Victorian vicarage with landscaped gardens and a Scandinavian scheme | Todhunter Earle Interiors
A large Victorian vicarage with landscaped gardens and a Scandinavian scheme, using fresh, light linens and prints. Working with Smallwood Architects we added a two storey extension to create a new large kitchen and dining room with a bedroom and bathroom suite above.
Butterfly House by Biasol | Global Interiors | est living
Melbourne-based design firm Biasol bring a sophisticated approach to bring light and luxury to what was once a lacklustre East London home, transforming the spaces like a caterpillar to the Butterfly House.
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CEMENT TILES - DOs & DON'Ts
We are hosting a new giveaway today – be sure to read the information at the end of this blog story!!! Without a doubt, the biggest trend in decorative tiles these days is the resurgence of encaustic or cement tiles. This handmade tile has been around for ages and depending on the country in which it was made, the descriptive name used has varied. In medieval times in England, these tiles were called “inlaid.” One of the oldest examples of encaustic tiles from medieval times is found at…
What’s New, What’s Next: Bathroom Design Trends for 2017
What are some of the most exciting trends for the bathroom in 2017? Like the kitchen trends we’ve identified, a lot of new trends for the bathroom reference older styles, combining them with modern, minimal shapes for a look that’s clean but also timeless. Here are seven things to look for in the new bathroom. Cement, terracotta and even zellige tiles lend a rich, old-world feel to the bathroom.