London-based interior design company, Callender Howorth, has unveiled a stylish new Shoreditch penthouse as its most recent design undertaking. The Cordy House project is furnished with items from around the world, including a table sourced from the Eiffel tower. This most recent enterprise required meticulous planning, as the team scoured the planet for interesting furnishings to achieve an . . .
A collection of subtle, nuanced colours for any time and every space, Benjamin Moore's extensive range of timeless neutral shades never gets weary. Reassuring and restful hues from classic creams such as Carrington Beige and Brandy Cream to warm greys such as Revere Pewter and Balboa Mist, the perfect combination of neutral paint colours will lay the foundations for a harmonious and uncomplicated . . .
Making over a room need not take you long. If you are organised you can easily get it done in a weekend, simply by following our suggestions. Take a minimalist approach Keeping things simple is a by far the best way to get things done fast. Plan to give the room a fresh look, using neutral, easy to match colours, and avoid fussy details. Give the room a good clean The first step is to give the . . .
Ashley Wilde presents this beautiful range of fabrics from its new Autumn/Winter 2016 portfolio. Introducing The ELLERY Collection. The ELLERY Collection displays a contemporary array of printed and woven fabrics, perfect for creating a naturally fresh look. A relaxed style being the main focus for this collection, it embraces the natural elements and creates texture with its block . . .
The latest clock collection from Block applies principal Origami folds to steel, creating shifting interactions between light and colour throughout the day. 'Our starting point,' says designer Tara Ashe, 'was a paring back of clock design to its essential qualities. We realised early on in the process that the vertical line was fundamental to the measurement of time; that the human eye is . . .
Building on the success of Spirit Weaves, Scion launches a new collection, Tomoko, which means ‘wisdom’ in Japanese. A highly useable collection of small-scale upholstery weaves, Tomoko draws its inspiration from the simple shapes and clean lines embodied in Japanese design. According to Scion designer, Hannah Bowen, “Tomoko focuses on the principles of asymmetry and celebrates the . . .