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Small spaces, be they a bijou city central apartment, a quaint country cottage or indeed the spare box room, are a test! Designing them in such a way that maximises their potential is one of interior designs biggest challenges but with the right design tools, you can totally smash it. As the spaces we live […]

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Daniel Hopwood and I have been working together for 4 years, latterly running courses in Interior Design master classes in Interior Design. We first met on a screen test for The Great Interior Design Challenge back in 2013. We came from completely different parts of the design world. In fact different planets if Iโ€™m honest. […]

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One of the things you guys have GOT to think about when picking out a lush new paint colour is the light in your room, because if colour is light- then the light is going to make a massive difference to how we read the colour. So what is colour anyway? Well if your going […]

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Many of us, currently myself included, rent our homes, and it looks like our numbers are set to grow. So how we design and decorate our rented spaces is going to become more and more relevant. Ever since I first moved out of home and into a rented basement flat on the seafront in Brighton […]

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As anyone who knows me will attest, Iโ€™m mad-bonkers-all-for decorating with colour. Its simply one of the most affordable and transformational ways to update your home, and better still all you have to do is invest in a tin of paint. Daubing a new hue on the walls is without doubt the easiest and yet […]

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The Mid Century modern look is a firm favourite within current interior design trends. People are tapping into the look for its classic yet modern appeal. I was recently asked to do an AW14 trend presentation for Villa Nova fabrics during London design week using their latest collection Makela. As you can see from the […]

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