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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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Emily Beeson
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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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Emily Beeson
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Sure dark velvets in luxe, thick textures are the staple of winter months – we see them everywhere, from the runway to our favourite influencer’s homes – but what about styling velvet in summer? Trust us when we say there’s a place for velvet in every home during the sunnier months, but there are a few rules to follow if you want to get it right… 


Go brighter

Opting for blush pinks, muted mustards and pale blues is the way to go. If you can’t quite commit to full drapes or a velvet sofa, mix things up by adding velvet cushions, throws and tonal accents to your existing décor.

Get textural

Full-on velvet can be a bit much for anyone to handle so mix things up for the new season by juxtaposing your velvet pieces with lighter fabrics, like linen and cotton in light tones. Create a tactile feast for the senses with velvet cushions, woven rugs and lightweight throws.

Statement flair

Velvet is by no means the subtlest of materials so incorporating a statement piece for the rest of your interior to play off is always a good idea. Investing in a plush sofa, velvet armchair, pouf or footstool or a statement headboard is a great way to lend your space a little pizazz and get your velvet hit in one fell swoop. 

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Lina Psaila
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Last year we saw an array of jungle and tropical-inspired prints, flamingo hues and metallics in the most photographed homes in the globe. This year, however, designers are opting for a little less frivolity and choosing warm, cosy colours with the power to make a home a true haven. 


Try our pick of the big interiors trends for 2018… 

Rich tones and hues 

Even though grey is still among the designer favourites, colours are richer this year, whether on furniture, walls or bedding. Moody colours – such as violet, navy and emerald green – are taking centre stage. For richness,  opt for velvet accents to show off the hues. 

Dark wood 

Furniture is turning to the dark side this year, stepping away from the pale Scandi-inspired woods of seasons past. The darker shades infuse a space with a sense of vintage glam and work beautifully against metallics. Add a fusion of walnut, gold, brass or marble for the perfect amalgamation of natural materials. 

Wanderlust 

Exotic cities influence interior trends when it comes to carpets and accessories. This season, go for earthy shades of clay, terracotta and ochre and mix your textures. Add a few plants and channel a tropical cabana in your living room. 

Artisanal touches 

Just like fashion, interiors are all about natural textures this season. The handmade feel is gaining ground with materials such as rattan and linen stealing the limelight. Try adding natural and handcrafted pieces to your home for a luxe touch. Are you ready to infuse your tired digs with new life? 

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Emily Beeson
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From modern Miami apartments to London’s art deco dens, metallics are back on our interiors radar for SS18. We love the precious metals trend and to be honest, we’re pleased it’s here to stay. 


Filling your home with accessories that sparkle and shine can be tricky – you don’t want to go overboard and end up with Santa’s Grotto, nor do you want to go too low key and risk your luxe touches being overlooked. 

We’ve put together a list of useful tips on how to work the metallic trend in your home – whatever your room size, taste or budget… 

Mix your metals 

More is more with precious metals so don’t be afraid to mix warm tones like coppers and yellow golds together. Similarly, cool colours like silver and white gold work wonders when paired in the same room. 

A trick of the light

Elevate your shimmering additions by placing them near bright windows and cosy lamp-lit corners. This way, your metallic pieces will help to lend the room a wonderful sense of depth and texture. Copper-framed mirrors are great for this.

Perspective is everything

If you can’t quite commit to a copper coffee table, try grouping rose-gold accessories together to create the illusion of a larger presence in the room. If, on the other hand, you’re ready to go big, let your metallic furniture speak for itself and avoid crowding it with other metallic pieces. 

Be yourself

You can find just about anything in gold, silver and copper tones so pick out pieces that reflect your personality and use our styling tips to lend your room a luxe touch.

Want to try the precious metals trend for yourself? Explore our edit below… 

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Morgan Blanks
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There’s nothing more inspiring than looking at other people’s interior design and decor to help with your own. The fireplace is a particular feature that succeeds in making the room feel homely and warm, but what’s more is that the vintage floral colours of the rug and sofa work perfectly with the simple white scheme of the walls. Would you design a room like this? #interiordesign #decor Credit: Vogue Paris

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It is London’s number one hotspot for 1970s nightlife! Get yourself down to 46 Berkeley Square in Mayfair to see some of the stunningly beautiful interior design full of florals and pink marble decor. #mayfair #interiordesign #1970s #nightlife Credit: Vogue Paris

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So beautiful!
Shopcade
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With only a few days before Easter, we thought we'd treat you to YOOX’s Last Chance Sale. Expect to find your designer favourites - including sandals, blouses, and floral dresses in flattering silhouettes – now up to 90% off! 


YOOX is known for offering an infinite selection of products, from one-off collaborations and exclusive capsule collections, to eco-friendly fashion, and a unique mix of interior design items. 

Shop looks from DSquared2, Dolce & Gabbana, Maison Margiela and more, that will take you from day to night. 
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#000000">For an athleisure look, team those uber cool sustainable leggings by Stella McCartney with a FENTY PUMA by Rihanna cropped sweatshirtFinish the outfit with a pair of old-school white VANS and a Marni backpack to look chic both on the yoga mat and on your coffee run. 

For an evening outfit opt for a black long PACO RABANNE dress, paired with black Gianvito Rossi soft leather sandals and an uber sleek white Calvin Klein watch. Make the outfit more interesting by juxtaposing the demure shades with a blush multicolour clutch by the pattern Queen herself Mary Katrantzou.
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Lea Petermeijer
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Indoor Plants are the new home trend everybody is crazy about, but many people don’t know that they have a ton of benefits aside from looking great. So, if you needed a few extra reasons to decorate your home with plants, read-on and you’ll find out why it’s definitely a good idea.

Plants help with breathing

Plants absorb carbone dioxide and release oxygen, the opposite of what humans do when breathing, making them great partners. But it’s important to remember that this process reverses at night, when plants absorbe oxygen and release carbon dioxide. So, unless you go for orchids, succulents or epiphytic bromeliads which never release any carbon dioxide, keep them in your living room and away from your bedroom.

They Purify the Air

Plants remove toxins from the air. In fact, according to NASA research, they can get rid of up to 87% of volatile organic compounds every day. 

They Release Moisture

Plants naturally release moisture which increases the humidity of the air around them. This has been shown to decrease dry skin among other things, meaning you can finally cut down on moisturiser.

They Improve Health

Many studies have shown that plants help sick patients heal faster, but also decrease fatigue, colds, headaches, coughs, sore throats and flu-like symptoms. So now you finally know why bringing plants to ill people is such a thing.

They Sharpen Focus

Studies have shown that having plants indoors makes you more attentive and increases memory retention by up to 20 percent. So if you’re looking to increase your productivity, all you need to do is buy yourself a plant.

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Morgan Blanks
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This interior design screams chill out, curl up and read a book. It’s got cushions for comfort and soft hues to make you feel really homely; not to mention the most perfect window seat! #interior design #cushions #inspiration Credit: writersedit Instagram

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Chloe Laws
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Your personality is written all over your walls. Are you career driven? Creative? Well-travelled? Analytical? Well, your interior choices echo this, and we're going to tell you how, plus show you the pieces that are perfect for your personality and home!


A survey has revealed that people with purple decor have nearly double the intimacy of people with grey, red and pinks also help, whilst beige and white may limit you. 

Scroll below to find out what your home says about you...

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Hattie Cotmore
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I love scouring the internet for interior inspo - probably inspo I'll. ever be able to act on in my rented house but fun all the same. This look is just stunning. Pastels have been such an integral part of all fashion and interior trends over the last year and it's so great to see it lasting. The contrast of pastel and bold pinks is effortless. The copper detailing is just the right amount of embellishment for these cute colours. Image: The Sunday Times online

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