J is for Japandi

J is for Japandi

ogether to create a style that embraces simplicity, comfort and natural materials. It is Scandinavia’s Hygge (pronounced “hoo-guh”) meets Japan’s Wabi-Sabi.

I is for Industrial

I is for Industrial

In this latest instalment of my A to Z of Interior Trends, ‘I’ is for Industrial. Industrial materials Raw materials such as metal, brickwork and concrete, are at the heart of this interior style. Borne…

H is for Herringbone

H is for Herringbone

In this latest instalment of my A to Z of Interior Styles; H is for Herringbone. The dictionary definition of Herringbone is “a pattern consisting of columns of short parallel lines, with all the lines in one column sloping one way and all the lines in…

G Is For Glass

G Is For Glass

I’ve spent this past week researching interior trends for 2022 and it appears that glazed and transparent surfaces are going to be all the rage in the forthcoming year. So for this latest instalment of…

F Is For Fragrance

F Is For Fragrance

In my A-Z of Interior Trends, F is for Fragrance. In recent years fragrance has become an integral part of the interior design process. The addition of a scent to an interior space adds an…

Winging It

Winging It

The wing back chair was first introduced to England in the 1600’s. The addition of the wings was to enclose the top half of the body to protect it from drafts. This enclosed area also…