Most of us spend more time in our bedroom than in any other room of the home, so it makes sense that it’s often the room where we feel the most comfortable expressing ourselves. Whether your style is clean and minimal, luxurious and decadent or downright messy and disorganised, what does your choice of bedroom decor really say about you? Read what The Bed Station have to say about bedroom designs… Colourful Lots of bright colours can be stimulating – not always what you want when you’re trying to drift off to sleep. Bright colours in the bedroom can lift an otherwise dull space, but too much of a good thing might not be the way to create a calming oasis. If your bedroom is full of clashing prints, textiles and decor, and you still find you sleep soundly, you&...
If you often find yourself wishing that your home looked more like an image from Elle Décor, then you may be surprised to find out that it’s not as hard as it looks. Here we give 5 simple tips to transform your home into a high-end looking space, without having to break the bank. 1. Never define a room to one style Browse through interior design magazines for inspiration and create a mood board based on your favourite things. A mood board will give you an idea of what works together and what won’t. Designed interiors aren’t just full of single-brand high-street buys. When buying pieces consider second hand shops, car boot sales and vintage boutiques to find unique one-off designs. Mix up shop-bought, trend-led pieces with your finds for a one-of-a-kind look that will leave guests en...
If your home decorating has favoured a neutral palette, or if you are renting and want to avoid repainting, then why not use statement pieces to brighten up your home.
Fantasy interior design is a growing trend with homeowners copying the sometimes wacky and outrageous interior designs of the Las Vegas hotels. Here we give you an insight into that trend.
Looking to create that minimalist interior design look? Here's a few handy ideas on how to achieve it to great effect.
Here I present 10 images of what I feel are unusual designs… unusual because it’s likely there are not that many people who A) would have the vision to create such an interior and or; B) be brave enough to move outside of the ‘commercially accepted’ interior design comfort zone.
It is almost common practice to cover up brickwork and this is often achieved by applying a coat of plaster or fitting plasterboard. Take a look at the examples in the video below and you’ll quickly realize that plastering brickwork simply covers up a truly beautiful element that can make any home look warm and inviting.