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Emily Beeson
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New-season styles have dropped and sales are still rolling so now really is the prefect time to refresh your wardrobe. In fact, why stop there? Give your skincare line-up an overhaul, update your bedroom for fall and invest in a few luxe gifts for friends and family while you’re at it. With deals this good what’s the use in waiting? 

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Emily Beeson
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If you were wondering why you’ve spotted fewer marble surfaces on your feed it’s because there’s a fresh interiors trend taking over Instagram and Pinterest right now… 


Terrazzo, which takes its name from the Latin word ‘Terra’, meaning ground, is nothing new – it was created in the 16th century Italy as a way to reuse stone offcuts, and it’s characterized by its multicolored fragments. But thanks to its hard-wearing and sustainable qualities (and unlimited colour and material options), it’s making a major comeback. 

Terrazzo is no longer just for floors either – the playful patterned surface is now trending across everything from homeware to accessories. Want to work it into your apartment this fall? There are plenty of ways to do it... 

For tiny Mediterranean touches that will make a difference, try adding Terrazzo pots to your bedroom or bathroom, or place a modern speckled candle by the likes of Tom Dixon on your bedside table. We also love speckled storage – perfect for tackling clutter. 

If you want to work the trend into your living room, try a chic terrazzo-print bench or a comfy patterned bean bag. Or, if you’re ready for a full makeover, decorate the room with terrazzo wallpaper and opt for traditional stone countertops. 

Shop the edit below for our favourite takes on the trend… 

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Emily Beeson
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It’s amazing how a little sunshine can help you to see things in a new light – like that corner of the bedroom that’s been a little neglected lately, or the downstairs bathroom that could use a spruce up. Summer’s the perfect time to bite the bullet and beautify your home – new season, new space, new start right?  

Luckily, MADE.COM our go-to for design-inspired living and ultra-cool furniture have just launched a huge summer sale...  

Now, if you’re working with a limited budget, fear not. There are a ton of clever ways to breathe new life into your home for the summer months. Simply rearranging your furniture, investing in a mirror to brighten a room, or creating a cool gallery wall can really be a game-changer. 

If you’re feeling braver, or perhaps if it’s time to wave goodbye to that old sofa and invest in a luxe new three-seater, a statement couch is a fail-safe way to update your living room. Just add a few clashing cushions in rich, contrasting textures and see your space take on a new lease of life.

But what about the other rooms in your house? The kitchen, the bedroom, the study, even the kids’ rooms? One thing’s for sure, in summer, every room benefits from a pop of colour. Have fun some with MADE.COM’s artfully designed accessories and mix your new-season tones with contemporary metallics for an effortlessly cool finish.

MADE.COM is offering up to 40% OFF in the summer sale so there’s never been a better time to shop. Can’t decide where to start? Browse our favourite pieces from the summer sale in the edit below…   

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Emily Beeson
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Cool, cool electric blue, that’s the colour of my room. Well, it can be if you know how to follow a few simple interior design rules. Blue is a difficult hue because it’s a bold and sometimes brooding tone that has the potential to dominate a space…   


The trick with any shade of blue is to opt for statement blocks of colour rather than small accents – like you might with pinks and metallic tones.   

First, find your preferred shade of blue. Teal is having a moment right now but of blue-green isn’t your thing, consider a luxe navy or a bright electric blue.   

Then consider how you’re going to incorporate a blue block into your space. You can paint an accent wall – this is great to making any room look instantly more high-end but be sure to stick to a single wall as deep blues can make a small space look smaller.  

If you’re not quite ready to crack out the paintbrushes, opt for a swathe of blue by way of a rug, a decadent velvet sofa or a boxy armchair. In the bedroom, blue headboards, throws and curtains are winners too.   

Ready to try the trend for yourself? Shop the edit below for our favourite blue pieces for every room in your home…   

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Emily Beeson
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As interiors trends go colour clashing is nothing new, however, the latest craze sweeping the homes of Instagram is certainly unique…  


Opting for a green and pink bedroom, living room or kitchen is a bold move but one that we’re currently loving. The perfect mix of moody, earthy tones and fun pastel brights, pink and green décor is everywhere.   

We appreciate that splashing paint around or investing in gorgeous emerald-green subway tiles like the ones in our gallery isn’t an option for everyone, so we looked to a selection of our favourite design-led brands for a little help.

No matter the colour of your walls and floors it’s easy to channel the pink and green trend in every room with accessories, linen, lighting and of course, luxe furniture in rich textures and finishes.   

Browse the edit below for inspiration and try filling your home with the hottest clashing colours of the summer…     

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Emily Beeson
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If your living space is looking a little unloved but you don’t have time for the major task of redecorating, we have the perfect set of summer home hacks for you…   

Opting for nature-inspired prints and earthy accents is a great way to refresh any room in your house. Plus, the beauty of the botanical décor trend is that it can be repurposed and reinvented for every season – leaf prints and florals are always in.  

Statement wallpaper 

Bold wallpaper is a great way to infuse a room with botanical beauty. Opt for a lush green palm print for your living space, bamboo and bark for the bathroom and soft petals for the bedroom.   

Mix everything

Mix up your couch, your cushions and your drapes by clashing your prints, tones and textures. Avoid matching pieces and opt for a cool gallery wall or surface of framed prints to achieve an effortlessly eclectic look.   

Accessories and accents   

Greens and earth tones look stunning next to bright tones like off white and copper. Contrast your printed pieces with metallic accessories and soft creamy-toned soft furnishings and walls.   

Hot houseplants 

What’s a botanical paradise without a few houseplants? Invest in a few faux options that will elevate your space and require zero time and effort all year round.   

Shop our edit below to try the botanical home trend for yourself this summer…   

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Emily Beeson
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Let’s be clear on one thing, marble is always going to be on trend. Sleek, classic and luxe, a little marble goes a long way...


Whether you opt for white, creamy ivory, stark black or a cool, contemporary blush pink or green, adding marble accents to your existing décor is a beautifully simple way to elevate your space. 

Now, before you pave your whole space from top to bottom – which might end up being just a little pricy – why not consider a few simple home hacks to achieve the look for less?   It’s easy to bring a touch of marble into any room in the house and often, less is more. 

We recommend opting for cool marble accessories to offset rich textures and metallics in your living room, marble cutting and serving boards for the kitchen and in the bedroom, marble-topped tables and vanity accessories. 

Obviously your bathroom is the ideal spot to work this trend so invest in vases, trays, toothbrush holders and cool prints to transform your space into a luxurious spot to rival a five-star hotel.  

Want to get the look for yourself? Browse our edit of the best accessories below…  

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Emily Beeson
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There are a few age-old interior design tricks that always work, no matter what your home looks like or how spacious it is – see upping the cosiness factor in winter with twinkly lights or adding a little interest with a gallery wall. Changing up your space to suit a new season is easy, you just have to know a few of the golden rules… 


One of the most important tricks is knowing just how powerful colour can be and knowing how to work a trend to your advantage. This season it’s all about yellow – sunshine tones, mustard hues, deep orangey palettes, yellow home decor is everywhere.  

Now, we’re not saying you should rush in with the Dulux and paint all four walls yellow. On the contrary, if you want to work this bold tone in your space, you’ll need to be careful to balance it with the rest of your décor. The key here is using yellow as an accent colour. You can do this in three ways… 

Opt for bright yellow accessories like candles, cushions and artworks to offset the rest of the room. A pop of colour will lend the space a cheerful, eclectic vibe. 

Invest in a statement piece that will act as the only yellow focal point in the room. A velvet sofa, chair, a pair of yellow curtains or sunflower-toned doors, cabinets and shelves will draw the eye and pep up the room in no time. 

Lastly, for something a little more permanent you can get creative with paint and paper. Invest in a cool roll of printed wallpaper from the likes of Cole & Son, Matthew Williamson or House of Hackney and bring the sunshine in on a feature wall or papered surface – this works especially well in the bedroom or bathroom. 

Want to try the trend for yourself? Browse our gallery for inspiration and shop the edit below for our favourite yellow homewares and design-led pieces… 

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Lina Psaila
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After the recent fashion week shows in Paris, we noticed a trend happening in street style that relieves the burdens of a stressful week. What was it? Silk robe coats! What’s more, these luxe pieces were more often than not being paired with a T-shirt and jeans—and it was incredibly cool.This trend follows in the path paved by bralettes, corsets and of course the slip dress being worn out of the bedroom and into broad daylight. 


This underwear as outerwear trend or more specifically this private-wear goes public fixation has been taking place for quite a while now. From Madonna's cone bras and corsets to Rihanna's robe or pyjama look. Since now the mere mortals have caught on this seductive trend more designers are producing robes meant both for indoors and at a glamorous party. 

From Etro to a plethora of vibrant prints and colours at Roberto Cavalli to botanical garden inspiration at Alberta Ferretti or pure Americana vibes at Elie Saab. Then again you can never go wrong with a Coachella staple: The kimono. 

Whatever your style this season have a look at our exclusive edit below and you'll find the perfect cover-up for you! 

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As we’re move closer to February, Christmas holidays seem like a distant memory. It’s only natural that we start getting that escapist feeling in order to recharge and reboot. The perfect way to relax without breaking the bank is by organising a short weekend getaway on US soil. With Valentine’s Day coming up you may want to organise a romantic weekend away with your beau or conversely a fun weekend with your  best mates. So get your travel essentials, and prep your carry on we here at Shopcade have prepared a small travel guide with the best cities to visit this winter! 


Napa Valley 

For your ultimate wine tasting getaway book a room near a vineyard and fully indulge yourself in what the city has to offer:  olive groves, and the Mayacamas Mountains. 

Calistoga, California 

Looking for a romantic getaway with your significant other? How about a secluded ranch in the middle of California offering plenty of activities outdoors and impressive wooden interiors of a classically crafted lodge. 

Connecticut 

If you think that romance is dead then how about going to a place where Victorian romanticism and architecture thrive? Yes, we're talking about Connecticut and its offering of 19th century fairytails in the charming seaport village of Mystic, Connecticut. 

Twin Farms, Barnard, Vermont 

For a truly romantic weekend of yesteryear aesthetic look no further than Vermont. There between the maple and pine trees of Barnard, lies a 18th century  farmhouse that once belonged to Nobel Prize-winning writer Sinclair Lewis. Literary getaway check! 

Tennesee 

To experience the true farmhouse adventure head to the Great Smoky Mountains of eastern Tennessee. You'll be surprised to find amazing farms with a few sparse bucolic hill cottages and grand, multi-bedroom homes. Fill your days  with pursuits like horseback riding, fly-fishing, and canoeing and enjoy indulgent dinners at the hotel. 

Ready to pack your bags? Scroll below for the ultimate weekend getaway looks! 

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Felicia Pennant
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Hands up if you haven’t changed out of your pyjamas since Christmas day? Us neither and there’s no need to change even if you’re heading out, provided you’ve upgraded your nightwear. Pyjama dressing for women, as in wearing patterned, matching button up tops and trousers, slinky slips and robes, is still a major trend and over the course of the year, plenty of exciting brands have popped up. Asceno, Morpho + Luna and more are all delivering vibrant styles with elevated fits and fabrics that you’ll want to show off well beyond the bedroom. It’s comfortable fashion at it’s very best and definitely dressy- just add heels for a night out or denim to create a killer smart-casual day look. Trainers are a fashionable foil for a slip. 


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This week Shopcade profiles Giorgina Clavarino, the influencer with the very poignant blog name entitled “Giorgina With an Eye”. The former Business school student talks to us about her dream closet, her collab with the playful Mira Mikati brand as she takes us through her morning routine and the elements that define her eclectic sense of personal style.


What compelled you to start a blog? I’m a hyperactive person, so unless I have 100 things to do I am not satisfied with what I have accomplished at the end of the day. The search for new challenges is what made me start my Fashion blog. In 2014, I was finishing my studies at Cass Business School in London and had lots of spare time, so I decided I would actively fill it up with something I was passionate about. I knew my studies at Cass were important because I’ve always dreamed of starting a business of my own one day. I also missed being more creative and having an outlet where I could just share what I loved, which is what my blog became. I had been following The Sartorialist for quite some time, and I loved how he shared photographs of street style in NY and loved how inspirational it was. I think this is what gave me the inspiration and the courage to test myself by starting a blog of my own, to share what I loved too!
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#222222">What's your relationship with fashion? How did it start and what motivates you to keep at it? I grew up in Milan, so fashion flows in everyone’s blood there. When you grow up in a city which is one of the world’s fashion capitals, you are indoctrinated with fashion from a young age. This probably explains why I was so into fashion since I was about 5. There is always the expectation to be flawless and up to speed with trends all the time. #222222">I think that the person that influenced my style the most however, has been my mother. She has always been a bit of a hippie, which is why since I was 10 I’ve loved wearing Minnetonka, boot cut jeans and have messy beachy hair. #222222">I remember my mother always used to buy stacks of magazines we would flick through together and rip off everything we loved and then make huge collages that I still have hanging in my bedroom in Milan. This then led to me creating my own scrap books, which I considered to be my own bespoke ‘Vogue’ editions, that my friends loved flicking through. The blog was then the evolution #222222">of the scrap book – a virtual version that I could share with more people. What keeps me going is my love for fashion. I know it sounds cheesy but it’s the truth. The creativity, the work, the influences that go behind the fashion industry, the way that you brand your products, the packaging, how you photograph it, the visions of the designers, the styling of the stylists, all the processes from beginning to end inspire me daily and are what motivates me to turn on my blog for a couple of hours a day and write something personal that made me think, laugh, smile, inspired that I want to share with other people. 
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#222222">How would you define your personal style? Do you have any icons people accounts that you follow? When I moved to London my style changed a lot. I love Italian style, but it’s often too timeless and never too daring. Exactly the opposite of what I am, I always love wearing flamboyant clothes, whether it’s wearing a funky hat, a colourful pair of trousers, glittery shoes, or socks. In London you are more liberal, you can experiment with styles and are constantly influenced by different street styles, which in fact are my major influence. I love what people are wearing in the streets, I look at photographs and often attempt to recreate with my twist on what they are wearing. I love doing lots of stuff myself too, whether #222222">its dissembling an old pair of Levi’s, or sewing things onto jackets, designing my own jewellery. My other influences are Frida Kahlo, because I loved how colourful and exuberant her style was. She wasn’t afraid of being different, or better, of being herself. Jane Birkin, as she taught me how to look effortlessly cool with a simple pair of jeans and blouse. Kate Moss, because she always risked and wore the sickest clothes, from leather pants to colourful coats. And finally, to be more contemporary, #222222">I love ‘The Man Repeller’ and Leandra Medine. It’s an account I closely follow on Instagram, as I love how she combines clothes and never takes herself too seriously.
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#222222">What do you enjoy most about mixing and matching high street with high-end clothing?Proving that style goes beyond the brands you are wearing.  
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#222222">How did the collab with Mira Mikati come about in Winter Wonderland? What are your favourite items from the latest collection and how would you style them? When I saw the collection I immediately imagined them to be captured in Winter Wonderland. Her clothes are so colourful that I wanted to put them in a fun and #222222">cool environment, that I could camouflage myself in. Every piece of Mira Mikati is very exuberant and colourful, so I would style them as I did on Instagram, with a simple pair of jeans to make the coats and jumpers stand out. I love colours in winter, but you must find a balance, so that the focus goes on the hero piece you are wearing e.g. the faux rainbow coat, or a yellow coat. 
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#222222">Can you give us 3 styling rules that you abide by? 
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#222222">1. Mom jeans 

2. A pair of ‘70s converse that will go with almost everything 

3. A lipstick that lifts every outfit 
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#222222">Whose closet would you raid if you had the chance? Probably Leandra Medine. 
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#222222">What's the biggest misconception about having your own blog? That it’s easy! 
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#222222">What's your morning routine? I never wear lots of make-up, as I am too lazy and always too late to spend too much time on it. When I wake up though I always wash my face with Clinique Anti-Blemish Solution face wash, then clean my face with Kiehl’s Cucumber Herbal Toner and apply Clinique Anti-Blemish hydrant visage. I then add a very thin layer of Light Wonder by Charlotte Tilbury to give that fresh glow for the day and a bit of waterproof mascara by Eyeko. To finish I spray a bit of Twilly d’Hermes to be perfumed all day. I usually then have breakfast at work, which is either salmon on toast and a cappuccino or bread and Nutella. Life is too short to eat healthy all the time, especially in the mornings! 
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#222222">What projects are you working on now? Big projects are still TBC! So stay tuned to discover more in 2018! 

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