Wallpaper Obsession – Guest Post from Arcadian Home
I was recently contacted by Arcadian Home Blog asking if I’d be interested in hosting a Guest Post. My answer? A big, fat yes!!! Looking for inspiration when it comes to wallpaper? Then you’ve come to the right place. Keep reading!
Designer In the Spotlight – A Victorian Overhaul
This ‘aspiring designer’, Suzie Brown, has taken her Victorian home and dragged it kicking and screaming into the 21st century.
Designers In The Spotlight – New Feature
Allow me to introduce you to Inge Bruins – design savvy and with the ability to create an eclectic and vintage inspired scheme with subtle feminine undertones.
If You Haven’t Heard of Multi Stem, It’s Time That You Did.
I don’t like fussy pattern. And I’m not a huge fan of floral. But I love Orla Kiely’s Multi Stem. And I’m not entirely sure why. Actually, I do know why. It’s refreshing. It’s uplifting. And it’s fun.
The Power of Accessorising
Following on from my last post about combining industrial styling with typical Georgian detailing, I have developed the Staff Breakout area further. I’ve added lighting in the form of LED downlighting but also traditional (turned) wooden lampstands.
Lace? On Walls? Yes!
This design concept is for an Office space in a Grade II listed building that is located in the Lace Market of Nottingham. I’ve considered the use of lace but in quite a low-key manner, as it would be way too obvious to include lace furnishings.
Modern + Vintage = Individuality
We all know that including objects within a design scheme can personalise a space; underpin a design theme; pick out accent colours, and provide much needed visual stimulation, texture and depth.