Case Study 4; Garden Office

Case Study 4; Garden Office

Introduction The goal of this project was to create a functional and aesthetically pleasing garden office space within an existing building for the Principal of an Interior Design School. The Brief stated that whilst much…

N is for Neotenic Design

N is for Neotenic Design

Happy New Year! ‘N’ is for Neotenic Design is the latest instalment in my A-Z of Interior Trends, and, what better time for a new interiors’ trend than now? I’ve just been reading January 2024’s…

London Design Week 2023

London Design Week 2023

All Aboard… As London Design Week 2023 draws to a close I thought it would be fun to give you a whistle stop tour of my brief excursion to the Design Centre Chelsea Harbour and…

Bossing Your Brown Leather Furniture

Bossing Your Brown Leather Furniture

We’re all guilty of it, me included. We just can’t justify replacing our leather sofas when, despite their age, they still look brand new. If this is you then join me in bossing your brown leather furniture.

‘M’ is for Multispecies Design

‘M’ is for Multispecies Design

I cannot claim to be an expert in Multispecies Design but when I read about the topic on WGSN’s global trends website it piqued my interest. Multispecies Design (MD) is the practice of designing systems…

L is for Library

L is for Library

L is for Library is the latest instalment in my A-Z Of Interior Trends. A recent visit to Syon House inspired me to write this blog. This beautifully maintained Georgian property houses a stunning library…

K is for Kitsch

K is for Kitsch

In this latest instalment of my A to Z of Interior Trends, K is for Kitsch. The dictionary definition of kitsch is: Adjective considered to be in poor taste but appreciated in an ironic or…

Barbiecore Trend

Barbiecore Trend

They say that Barbiecore is going to be the next big interior trend. It has been seen on the red carpet and now it’s making its way into the interiors market and it’s hot, hot…

Spare Room Transformation

Spare Room Transformation

The Covid-19 pandemic forced a change to the way the world worked. Due to isolation protocols many employees found themselves working from their spare bedroom, or worse still, the kitchen table. In some instances it was both, as couples and families, living under the same roof, competed for space to carry on the day job.