This textured wall hanging is a perfect introduction to latch hook weaving. It’s not a quick process but we think it’s worth it. Choose your favourite coloured cotton and wool, and design your own pattern.
We have found this tutorial from abeautifulmess.com to tell you all you need to create this gorgeous hanging.
Affordable, aesthetically pleasing, ticks trend boxes and is a practical and useful piece of furniture. Add this triangle patterned floor seat to your home to sit well with monochrome styling, Scandinavian design or in a vibrant mix match patterned room.
Its versatility, great customer reviews and modest pricing make it an excellent investment.
As more and more people are turning to dark interiors for inspiration Black is becoming a popular choice whem accessorising a room. Whether its small accessories like vases and ornaments, tables and chairs or wall coverings and paint, black is the shade of choice.
Mix high gloss with matte finishes to create tone and collect a selection of black items to display in one space.
The kitchen is a great place to introduce black as there are so many surfaces to play with as well as including electricals, tableware and cutlery. Of course mix with white for a more monochrome feel or combine with dark wood, copper or brass additions.
If you are daring enough, and there is no reason why you shouldn’t be go full on black throughout a room. This especially works well in a bedroom, where most of the time you spend in there is in the dark anyway. Going dark creates a cosy space and doesn’t always – as a lot of people expect -make a room feel smaller.
Bored of clean plain painted walls in your home? Using washi tape (and some inspirational images) is a quick brilliant way to introduce colour, pattern and quirkiness to a room.
It’s straight forward and non permanent, which makes it an ideal way to decorate – allowing easy changes, mistakes to be rectified or updates whenever you like.
Searching google, creative blogs and Pinterest gives a plethora of design ideas to get inspiration from.
Design depends on the room. Anything from geometric patterns, stripes, Aztec designs, crosses, linear and also a great way to bring in on-trend colours like blush, metallics or simply in monochrome.
For kids rooms it’s the perfect way to bring in their favourite images… animals, mountains, trains or simply fun pattern for stimulating a new born baby.