Category Interior design

Neutral dining spaces

 Even if you don’t have a traditional dining room, your space should always be decorated in a glamorous and inviting way. Whether you have an open plan layout or a separate room for dining, it is important to remember that this is your entertaining space and should be designed to accommodate your friends and family in a comfortable, luxurious way. Neutral, light and airy dining rooms can really open up

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HOTEL LUXURY

I was wonderfully impressed with the hotel I stayed in, in Windsor recently. The Macdonald Windsor Hotel, www.macdonaldhotels.co.uk not only offered fantastic service but I was equally impressed with the brilliant use of space and luxury surroundings in the hotel.   The hotel used to be a retail store and has a very small entrance doorway through to a very long hallway down to the reception and bar, which is

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5* LUXURY

When I choose a hotel to visit, I am extremely fussy, not only down to the service given but because I have spent a great deal of time making the interior of my home as luxurious as the best 5 star hotel can possibly be. It can be a challenge to find the perfect combination of the two most important elements in a hotel, but this week I am going

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My top Interior Christmas goodies

This week, as Christmas is not far off… I thought I’d fill you in with some lovely presents for the home, some stocking fillers, some more major in their pricing bracket. Lovely home gifts are always a pleasure to unwrap and there is a lot of choice out there this year.  Gifts like these don’t have to break the bank and don’t forget to check out your local Homesense, they

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You’re My Wonderwall

When we think about decorating our homes, some of the first things that come to mind are flowers, furniture, accessories and artwork. These are all important factors; however it always amazes me that one of the most important factors is often given the least attention. Walls. The walls of the house are like the spine. They exist throughout the house and are the backdrop to every room, acting like a

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Subterranean Luxury Living Space

Over the last few years but more often now than ever before, many of my clients are requesting either an existing basement to become a luxury leisure zone or asking me to create one from scratch with the help of clever engineering. These subterranean areas can consist of a pool, steam and sauna rooms, a treatment room, a cinema room, a gym/dance studio and even a hairdressing room. POOLS Indoor

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Design Inspired By Nature

There are so many influences from nature in my designs. Quite often this is subliminal, but can also be more obvious, for instance I love to use natural materials such as wood, stone, horn coral rope, capiz, but also perhaps in not such an obvious way, the way the light reflects across the water could be interpreted into a crystal bowl lit from above with a deliberate down lighter, or

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