Paint Companies Embrace Timeless Therapeutic Colours in Their 2021 Colour Forecasts

Valspar 2021 Paint Colours

Many of the paint companies have launched their 2021 colour forecasts and it’s always fun and inspiring to see the colours as well as learn about what’s driving them, especially as colour has such a huge impact on our mood and well-being. Here are some of the highlights of the 2021 colour forecasts launched so […]

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Durban Fabric House Launches Fabrics Made from Recycled Plastic Bottles

How of Canvas fabric made from recycled bottles

One metre of fabric uses 12 recycled plastic bottles bought from local plastic collectors, creating job opportunities and preventing the bottles from ending up in our rivers and oceans. Last week looking for inspiration and sustainable fabrics, I was excited to come across the imminent launch of a range of beautiful, soft woven fabrics made […]

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Cost Effective Ways to Spruce Up your Living Room

Living room refresh

Would you love to refresh your living room but afraid it will cost to much? Here are some great cost effective ways you can spruce up your living room.

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E-Design – The Convenience of Online Interior Design

Interior Design Online Bedroom Makeover

Now more than ever we need our homes to uplift our spirits and inspire us and while using an interior designer may sound like a luxury, we can actually save you money. Through careful planning, sourcing and allowing you to visualise a space, costly mistakes can be avoided. What’s more, it’s never been easier with […]

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Boost Your Mood With These Uplifting Colours

Boost Your Mood With These Uplifting Colours

The colours we surround ourselves with can have a huge impact on our mood. Now, more than ever, we could all do with some uplifting colour energy in our homes as we find ourselves spending more time indoors.

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The Artistry OF Chinoiserie Style

The Artistry of Chinoiserie

European interpretations of Chinese and East Asian culture during the 17th and 18th century was known as Chinoiserie, although the style was more often associated with fantasy and invention than historical accuracy.

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