Terracotta

Decorating with terracotta

Warm rustic terracotta is a colour we are seeing everywhere in interiors this autumn. Its earthy tones are warm and natural and can be paired with warm neutrals for a calming setting or with monochrome accents for a vibrant look. Here are some of the very best terracotta interior buys to update your home this autumn.

Sustainable living

Sustainable interior design – Part 2

Designers and brands have become increasingly conscious of how the products they create impact the planet which means there is so much more information and choice for consumers today. From worksurfaces made from broken glass to rugs made from plastic bottles here are some of my favourite sustainable products and brands to help make your house a greener place to be.

Little Greene

Sustainable interior design Part 1

In 2021, doing our bit for the environment is more important than ever. As an interior designer, I find more and more of my clients want to use ethical and sustainable products in their homes. Recycling materials to avoid waste and keeping products in use for as long as possible are key to sustainability.

Using florals

Decorating with florals – part 2

loral prints can seem intimidating at first, but once you have a few guidelines, they’re not difficult to work with—and they’re guaranteed to add life and joy to a space. From subtle accents and statement features to full-on layering and clashing prints – go as boldly botanical as you dare. These much-loved prints can be modern or traditional, the choice is yours.

Beige

Is 2021 the year of beige?

Whether its rich and earthy or light and bright, beige is turning out to be the trend of the season. Ever since Dulux unveiled an earthy beige hue called Brave Ground as its colour of the year for 2021, beige is back – bringing a warm, soothing vibe to our homes.