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Wish you could shop luxury fashion without the hefty price tag? Well, we’re going to let you in on a little secret… 


This week, we’ve teamed up with YOOX to give you access to a very special event. For those unfamiliar with this retail destination, the YOOX sale is no ordinary sale. With thousands of pieces by the world’s top designers marked down to insanely affordable prices, if you’re going to shop for luxury fashion, now’s the time to do it. 

In case you didn’t know, YOOX is the world’s leading online lifestyle store for fashion, design and art. You’ll find clothing and accessories from leading designers, cool indie brands, exclusive capsule collections, sustainable style, art, interiors and design. 

With items now up to 60% off, it’s the ultimate place to shop for your new-season wardrobe, homewares, accessories, that designer bag you’ve always wanted and more. 

YOOX stocks thousands of luxury products so we’ve created an edit of our favourites to help you get started. Browse our must-haves below and get your shop on before the sale ends…

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The Danish word hygge (pronounced ‘hue-guh’, FYI) is used to describe a feeling of coziness – so, what better time than the start of fall to bring the concept into your home?


The most important thing is making your apartment feel comfortable, so start by adding plenty of blankets and cushions to your living space. Look for super soft cashmere and wool pieces to snuggle up with when it’s cold outside.   

No cozy night in is complete without a scented candle – it will create the perfect atmosphere and fill the room with your favorite fall scents. Try warm, woody and leathery fragrances like Byredo’s ‘Tree House’ and Diptyque’s ‘Ambre’.   

Having friends over for dinner? Make the dining area feel more snug with fuzzy blankets and sheepskin rugs draped over the chairs, and serve hot drinks in mismatched handcrafted cups.   

Don’t neglect your balcony once the temperature drops – create an intimate outdoor space with hanging firefly lights, oversized scatter cushions and bean bags, and wrap up warm with chunky cable-knit throws and faux-fur slippers.   

Want to try the Scandi look this season? Transition into fall with our hygge home picks in the edit below…   

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Maximalism is set to be big this autumn and whether you’re revamping your wardrobe, your accessories line-up or your home, the eclectic trend is here to stay.  


Now when it comes to interior design nailing the maximalist trend can be tricky and there are a few rules to follow if you want to get it right. Basically, it all comes down to clashing prints…  

Power of three

When you’re clashing prints to create an eclectic, maximalist feel in your space, be sure to pick out no more than three strong prints. Whether you use these sparingly or cover an entire wall, be sure to limit your choice to two or three designs to keep things looking chic and considered rather than messy and out of control.   

Colour code

Picking out prints from the same colour family – like neutrals, pinks or monochrome – can really help to bring a space to life and character while still sticking to your chosen theme. Try an autumnal palette for the new season or channel 2018’s punk-inspired vibes with clashing animal prints.   

Accent and accessorise   

Rather than adorning every surface in your home with print, carefully select smaller statement print pieces to make the most of them. Opting for accent pieces and cool accessories will mean you can not only mix and match but this also gives you the option to tone your maximalist interior up or down depending on your mood.   

Want to get the look for yourself? Shop our edit of must-have pieces below to get started…   

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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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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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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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If you dream of remodelling your bathroom but don’t have much space to work with, fear not. A lack of room shouldn’t mess with your interiors goals and we have it on good authority that revamping a small bathroom is easier than you might think…   


We looked to our panel of interiors experts for a handful of space saving tips and tricks to make a cramped bathroom look more luxe.   

Firstly, do away with your small mirror and invest in a larger one. Mirrors are great for creating the illusion of a bigger brighter space with more depth. Consider leaning a full-length piece against a wall or opting for a large round style.   

Houseplants in a bathroom are perfect for encouraging airflow. Alternatively, you can choose to dot a few faux varieties around your space to create a sense of airiness and light.  

Clever storage, floating shelves and pieces like slim stools and bath boards will help to stash all your essentials. Consider stacking pieces, furniture that doubles up as storage, like ottomans, stools and sideboards and have fun with the feng shui in the room.    

Make your essentials look like part of the décor – invest in cool boxes and vanity cases and make your toothbrush holder, towel storage and even your drinking glasses look chic with luxe yet affordable options.   

Finally, avoid clutter and instead pick out just a few strong accessories. A minimalist candle or vase on its own will brighten a space, add interest and keep things contained.  

Want to try restyling your bathroom with these handy space-saving tips? Shop all the essentials from the exclusive edit below…   

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There are some trends that never go out of style. They stand the test of time, reappearing in different iterations but always infusing a space with the same distinctive character. The geometric trend is a great example of this.   


From Moroccan tiles to cool Art Deco accessories and modern prints, geometry is everywhere in standout interior design and the trend is currently bigger and better than ever, drawing on gemstones and minimalist repeat patterns for inspiration.   

There’s something about clean lines and precise shapes that can really lend a room a touch of luxe so we’ve created the perfect edit of geometrically inspired pieces to help you nail the trend.   

Shop the edit below and try the look in your space…   

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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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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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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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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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