• Posts Tagged ‘neutral’

    Putting the brakes on moving…

    by  • September 26, 2016 • Cool kitchens • 0 Comments


    What’s that saying – ‘ A place for everything and everything in its place’? I’m not exactly sure what it means but I do know that if my wife came home and found my 21-speed racer in the kitchen, I’d be out that door and on my bike in no time. Talking of which, fewer people are on the move, according to a new survey by Plentific.com. Plentific’s latest survey of 2,000 adults has revealed that there is still uncertainty surrounding the housing market three months after

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    A cushy number

    by  • September 22, 2016 • Beautiful boudoirs • 0 Comments


    This bedroom looks quite masculine with it’s autumnal colours and woodland-theme.

    However, despite the neutral colours, the plain walls, the solid, sturdy furniture and the stag’s head, lots of people (I mean men) wouldn’t like this bedroom because of the cushions on the bed. Lots of people (again, I mean men) don’t see the point of cushions that are purely decorative; cushions which you take off before getting into bed and put back on again when you get up.

    Cushions that other people may ask you not to lean against, or use as an extra pillow…

    However, I think the cushions add colour, interest and a bit of a country boutique hotel vibe, to what would be a rather bland scheme.

    As the nights draw in and the mornings stay darker for longer, this looks like the perfect place to hibernate until spring.


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    When industrial met country…

    by  • May 21, 2016 • Cool kitchens • 0 Comments


    Just because you live in the countryside in a picturesque cottage with exposed beams and period details, doesn’t mean you have to decorate in pretty florals and install Shaker-style cabinets. This just proves that if you really like a style, you can make it work in your home.

    This country kitchen

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    Fresh start

    by  • May 16, 2016 • Bathroom bliss • 0 Comments


    Planning a bathroom can be very challenging – do you want a separate bath and shower, does it need to cater for children or is it a personal en suite, what window treatments should you go for, and what finishings do you want? The list is endless! But ultimately, it’s important to create a space where you can relax and unwind. 

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