Eight Steps to Style Your Kitchen

          The kitchen is always described as the heart of a home and it is so easy to see why.  When asking people on their first thoughts on a kitchen immediately the one thing that comes… Continue Reading


Christmas is one of the most magical times of the year and one of the most anticipated days.  Everyone celebrates it in a different way but the meaning of Christmas is still the same.  The true meaning of Christmas can… Continue Reading

Light Bulb

Natural and Man Made Lighting

Whether it be a chandelier, bedside lamp, lanterns, fairy lights, these are all part of our daily routines especially with the nights drawing in our lights are an essential part of our homes. Dating back to the early 19th century… Continue Reading

colour palette

A Colour Chronicle

Pick the perfect paint colour palettes the first time around. If you are thinking of going daring, what is stopping you? Times have changed. We no longer need to paint our walls shades of cream or magnolia. No matter the… Continue Reading

console table

Console Table vs Radiator Cabinet

One of most hardest-working pieces in the furniture catalogue; the console table, can do just about anything. Their variety of sizes and range of functions means they’re highly versatile players. Use them for storage or as staging areas for antiques. As buffet tables… Continue Reading

Bonfire Night

Remember remember the fifth of November, Gunpowder treason and plot. We see no reason why gunpowder treason should ever be forgot. Bonfire Night is so rich in history and this traditional tale is fun for all the family! We recognise… Continue Reading

Halloween decorating

Home Halloween Decorations

Adults! Get involved with the enchantment. You can enjoy just as much as children relish the festivities that is Halloween. The annual holiday celebrated on 31 October every year. Originating from the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain, were people lit bonfires… Continue Reading

Hygge At Home

  Hygge [Hue-guh] is the Danish art of cosiness. In English it can be closely translated to hug or cosy. However, Hygge was never meant to be translated, it was meant to be felt. It’s the Danish way to describe… Continue Reading