If you’re having an island built from scratch, consider adding a hideaway table to the design. The piece slides out for meals or when you need extra space for food prep, and tucks back in when not in use.
Combine classic patterns with block colour for a modern country style. In this vibrant scheme, a muted colour clash peps up the vintage-vibe wallpaper. Go for throws in mustard yellow to stand out against a neutral botanical, and introduce putty greens for freshness.
Make the most of the space you have. Here, designer Claire Paquin incorporates a mudroom in this open living room. Keep the space tidy with hooks for coats, baskets for out-of-sight storage and shelves for shoes.
Create a cosy ambience with a variety of light sources. Task lamps are ideal for bedtime reading, while tea light candles in pretty votives dotted around the room give a warming glow and set a romantic mood.
Whether you choose a round or square design, a drop-leaf table is a serious space saver. The base serves as extra counter space and the leaves can be raised or lowered depending on how many people you're hosting.
Take your style into consideration when planning a grey colour scheme. If you prefer a modern bedroom, you may want deeper, more dramatic shades of grey. Team them with metal and glass for an industrial edge. In a country, vintage or traditional bedroom scheme, bring in gentle powdery tones of...
Turn a wooden box into a nifty bedside table. Paint the inside the same colour as your walls for a co-ordinated look, or leave as nature intended for a rustic vibe. Introduce colour with accessories to lift the scheme. Keep an eye on your recycling for glass bottles in pretty...
Think about using wallpaper in a completely new way to really make a statement. Papering the ceiling will make a striking focal point, as will papered furniture. Transform plain table and chairs into something really special with patterned and brightly coloured wallpaper or line your shelves with flocked wallpaper to...
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