It's hard to believe, but Autumn 2018 is already upon us. Let’s consider the latest autumn design trends to suit the cooler months, taking cues from the latest moodboards and fashion catwalks.
The home is a sanctuary - it’s a place where you can relax and wind down after a long day. But it’s important to remember that when it comes to the design of a home, or even a public space, one size doesn’t fit all. What many people fail to understand is that successful interior design is not just about making a property beautiful and stunning to behold; when done correctly it has the opportunity to enhance people’s lives.
Here we look at why interior design is important, and why you should consider having your home professionally designed.
From art deco glamour to the radical 80s, the twentieth century was a hotbed for interior design.
During the nineteenth century, the Industrial Revolution overhauled the way we lived, shopped, and decorated our homes. This lifestyle revolution laid the foundations for people to stretch their creative legs inside their own dwelling spaces. Form and function began to blend, as interior decoration became simultaneously more accessible and more Haute Couture.
The late Azzedine Alaïa was known for his uniquely elegant perspective on design, which has now been translated into Maison Alaïa's first London store.
Renovating or refurbishing a space is an exciting time, but it's also a stressful one. No matter if it's a room in your home, a commercial office space, or an entire building in the hospitality sector, getting luxury design just right is no easy task.
For many, the solution is using a luxury interior design service. Let's take a look at some of the key benefits of using an interior designer so that you can understand how it could add value to your property and project.
The look, feel and ambience of a space can have a huge impact on our overall sense of wellness. The way a space is designed can not only influence our mood but also affect the activities we perform there to keep ourselves healthy. Here are just a few of the wellness interior design trends we've been seeing recently.