tuiss Loves… Fiona Brass

At tuiss, we’ve always been about adding a little bit of luxury to the everyday. And without wanting to blow our own trumpet, we’re not so surprised that interior designers choose tuiss for their window dressing needs. After all, we’ve kind of got it all. Blinds, curtains and shutters!

But we’re not here to talk about any old interior designer, no. We want to share with you the wonderful work of Fiona Brass!

She’s just kicked off her own website and blog, but she’s got plenty of experience already under her belt. Want to see? Hint: She’s a big fan of tuiss!

Head over to her blog, where you’ll find beautiful interiors, just like this…

We’re In Love!

If you’ve been keeping up with all things tuiss, you’ll know that we recently had a complete makeover, and got ourself a new partner.

Our relationship with Blinds 2go is growing from strength to strength and to show off our love in our new home, there’s 14% off all tuiss fabrics.

You’ll have to be quick though, the offer is for Valentines Day only, only at Blinds 2go & Curtains 2go!

In The Press: Country Retreat

tuiss is a name renowned for quality and attention to detail, so it’s really no surprise when we find our blinds gracing the glossy pages of magazines. We’re heading over to Hertfordshire, to explore the Underwood’s beautiful country retreat. Come on in…

 

Sally & Nick have spent many years living amongst the hustle and bustle of city London life, and whilst it was fun in their youth, the pair were keen to escape to the country. Now they’re settles into their mid-terrace cottage in Elstree, and let Hertfordshire Life take a snoop.

 


Whoever said that white can make a room feel cold? Sally painted most of their walls white, and the furniture too. But with the layering of textures they’ve created a serene and cosy space. Who wouldn’t want to settle down in that bedroom?

 

Want to read further about their journey and style? You don’t need to be in Hertfordshire to be able to. Just follow this link right here  and head to page 134 – Hertfordshire Life December 2016

Trend Watch :: Floral Prints

Isn’t it funny how trends come in and out. Last year, it wall all about the contemporary patterns, with geometrics leading in the way , but this year things seem to have taken a step back in time.

Contemporary is out and traditional is back. And the flower power is taking over once again. Thankfully, floral designs is something we do pretty well, if we do say so ourselves. Continue reading

European Styles Worth Stealing

With Europe Day being today, now seems like just as good time as any to delve into the interior design world and get inspired by some of our European friends.

We’ve been finding style staples and ideas your home shouldn’t live without. So lets cross the pond and take a look… Continue reading

In The Press :: Looking Back

We know we’re not the only people who, when cleaning out a room, drawer or box, spends ages going through all the nostalgic pieces, cherishing the memories that they hold. Sometimes it makes us remember our achievements, whether academically or just personally. Anyway, we digress.

Recently, we were helping the tech team on a project they were working on and as a result had to create a log of all the times we’ve ever been featured, mentioned, showcased or involved in a magazine or newspaper. And we were quite shocked to discover just how many of them there were. Continue reading

Trend Watch :: White

When we get the decorating and home decor magazines landing on our desks, one of the first things we do (after checking whether we made it into the pages) is to check out the trends and styles that are set to steal the show.

We like to get to as many interior design shows as we can in search of trends, fabrics and shapes that we can add a little tuiss magic to, so most of the time, we kind of expect it. This month however, we were taken to surprise. And the trend? White! Continue reading