Happy New Year Peeps! Before we start looking forward and making plans for the next twelve months, I’m just going to take a moment to revisit some of the most popular posts in 2017. They often give an indication of what will continue to be trending in the months ahead. After all, most of us spend a lot of time in the preparation stages of home decorating and it never happens as fast as we’d like. What we were mulling over last year, we’ll probably put into action in 2018.
There’s no doubt about it a bathroom refurbishment is one of the most costly and time consuming projects of all after the kitchen. I’d even argue that it will cost more than a new kitchen! And it seems that you lovely lot were interested in what the enduring trends for 2018 were going to be….read more.
I’m not sure what captured the imagination more. The term ‘boho-chic’ or the idea of a romantic weekend away in the depths of Cornwall. Whatever it was, I’d lay my money on ‘boho-chic’ being a look that is much copied for a long time to come….read more.
Another look that inspires many – dark, dramatic, and quirky interiors. This book continues to be my favourite ‘flick-through’ for an hour or two of complete and utter escapism. Don’t have it yet?….read more.
And so our fascination with beautiful wall coverings continues. Flowers are on the rise in popularity. The bigger, bolder and more blowsy the better….read more.
Despite the fact that the new Pantone Colour of the Year for 2018 is a bit of a marmite colour – you either love it or hate it – this post proved very popular. It seems that there is an interest, or should I say fascination with using Ultra Violet in the home….read more.
No surprise here. Easy home updates are always an enticing read. I’m obsessed with how other bloggers and designers manage to keep their own homes fresh and interesting too. If it’s effective as well, I’m all ears….read more.
Okay, I was a little cheeky with the title of this post, but a well made up bed is appealing to everyone. It fulfills our desire for cosy comfort and yes, a little bit of Danish ‘hygge’….read more.
Who doesn’t love a good ‘house tour’. A sneaky look around someone else’s private abode is akin to peering through the neighbours windows at dusk. It’s a little bit nosy, a little bit exciting, and feels ever so slightly voyeuristic….read more.
I’m guessing it was the idea of finally knowing where those effortlessly stylish Scandinavians shop that appealed here. Now we know where, we can do it too. Maybe….read more.
And so we come full circle. Christmas decorations and styling the home for the festive season never fails to ignite some interest. It hasn’t escaped my attention either that two of these posts feature images from H & M Home. It’s them damned stylish Scandinavians again!