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Shabby chic style is an immensely popular interior trend, so if you're in the market for a fab and fashionable housewarming gift here are a few inspirational ideas.
One of our most popular selling items are our gorgeous vintage glass milk bottles. There are many fab practical uses for them around the home and here are just a few.
Giving your home a retro vibe doesn't have to be complicated or expensive. Below are five fab accessories to retro every room in your house.
La Petite Rose LED lights
Small touches can make a big impression to the tables at your wedding, so here are just a few creative wedding table decoration ideas to inspire.
Whether you have a new arrival on the way or you just want to revamp a kid's bedroom, there are loads of great ways to make your child's bedroom stylish and practical. Check out our guide to making your kid's room the coolest around!
Living in a rented property doesn’t mean your house should be any less of a home. What you can decorate might be limited, but there are still plenty of clever ways to design the space you want. Take a look at these tips and spread your creative wings, without having to worry... Read more
Is your home in need of a little TLC? Then it's time to break out the paintbrushes and wallpaper paste, and bring your home bang up to date with some of the top interiors trends of 2014.
Do you dream of Victorian townhouses and cottages in the country, but live in a modern two-up two-down? Many new houses lack the charm of older homes, but with these handy tips you can add character to any new build!
With its romantic, faded elegance, shabby chic is the perfect style for your bedroom. So if you love this pretty, faded style, here are four easy ways to recreate the look in your own boudoir.
Is it time to redecorate your bedroom? Whether you’re planning an extensive overhaul or just freshening up the space a little, we’re pleased to bring you the latest bedroom design trends, to help you keep your finger on the pulse.