down to your nearest interiors store, make sure to add some botanical to your summer interior.

DIY concrete plant pots


To prevent plants from falling through, squish or glue (concrete adhesive) wire mesh/chicken wire into bottom of the cinder block holes. This would look great in a small city garden, adding an accent colour of red to your dull outdoor space. This is contemporary and modern and ideal to use as a table.