Ok so you’ve decided on your theme. You love the (insert latest trend) look and you’re raring to go. You may have even chosen your colour scheme and even picked your paint (though don’t be hasty on that one, read on to find out why). But where next? How do we get from great idea to beautiful space that you’re ready to show to all and sundry? Continue reading
With pumpkins filling every supermarket and pineapples in just about every interior design store, we have a feeling that something fruity is going on in Britain.
And if our presumptions are right, it’s definitely a trend that’s going to last well into the new year. We were recently perusing the stalls of the Decorex exhibition in London and the fruity little numbers just kept on coming. Continue reading
Do you ever trowel through interior design magazines or flick through the thousands of beautiful photos on Houzz and just wish you could buy the entire room?
Well at tuiss, now you can! Working with our brand new collections from Scion Living, we’ve created over 20 fab room design that you can buy in one easy package. We call it ‘Buy the Look’. Continue reading
Wow, where has the year gone? We’ve got a pile of November magazines piling high on the desk and they’re full of Bonfire Night, winter and even a touch of Christmas (sorry we even had to mention it).
But fear not. They haven’t gone into full festive overload yet. The interiors are still lovely and light, with pops of sunshine yellow popping up too. Continue reading
Once upon a time, almost every home up and down the country would have Magnolia walls, creamy sofas and neutral blinds or curtains to match.
But, there’s a new neutral in town and it changes the whole game.
Another month, yet another fantastic In The Press to share with you all. And this time it’s all about creating a serene sanctuary in a small apartment. Continue reading
Flick through any interior design magazine this month and you’re bound to see at least one page dedicated to this season’s must have hue – Inky Blues. Whether it’s a painted wall, textiles or even a simple vase, it’s everywhere and so easy to incorporate in your own interior themes. Continue reading