Now that we have entered a brand new year it is time to review which trends we are leaving in 2019 and what styles we will be adopting in 2020. Since the festive season has now quietened and life is slowly but surely getting back into a routine it is the perfect time to assess the New Year in the world of home decor. What has been officially chosen as the colour of 2020? What simple decor changes shall we be making around the house?
As the weather gets colder and the days get darker winter is starting to feel like its creeping closer and closer. However, before that time we have *personally* the best season of all to enjoy; Autumn! Halloween, Bonfire Night, cosy nights in, what’s not to love? After the annual disappointment of having to double guess the English summer weather, autumn gives us the perfect opportunity to dress up warm and excuses us to wear our comfiest outfits outside of the comfort of our homes. Best of all, autumn gives we home lovers the excuse to redesign our living rooms, bedrooms and kitchens to match the themes of the season. Say hello to warmer colour tones, decorative fireplaces and homage’s to nature.
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Following the release of the highly anticipated Downton Abbey movie and conclusion of the action packed fifth series of Peaky Blinders, the 1920s have dominated both the big and small screens. Having an insight into the famous Yorkshire estate of Downton Abbey and a glimpse of the decor trends of 1920s Birmingham has inspired a new appreciation for Art Deco interior design and is encouraging viewers at home to replicate vintage styles in their own homes. Come and have a look at some of our 20s themed designs!
It’s time to once again celebrate our fantastic customers! We always love to see how you lot have used our wallpaper to create beautiful and striking decors. In this post today we will look at some of our customer images and explore how you can create a similar look in your own home. Want your photos to feature on our social media pages or blog posts? Then simply inbox us on Facebook or Instagram or email them to firstname.lastname@example.org!
From Andy’s bedroom to The Shining’s symmetrical hallways and The Grand Budapest Hotel lobby, cinema has produced some of the most recognisable interior design ever.
But there’s more than meets the eye as each colour is carefully selected to add to the film’s mood or story.
We’ve looked at 6 different film genres to compare their colour palettes and see what colours add to the romance, horror, comedy and more of these famous films.
Family films put a focus on primary colours making us feel nostalgic and at ease. The interiors are fun to look at so it’s no wonder we watch these films time and time again.
Keeping Up With Changing Trends
We like to keep you lot up to date with the latest trends and fashions in the wallpapering world which is why, this week, we have decided to explore the growing popularity of the yellow and grey colour scheme. In this post today, we are going to explore some of our collection including a few of our brand-new arrivals.
Marino Oslo Geometric Wallpaper Mustard and Grey
The first wallpaper that we are going to look at today is one of our new designs which incorporates not only the trending yellow / grey colour scheme but also a striking contemporary