Inspirational and beautiful – the incredible ceramic tiles from Smink Things are unique and eye catching. Designer, Marianne Smirk uses screen printed designs to create patterned tiles in the softest hues and wonderful colour palette.
Smink Studiois the studio of designer Marianne Smink. She loves everything that is handmade and imperfect and has a background in print design Smink Tiles are made with traditional processes, combined with beautiful color combinations and bold patterns. Imperfection is key, each tile is slightly different. At Smink Studio we like to work on special and one-off projects. All designs in our basic collection can be coloured again in one of the colours from our palette. We make all customised tiles to order. We also offer a full design service for all special and one-off projects.
The incredible beautiful designs of Lucy Tiffney make bold statements in a home, whether it’s on the floor with a rug, on the wall in wallpaper or a mural, or wrapped around you in the form of one of her blankets.
Her strong bold designs have also created amazing collaboration collections including ranges with Debenhams and Sofa.com
Lucy Tiffney, award winning Design Studio established in 2016, has evolved from years of fulfilling creative commissions and an ambition to make unique, fresh, colourful and happy designs for all.
Born out of an inherent necessity to create, Lucy’s original, large scale, bold murals and beautiful wallpapers showcase her signature hand painterly style and unique interpretation of the natural world.
Concrete in interiors is a strong trend and there’s a plethora of homeware that use the effect, material or colour in their design.
Floors and walls in concrete create a beautiful effect for an interior but it’s not always possible to introduce it for walls in a home already built or if the budget isn’t there to completely re lay floor, but with the ever advancing of wallpaper design and quality, you can obtain an effective realistic look for your walls with wallpaper.
We found this gorgeous semi gloss concrete look wallpaper by East Urban Home from Wayfair.
The herringbone trend has had a rise in popularity during the last couple of years, although it’s never ever really been out of favour.
It’s a classic look, a design-minded pattern and now this herringbone format has found new places to feature, not just floors and walls in wood or ceramic, but also cupboard fronts, kitchen doors, table tops and the pattern even transfers into fabrics and of course has always been a knitting pattern – thriving at the moment for throws and cushions.