tuiss love :: In-Spaces

So Fashion Week season is in full swing, with designers showcasing their fashionable talents around the globe, showcasing their take on the upcoming trends.

Whilst we may not be perching on the FROW admiring the creations, taking selfies with the hot and famous, we do like to find the hottest of trends and couturiers of the Interior Design world and showcase them to you, ready to be admired and adorned a million times over.

And this week’s tuiss love goes to none other than In-Spaces.

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tuiss love :: Houzz

Here at tuiss we strive to give you the latest fashions and help you with your home design dilemmas and decisions.

We know that sometimes when you’re planning your next project it can be difficult to achieve the look you want because there’s just too much to choose from. You end up with piles of magazine clipping and moodboards, and don’t know where to start the fine-tuning.

That’s where Houzz comes in. Continue reading

Baking Bright

With the return of Comic Relief GBBO, Shrove Tuesday and the beloved Hot Cross Buns, we’ve sifted through and whipped up a collection of must-have baking essentials to brighten up your Kitchen this Spring. It’s true colour inspiration. Continue reading

Must-Visit Shows for 2015

New collections are pinging into our inbox from designer after designer, and sometimes we just don’t know how we’re possibly going to incorporate them into our homes. How do we know which are going to stick around? And which are just a passing phase? Which shades and patterns are actually going to be big next season?

Exhibitions and shows are the best place to find answers to these questions, inspiration and a good deal more. Plus they’re so much fun! (We do love collecting the freebies.)

And with the next batch of Home Improvement and Interior Design shows just around the corner, we’ve chosen 5 you cannot afford to miss from all over the UK. Continue reading

The Year of Wool

 Since 2010, there has been an ongoing campaign for natural wool, “in order to raise awareness amongst consumers about the unique, natural, renewable and biodegradable benefits offered by the fibre.

With the Chinese calendar entering the Year of Sheep, the “Campaign for Wool” has stepped up a gear, with campaign patron HRH Prince of Wales encouraging collaborations between producers, designers, retailers, interior designers and so much more.

We’ve taken the time to explore some exquisite woolen pieces, helping you to do your bit for the campaign… Continue reading

Don’t Judge a Book by It’s Cover

When Harper Lee announced she would be releasing a sequel to literary classic ‘To Kill A Mockingbird’, the world went crazy, snapping up copies of the original, with some bookstores reporting increases of  over 1000% overnight!

We love to get our heads stuck in a good book, and decided to take a look at some fab book inspired pieces for your home. Continue reading

Wall Murals


In a recent article, it was reported that the Duchess of Cambridge was “green with envy” when she visited Frederik VIII’s Palace during a visit in 2011, and later took interior design tips from Princess Mary for their own home- at Kensington Palace.

Frederik VIII’s Palace is home to some of the most impressive wall murals and artworks, since it’s renovation in 2010, completed by contemporary Danish artists, including Olafur Eliasson.

Murals are a great way to add substance to a room and often make great conversation starters for guests. Continue reading

Take a Walk on the Wild Side

It’s time to get tribal with some incredibly sleek and stylish decorating ideas that take inspiration from the wilder side of nature.



Tribal interiors amass gorgeous patterns- chevrons and animal print in particular- whether in full effect, such as the bedroom to the left, or as a more subtle contrast in your room, like the gorgeous statement wall in the lounge below.



It’s a great way to spice up your home, giving it a quirky edge that is bound to get your visitors chatting and asking for helpful hints and tips.


We’ve got a few suggestions for you for a window covering in a tribal themed room. We have the Native Wood Zebrawood wooden blind for a classic wow-factor as well as the sumptuous velvet roman blind, Libertine Stone– the dark stripes and gentle sheen of the material give it a primal undertone.



If you’re looking for something louder that is really going to make a statement and echo the voice of the wild then there’s always our Aventura Psychedelic roman blind- an explosion of pure colour with a funky, bold parrot design to really bring the jungle into your home.


Scent your home with Fornasetti

Famously known for his black and white portraits, these candles take the work and legacy of legendary painter Fornasetti and add a stunning, colourful twist. This popular range of scented candles has been given a new, modern life with the addition of colourful, new designs that act as a beautiful ornament in your room as well as letting a gentle fragrance drift through your home.


The gorgeous Giardino Segreto (that’s “secret garden” for those of you not fluent in Italian!) combines gorgeous foliage with a quirky crowd of owls- peeking out from between the leaves and pillars that adorn the crockery.


The candle is designed to diffuse in varying segments, meaning that the fragrance will change the longer you keep the candle burning. This helps to avoid the sense of being over powered by the scent, which can be the case with other ranges of scented candles. This one will fill your home with scents of the garden, ranging from the scent of fresh greenery to a more herbaceous fragrance as the candle burns.


The other lovely new range that has been launched is the Flora di Fornasetti- taking a classic image and giving it a new, modern make-over with elegant flashes of colour in the shape of dainty flowers. The scent is also based on a more floral arrangement than the Giardino Segreto and will take you from a rich, fruit-like fragrance to an aromatic, sandalwood scent.


Beautiful as they are, these candles to come with quite a price tag (ranging between £65-£300 depending on the size) but they are certainly something that we love enough to start saving those pennies!

tuiss loves :: Nanette Lepore

Although she has cemented herself in the contemporary fashion industry- worn by the likes of Michelle Obama, Scarlett Johansson and Taylor Swift- Nanette Lepore has now turned her talents to a range of home furnishings and we just love the results!



These bedding sets are a prime example of Nanette’s love of bright, vibrant colours. The royal blue colour is simply stunning will make a great centre-piece in your room while the beautiful red bedding includes intricate details to really bring it to life.



The decorative cushions she’s designed also have a certain “wow factor”- the embroidered patterns are exquisite and feature a range of loud colours that grab your attention and will certainly help you inject a little personality into your home.



If you’re looking for something bright and exciting to add a stylish and modern edge to your home, then you should consider checking out Nanette Lepore’s work to see if there’s that special something just for you, you can get to her website by clicking here.