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Tips For Making Your Home Cosy This Winter

Posted by Tracey Owen on

Tips For Making Your Home Cosy This Winter

Tips for making your home cosy this winter Christmas has been and gone, but we’ve still got a few months of chilly winter weather to get through. You may have turned your heating up, but if your interior design scheme’s still in “summer mode”, you might find your home’s aesthetics are making you feel a little cold. Here, we’ll go over some great interior design tips for making your home that much cosier over winter. Just like any interior design project, making your home feel cosier can be helped along massively by simply playing with the colour scheme. Whether you’re painting...

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How To Perfect The Rustic Home Decor Look

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How To Perfect The Rustic Home Decor Look

2017 has seen the rise of rustic decor used within the home, and we expect this trend to surge in 2018, too!shop rusticIf you want to find out how to perfect the rustic home decor look in your space, then check out this guide below. We take you through some key trends and tips on how to personalise your space with elements of rustic interior design. Modern rustic The buzz word of the year, everyone wants to embrace having both modern amenities and rustic charm and warmth. The key to a modern rustic space is a selection of modern furniture...

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Christmas Dining Table Design Ideas

Posted by Mark Godsell-Fletcher on

Christmas Dining Table Design Ideas

For many people, the Christmas Dinner is at the very heart of Christmas Day. The presents have been opened, a festive drink or two has been had, and now the family sits down together around the dining table, cutlery gleaming, crackers waiting to be pulled, party hats waiting to be worn, and napkins laid out in the traditional Christmas colours of red and green.Wouldn’t it be nice to try something else?Not the food, or the family, or the festivities, but why not try something a bit daring with your dining table this year? Retire that well-worn red tablecloth with the...

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What is Reclaimed Wood?

Posted by Mark Godsell-Fletcher on

What is Reclaimed Wood?

About reclaimed wood: Recent years have seen a resurgence in the popularity of reclaimed wood. In essence this is wood that has been used for one purpose in the past (such as being part of a building), which is then ‘reclaimed’ and put to use in another way, for example as part of a new piece of furniture. Its popularity can be put down to many factors: the aesthetics of the furniture it creates, its contribution to environmental sustainability, the interesting histories behind where the wood has been sourced, and the material’s physical characteristics such as its strength, hardiness and...

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How to Protect Your Wooden Furniture from Sun Damage

Posted by Mark Godsell-Fletcher on

How to Protect Your Wooden Furniture from Sun Damage

Summer is here! (Or, if you’re reading this at another time of year, ‘summer will be here again soon!’) However, wooden furniture damage through exposure to sunlight is one that is relevant all year round, so regardless of the season, it’s worth taking action now.During the summer months. when the sun is at full strength, you’ll need to take care to protect your home and furniture. If left unchecked, UV exposure can damage the appearance of your furniture and is ultimately irreversible. Why does the sun damage wooden furniture? Fading, discoloration and damage to materials such as wood are downsides...

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