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Detail Movement is back!! And to ease back in, I've decided to come back with one of my favourite types of posts and that is Get The Look! This one is one of my top furniture boards (to date) and it is for a Living Room. I love the colour palette, the furniture, the art, basically everything. What do you think?
Come and have a look!
The kitchen is one of the most important spaces in a home, (besides the Bathroom and Bedroom). It's the place where you spend time with friends or family and talk while preparing a meal. That's why I believe it's important for you to know what type of kitchen works for you, especially if you are planning on renovating yours. Come and find out more!
As promised, here is the last and final part of this year's Clerkenwell Design Week, Detail Movement's review! Come and see the best bits of CDW - Part 2
As promised last week, we are continuing with the best bits from this year's Clerkenwell Design Week. There were so many good and new things this year that covering this event just couldn't fit into a single blog post. Spoiler alert - there is even going to be a Part 3! So come and see the best bits of CDW - Part 2!
Every year around this time, something exciting is happening in London and that is The Clerkenwell Design Week. With so many new products, designs and brands this year, it's no wonder that this event is so popular and for good reason too. Come and see the best bits!
Time to share another Get The Look Series - this time a casual home office design. Are you going to love it or hate it? Come and find out!
With Easter literally around the corner, I couldn't help myself to no look for some Easter egg designs inspiration and, of course, put together a list of my favourite design looks (DIY only). Come and see which ones made the cut and how easy you can make our own!
It has been a while since our last Get The Look furniture selection and with all the hype around Design Week happening at Salone del Mobile in Milan, this was bound to happen. In this week series, I am exploring a casual dining room design, with an emphasis on natural colour and elements (wood, ceramic and pure wool).
As the year is coming to an end, I can't help but think back on all the great events that happened in the design world. So many wonderful design fairs with newcomers from all around the world. But throughout all of these new concepts and ideas, one design studio has stood out for me. Come and find out why!