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Interiors Tag

Broadway Market teams with parents and pushchairs seeking a free spot on the pavement to drink a cappuccino. Number seven has a somewhat dour grey painted frontage but the large window is colourfully displayed with fabrics and graffiti style art. Shop owner Barley Massey told...

The holiday season enables us to travel abroad, experience new places, and create memories that will sustain us for the months ahead. I saw my first Cork Oak forest in Andalusia Spain in 1990; the farmer harvested the bark every nine years so the trees remained...

Design is concerned with function and aesthetics, that is to say, how something works or performs and how it looks. To consider design as an artistic practice is only half of it. It is fundamentally a process of finding solutions to problems. In our homes...

Did you know… wallpaper has a murderous past? Here are five surprising facts about wallpaper: 1. In 1710 a wallpaper tax entered the statute books. Queen Anne was on the throne then. She was famous for being transported everywhere in a Sedan chair as walking proved...

While researching the history of wallpaper manufacture I learned that Glasgow-born Christopher Dresser (1834 – 1904) was a key figure in the design of wallpaper patterns. Until then I’d associated his name principally with product design; visions of art deco metal teapots and sugar bowls...

As a symbol of romantic love a heart is at the centre of our emotions. We start to draw the shape early in childhood, its warm glow spells love. As we grow older the symbol signals different moods; strength, vitality, devotion. Some say that it was first associated...

It was such fun helping Natalia get the look she wanted. I was initially invited for a two-hour consultancy session which took place before she moved in; we talked about decor, storage, window dressings, furniture layout, wardrobe design, accessories and an art wall. It’s amazing how...

This chalet style house in a Cambridgeshire village is the dream home for a couple who moved in with their two children. They had decorated the snug which leads off the lounge in a modern palette of greys and yellow but they didn’t quite know...

It’s no easy task turning a moderately sized three bedroom bungalow into a spacious family home but for this couple, who love to entertain, it just had to be done. It was not only the size of the bungalow but the layout that caused problems;...