The unique look of Scandinavian interior design has swept the world in recent decades, with many looking to create elegant and understated spaces with maximum functionality.
The living room is the social part of a home, where everyone gathers and is used for informal gatherings, entertainment purposes or casual lounging.
Wood effect tiles are having a moment, and it isn’t hard to see why.
No window? No issue! From accessory inspiration to unique colour schemes, there are so many clever design features that can open up your bathroom and add that all important bright ambience.
When designing our home, we tend to want the ultimate goal of a beautiful appearance that will wow our guests and will give us great decor for us to enjoy while living in the property.
Parents no longer need to feel pressured to stick to using a stereotypical pink or blue bedroom colour scheme; gender neutral bedroom designs are growing in popularity and it’s for good reason!
Even in places of low population density like North Wales, our homes are getting increasingly smaller.
If you’re thinking about renting or selling your property, the way to get the best return from your investment is to renovate and fixing what needs to be fixed.
Window treatments are a pivotal part of interior design and creating a home that’s inviting, functional and aesthetically pleasing.