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Emily Beeson
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September is #selfimprovement month and no wonder the hashtag's already trending. At this time of year we're usually throwing ourselves into that 'new start, new season, new me' mindset. Because let's face it, we probably didn't keep all the resolutions we made in January so we at least deserve another shot...

Now if you know anything about self improvement you'll know it's not about being negative or being hard on yourself for failing to change, it's about baby steps, tiny wins and good vibes.


Self improvement starts with self care so we've put together a few handy tips to help you kickstart your self improvement journey. September's a good a time as any to start something, right? 

Take time for yourself 

It's easy to feel like things will never change if you feel as though you're always running around after other people. Take a night off, spend a weekend with your loved ones or just indulge in some alone time to focus on your thoughts and quiet your mind. 

Get more sleep 

Sleep is essential for our health. A proper night's sleep helps our brains and bodies to properly recharge so we can do our best mental and physical work during the day. Try and set yourself the task of having earlier nights this month and if you find it hard to drop off, try a little aromatherapy with candles, pillow sprays, diffusers and essential oils.

Write down your goals 

Writing down what you want to change and how you want to do it can really help to visualise and focus on your short-term and long-term self improvement goals.

Practice happiness

Take a little time to do things that make you feel good, like going for a long walk, taking a relaxing bath with a facemask on or listening to an inspiring podcast. Doing little things like this for yourself will help with cultivating a positive mindset and if you feel positive, the sky's the limit.

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Emily Beeson
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Goodbye sunshine yellow, farewell millennial pink – AW18 is all about muted earthy tones. Things are about to look a little softer with muted hues set to be the biggest interiors trend to drop for the new season…   


We’re certainly not mad about the onset of warm peach colours and autumnal burnt oranges dominating our cosy homes just before the weather turns.   

The only problem is, these sorts of colours do run the risk of looking a little dull if not styled properly. But don’t fret because we have a few tips to help you nail the trend with little to no effort required.   

Firstly, always clash your colours and textures. This will help to showcase the subtle beauty of the tones you’ve chosen.   

Opt for larger pieces like rugs and soft furnishings such as your sofa or armchair in neutral putty and string tones and jazz things up with contrasting cushions and throws.   

Use accent tones like metallics, greys, off whites and yellows to add even more interest. Accessories are a great way to do this so think carefully about artworks, coffee table books and unique objects to add to the mix.   

Finally, perfect the warm earthy glow with salt lamps, candles and yellow bulbs and create a space that’s equal parts cosy and chic for the season ahead.  

Try the trend for yourself with a few exclusive pieces from our earth tone edit below…   

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Sure summer is great but if you’re already looking forward to those cosy fall vibes, we’ve got good news for you. Peachy, orange tones are already huge this year and they’re the perfect way to help your home transition from sunny weather into the cooler months…  


Filling your home with terracotta, burnt orange and pale sorbet tones is an ideal way to channel some of that fall cosiness while still retaining the warmth and light that summer has to offer. Plus, orange is a mood-boosting color so you can wave those back-to-school blues goodbye.

Rather than opting for a fresh coat of paint for every season – let’s be honest, who has time for that – the best way to infuse your space with a little orange energy is to invest in a few items to brighten the space.   

Think kitchen accessories for a ‘70s inspired look, and soft tonal linens for laid-back boho vibes. Accessories like candles and artworks are a great way to make a space seem fuller and cosier, while statement pieces like oversized cushions and couches inject a much bolder pop of color – great if you have the space.   

Want to try the look for yourself? Transition from summer to fall with our favourite orange pieces in the edit below…    

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Emily Beeson
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There are few greater pleasures than entertaining friends and family over a home-cooked meal – or a takeaway, if that’s your jam. The warm fuzzy feeling that comes with hosting the perfect dinner party is a hard one to beat, especially when your décor’s on point…   


Creating the ideal ambience for a meal with your favourite people is easy, if you stick to a few simple design rules.   

Colour scheme

Pick a fresh colour scheme like green and pink or white and navy and throw in metallic accents for an easy yet luxe look to rival the top tables of Pinterest.   

Eclectic vibes

Accessorise the table with colourful napkins, ornaments, place card holders and unique glasses. Mix and match your flatware and invest in cool pieces like cutlery in brassy tones or tinted glasses. Turn your table into the main event and have fun with it.   

Add foliage 

Fresh flowers, succulents, sprigs of eucalyptus – greenery makes everything look better and makes for gorgeous table setting options. Experiment with seasonal plants and flowers for the perfect summer and autumn-inspired aesthetic and garnish your drinks with fresh herbs for a fresh twist on the botanical décor trend.   

Light it up  

Create a chilled atmosphere with candles and twinkling lights. Opt for a mix of chic candelabras and chunky scented candles for the perfect ambience indoors or al fresco.   

Want to style up your dining table? Shop our edit of design-led essentials below…   

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If like us you’re green with envy at the sight of your favourite influencers’ homes, fear not because we have a few quick hacks to help you style your space.  


An easy way to lend a room a touch of luxe is to style your surfaces. Whether you’re working with a desk, a shelf or a coffee table, styling up a surface will instantly make a room look high-end and considered. There are just three simple rules to follow…   

Books

Stack your books and stack ‘em high. This is an opportunity to display a mix of your favourite reads and beautiful coffee table titles. Stack according to size and stick to one color palette for a deisgn-led look.   

Quirks

Houseplants and flowers are your friends so be sure to include at least one in your set up. Unique objects add interest and luxe scented candles are always a winner.   

Space

Be sure not to overcrowd your surface and keep your arrangement minimal. Play with high and low points across the table or shelf and have fun mixing it up.   

Want to try styling your coffee table just like a blogger? Browse our picks from the edit below and shop your favourite pieces…   

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Blush pink – also lovingly referred to as ‘millenial pink’ – is still dominating the world of style and interiors. In fact, since Rose Quartz was named Pantone’s Color of the Year back in 2016, the pale pink boom has almost gotten out of control…  


We looked to our panel of interiors experts for a few tips on how to work the trend in your home. After all, pink is a bold tone and you want your space to be looking more Palm Springs chic than Barbie Dream House.  

Accent tones

Mixing pink tones with other neutral colors like white and gray is a great way to give a room depth and lend it a little warmth. Try two different shades of pale pink for your doors or the back of your shelves to offset your primary wall color.   

Statement pink

A statement piece like a pink couch or armchair is a great way to incorporate dusty rose tones. Think big and opt for a large rug or statement drapes. Just be sure to contrast the rest of your furniture for a chic color clash.   

Accessories

You’d be surprised at just how easy it is to infuse a space with a new tone by using simple accessories. Update your artwork, linen, flatware and ornaments like ceramics and candles to include hints of pink in pale dreamy shades. Pink flowers in a vase always works wonders for any room in the house too.   

Want to transform your space? Shop our pink home edit below…    

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Emily Beeson
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There’s nothing worse than having to drag yourself out of your beautiful bed each morning to slide into a sad desk chair. In fact, numerous studies have shown that our surroundings, the objects and the colors we surround ourselves with have the power to affect our moods…  


Whether you work in an office, a co-working space or at home, your space is bound to influence the way you feel about your job. If it’s dull, dreary and uninspiring, it probably won’t have you feeling like a million bucks.   

If, however, your workspace is bright, light and beautiful things will definitely seem more positive. Luckily, it’s easy to turn your desk into a dreamy space on a budget…  

We’ve rounded up our favourite pieces to help you make the most of your working days – think gorgeous scented candles, jazzy notebooks, bright stationery and cute accessories – so you can start looking forward to sitting down at your desk.  

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Emily Beeson
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Ever spend hours scrolling through gorgeous homes on Pinterest wishing you could totally transform your space? You’re not alone. Whether you rent or own your home there’s always room for improvement but nailing that luxe look can be expensive.  


Any interior designer knows that it’s not about the space itself but how you dress it so to save you time, money and to spare you those jealous feelings, we looked to our panel of design experts for five fail-safe home hacks to elevate your space in a matter of minutes…  

Monochrome

Black and white colour schemes are considered classic for a reason. Sleek, simple and enduringly stylish, opting for striking furniture, artworks and accessories in fresh white, grey and black tones is an easy way to make your home look luxe.  

Metallics  

Equally, a few shimmering accents in gold, silver and copper have the power to lift a monochrome colour scheme and lend a room an opulent feel without being too over the top. Keep things pared back and opt for metallic lighting, picture frames or accessories like vases and candles for a luxurious finish.   

Artwork

Never underestimate the power of art. No matter the size or style of your space, a gallery wall can totally transform a room. Group a few framed prints of varying sizes that play on a single palette together and dot a few around the room for an effortlessly polished look.   

Accessories 

If your furniture’s a little on the boring side, you can luxe things up with a few well-placed accessories in no time. Stack beautiful books on your coffee table, fill stylish vases with fresh flowers and scatter plush cushions on your sofa.  

Minimalism

Finally, remember the rule that less is more. It’s easy to assume that filling your space with beautiful things will make it look fancier, but in reality, the sleeker, sparser and tidier a space, the more luxurious it looks. Keep things minimal always.   

Want to elevate your space in minutes? Shop our favourite homeware and accessories from the edit below…   

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Whether you’re lucky enough to live by the sea in a light-filled beach house or not, there’s no denying the coastal boho trend is a big deal this season…   


The beauty of home décor is that, no matter where you live or the size of your space, you can channel just about any atmosphere if you know how. Nailing the bohemian beach house trend is easy, provided you follow a few simple design rules...  

The first is the most important – keep things light, bright and minimalist. You may be tempted to overcrowd your space to achieve that eclectic feel, however, to achieve the perfect sea, sky and sand-inspired look, less is more.   

Keep your color palette neutral and play with accent tones of blue and green. Opting for natural materials is also a must so think richly-grained wood, seagrass, linen and breezy cotton.   

If you’re not ready to remodel your whole space, you can channel the look just as easily by being smart with your accessories. Mix up your scatter cushions or throw pillows and clash fabrics and patterns to nail that hippy-inspired vibe.   

Opt for driftwood accents, candles and cool framed prints of the ocean and complete the look with neutral bed linen and textural rugs.   

Ready to transform your space into the beach house of your dreams? Shop the edit below for our favourite design-led pieces…   

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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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Whatever your style, space or budget, there’s always a way to create a chic gallery wall in your home. Whether you opt for a simple cluster of frames or a statement arrangement, there are a few things to remember when buying artworks and creating a unique composition…


Size is everything

When it comes to adorning your wall with beautiful artwork and posters, try thinking outside the box. The secret to a great gallery wall is variety; so opt for a range of sizes and shapes for your frames and prints.

Practice colour theory

Pick a palette and stick to it. A gallery wall is vastly improved by playing with a few strong colours. If your artworks are all different, try matching black and gold frames in different sizes, or invest in posters with a common colour theme.

Mix it up

Different types of frame, twinning prints, triptychs, cool borders and hanging accessories – this wall is your oyster so have fun with it. Play with texture, perhaps add a hanging plate or two and keep things eclectic.

Lighting

The right lighting is an essential component of a great gallery wall, so opt for some cool hanging lamps, industrial-style exposed bulbs or simple candles to brighten and lift your space and showcase those prints in all their glory, day or night.

Browse the gallery above for more inspiration and shop our favourite pieces for the perfect picture wall below… 

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It’s amazing what you can do with a simple photo. A little editing, a forgiving  filter and you can create the perfect shot. Apart from the odd OOTD, flatlay, food snaps and gorgeous travel shots, the focus on Instagram has shifted massively towards home decor and interiors this year with the shelfie replacing the selfie.  Here are a few ways to create the perfect shelfie... 


Speak your style One of the most obvious ways is to look at your shelf as a curated IRL feed of your favorite items. Books, memorabilia, plants and artworks are a great place  to start. 

Mix and match 

Be playful with your shelves by arranging a random array of bits and pieces you have collected over the years and arrange them by similarities in color or by general aesthetic. Then opt for cool clashes to make your shelf stand out. 

Symmetry and asymmetry 

It's all about striking the perfect balance by opting for at least a few items with clean lines and opting for a visually striking display by playing with symmetry and asymmetry. 

Color code 

Find a main tonal theme to follow; dark, moody, warm or colorful? Take your pick. 

Go green 

Adding a few plants here and there can really set the mood for a great shelfie. Add a few white posters and candles for effect. 

Ready to create the perfect shelfie? Find all of your essentials in our edit below... 

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