New Year’s Eve Party Interior Decoration Tips


If you’re hosting a New Year’s dinner party you should know that your dining room is going to be under the spotlight this holiday season. Give your dining room decor an easy update and create the perfect setting for a good old fashioned New Year’s Eve styling tips.

Embrace country charm and forage for foliage to decorate your dining table. Delicately scatter them around the middle of your table to create an enchanting, festive woodland frame for your centrepiece. You can also use a selection of herbs in different size pots to create an interesting focal point on your table that has a natural, organic feel.
Combine textures and materials throughout your dining room such as whitewashed walls which will provide a clean and crisp backdrop for industrial-look steel and oak. Contrast a palette of icy grey and white and incorporate cosy faux fur and warmth from candlelight.

Display a collection of fresh foliage wreaths or opt for faux versions above your mantelpiece. I would be wise to invest in an extended dining table if you’re expecting lots party guests but don’t have space for large furniture all year round.

Incorporate elements of the rustic Scandinavian style and dress your table with green, white and grey palette. This classic yet contemporary colour combination is a top trend!

Enjoy your party with friends and family!

I wish you all the happiness in the world for the New Year 2019!

Luxurious Christmas colour scheme for your home


At only just weeks left and Santa’s reindeers fast approaching, it is time to consider how to decorate your home this Christmas. Why not trying a new look incorporating gold and surprise your family with a fresh new approach to these festivities?

From soft, aged tones to brassy and rich bronze shades, gold adds warmth and elegance. It is a no-brainer at Christmas, but gold can be used as an accent colour all year round to lift and finish a simple room scheme. Gold is required in the cold months of winter. It signifies the gift of the eternal life and the giving nature. The colour gold is the colour of success, achievement and triumph. Associated with abundance and prosperity, luxury and quality, prestige and sophistication, value and elegance, the psychology of this colour implies affluence, material wealth and extravagance.

Do not be afraid and go for gold! Embrace this colour this Christmas and have a luxurious quality time with your love ones!

Happy Christmas to all of you!

Interior Design tips for Halloween

Is it possible to celebrate Halloween without turning your home into a haunted house? You can celebrate now this season with fresh new and stylish ideas that will make the delight of your guests.

Halloween is one of the most fun holidays to decorate for! There are all sorts of new ideas to turn your home into a black and orange wonderland, at least for the month of October. You can now use pumpkins as a truly unique feature in your leaving room: combine them with sprayed white or gold painted versions. They will add the perfect amount of glam to your home.

Although pumpkins are a tried and true autumn staple, today’s design aficionados are making their pumpkins truly unique. Spray painting orange pumpkins to match your interior design scheme is a major trend this year. Whether you love neutrals or rainbow hues, matching your pumpkins to your overall decorating style is a fun twist on classic fall decor. Gold painted pumpkins are another fun option. These add the perfect amount of glam to Halloween vignettes throughout your home.

Gothic accent pieces cannot go wrong with a few of them placed strategically around your house. One great option is to buy stick-on wallpaper in bats shape patterns. They can be taken down after the Halloween holiday, but will totally change the look of a space during October. You can add more drama by using grey, white, black and orange as your colour palette for your cushions and accessories.

Hopefully, these ideas have gotten your creative juices flowing and you are well on your way to creating a spookily decorated home that will be the talk of the town!

Interior design trend for Autumn 2018: Luxe revival

Autumn is coming which brings with it a brand new set of trends for the coming Winter months. Luxe has been a buzz word for the interior industry for quite some time.
In the interiors world, ‘luxe’ has become a buzz word in recent years – we can’t get enough of it. In interiors it is defined by fabrics, furniture and accessories pieces that ooze a touch of decadence, exuding sophistication, elegance and style. The luxe revival trend is very versatile as it can be worked in to so many different style decors and really complements trending finishes such as gold, brass and marble.
For this trend will be seeing statement minimalist lightning and furniture with decorative Art Deco rounded shapes. Luxury materials such as brass, marble and velvet all mix beautifully together to create great decorative details.
The key colours for this autumn will be dusty rose, ochre and burnished gold, and the materials to apply to this scheme should be velvet, marble, brass and detailed or smoked glass.

Back to school: Interior Design ideas for kids rooms

When we are facing the return to school, we turn into our kids space with a fresh new approach. New elements become essential for this new season. Time to replace old furniture:  A good desk is a must! This will be the centre point of a teen’s life! From homework and study to using as a dressing table, find a desk with drawer storage for books and supplies but also for hair care, a mirror and beauty essentials. Choosing a white desk option will suit any bedroom scheme, is low cost and easy to maintain.

As for wall features: Why not a diamond removable wallpaper? This pattern adds a bit of whimsy but looks adult enough to redecorate the room for a growing girl.

Personal space is so important as a teen, so add her own style by accessorising a funky chair design, underbed storage, geometric patterned cushions and some colourful wall accessories and prints and… That’s your new cool combination for a new teen room design!

Interior Design Trend for summer 2018: Cocooning



Have you heard of cocooning? This is a tendency originated from the 90’s consisting on relaxing at home and staying away from socialising. This trend, also known as nesting, is now developing into a new style of decoration aimed creating spaces for relaxation purposes.

Cocooning is used to create an enjoyable feeling of isolation, something that is very simple to achieve if we stay away from the busy cities and move into natural spaces, like rivers, lakes, mountains or beaches. We do not need large rooms; we just aim at promoting comfort and well being. We try to create relaxing spaces, mimicking the environment or bringing the peace from the outside into our living rooms.

We are proposing to take a close look at sostainable materials that do not conflict with the atmosphere that surrounds these buildings. A cottage, a rustic house, a stone wall or a fireplace are elements that allows us to stay away physically and emotionally from the frentic rythm of the busy cities.

This type of almost reclusive retirement is not something that we can enjoy every day, unless you have a home in the country. However, the cocooning style can also be applicable to you home in the city. You could also transform your space as a warm, comfortable and cosy environment that could be enjoyed with your family and guests, a place that you would not want to leave.

Light is a very important aspect to consider to achieve a warm atmosfere in your home, but special accessories, vegetation, souvenirs, unique crafts produced in remote places and DIY creations can also help to promote this natural and comfortable space.

Enjoy cocooning this hot summer season and experience your home like an oasis in the middle of the caotic city buzz! Don’t forget to invite me!

Interior Trends for bedrooms – Summer 2018

Find tranquility on summer nights in a sandy sanctuary. The Golden Oasis trend fills the home with a warm glow but keeps cool and calm with neutral desert shades. Add some bohemian accents to really make this trend more authentic.

Macrame, fringing and tassels are huge features for this trend, you’ll see them on cushions, wall hangings, throws, rugs and accessories. This trend will add a wonderful handmade quality to each room of your house and create a beautiful tactile feel.

House plants are key to nailing this trend in your home. With increasing news of health benefits, the humble houseplant is fast becoming the must-have buy for our homes. And it seems the more the merrier, so pop down to your local garden centre and invest in some stunning plants.

Interior design tips for Summer 2018

Furniture is set to head to the dark side this year. We are stepping away from pale, bleached woods that were hugely popular. 2018 is the year where darker wood tones signify a rebirth for retro glamour and provide a new take on modern luxury.While this dark trend has been bubbling on the back burner for some time, this year it’s ready to take over completely.

Metallic handles are the perfect finishing touches to add an extra glam feel. And a fusion of walnut, chrome, black and marble will give you a more sophisticated feel to your high-street pieces.

How about going full on orange or just a small splash of squash for this summer? Orange does not have to be the main colour in a room to have impact. A family room, with conventional gray, cream and browns in furniture and flooring, will come alive with the addition of an orange cushions or occasional chairs reflecting the hue with the artwork.

Colour trend for decorating your home in spring

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Seasons are a fantastic opportunity for revamping and enhancing your home. As winter is turning a corner, introducing new pieces and experimenting with fresh colours and lines is the thing to do in spring. Find here some spring decorating ideas that will make your space pop, blossom and bloom:

Earth tones, green velvets and metalic textures…

This time of the year, try some ray and earthy shades, like clay, terracota and ochre, as they evoque our emerging garderns and new blooming trees. Deep green is also a beautiful tone replacing tree white, beige and stone. The colour does not need to be restricted to a country look and feel but does warm up spaces and provides an organic freshness to any scheme. Lush energising greens in interiors will be a major feature whether it is a bold palm print wallpaper, or a silk cushion. Combine this colour scheme with glamorous metalic side tables and you will achieve the perfect match in your living space!

Do you want a surprise for Mother’s Day?

Mother’s Day is fast approaching and we all know our Mums deserve to be spoiled and celebrated on their special day. Even with that in mind, the question always comes up: what can I do for my Mom on Mother’s Day? To tell her how much you appreciate her, why don’t you give her the ultimate gift? Make it with a day of pampering and relaxation at home with the all required breakfast in bed!

Look at these design ideas for her bedroom! Consider the Hamptons style: It’s about comfort, functionality, furniture and décor items that you can imagine enjoying in your everyday life. Thanks to the soft, soothing colour palettes, breathable natural materials and casual design details, this bedroom style lends itself to an effortless ease and a relaxed feeling that’s ideal for a lazy day like this. You want Mum to begin this day in a bedroom where she can instantly unwind and that’s what Hamptons style décor and furnishings accomplish.