Top Tips For Navigating Narrow Doors (From an Expert) Tips For Navigating Narrow Doors (From an Expert)

As experts in small space living, we’re always on the hunt for facts, figures and insightful information about space saving tips. So when we came across Daniel Hale’s blog we were impressed! His piece, ‘Large Furniture Through Narrow Doors’ is an insightful and practical article on how to navigate furniture through doorways. Anyone who’s ever moved into a new home will be able to relate to this, and as he.

Frame Changers Changers

Noun – A rigid structure that surrounds something such as a picture, door or windowpane Verb – Place (a picture or photograph) in a frame People often say it’s what’s on the inside that counts, but when it comes to making an impact in and around the home, it’s often the stuff on the outside that’s most important. From displaying your favourite photograph to supporting your mattress or futon to.

What’s on July 2017’s on July 2017

It’s official – summer is well and truly here! While the weather might not be able to make a decision about what it wants to do, our minds are made up – it’s summer and we want to have fun! From festivals to exhibitions, family outings to creative pursuits – there’s plenty to do up and down the country, wherever you live. For inspiration on where to find the action,.

When your outside space is small, be ruthless your outside space is small, be ruthless

In the eternal quest to maximise outside space in a crowded city, any self-respecting urbanite makes the most of whatever they’re given. Have a window sill? That’s the perfect place to nurture a mini herb garden in a window box. Got a railings ledge? Ideal for growing some baby tomatoes. Have a one meter space outside your front door? Plump for a fragrant jasmine or honeysuckle. For space-starved urbanites, there’s.

Get your garden Glasto-ready your garden Glasto-ready

With the legendary Glastonbury Festival set to take place from June 21st-25th, all eyes are on the weather and the great outdoors. Famed for attracting downpours, with iconic images of muddied wellington boots setting the tone of the festival year after year, this is one outside space that’s vast and unpredictable. Luckily, if you’re planning to celebrate Glastonbury from the comfort of your own home and want to embrace your.

Wall Hugging Design Hugging Design

Our creative guys have spent the last few days in the studio shooting some of our newest space saving products. Expect to see lots of new visuals on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter over the next few weeks! Talking of social media, some of our Futon Company followers seem to really enjoy our Instagram feeds – and the Futon Company team is often inspired by some of the feedback and comments.

What’s on June 2017’s on June 2017

June is here and it’s the start of the fabulous Festival Season! Think warm sunny evenings, picnics in the park and live music galore… What’s not to love? Whether you’re planning to spend time where you live or hotfoot it to somewhere new, there’s plenty going on up and down the country. For inspiration on where to find the action, check out our Futon Company What’s On guide and see.

Bringing The Outdoors In… The Outdoors In…

Whether it’s on the catwalk, on the high street, or in the home, nature-inspired and botanical designs are set to be big business for summer 2017. Think flower-infused fabrics, petal-powered prints and leafy designs – with some cute animals thrown in for good measure. These nature-inspired cushions are where it’s at home and away, and Futon Company has plenty of botanical and petal-powered prints to get you in the mood….

Extra Expert Tips for Small Spaces Expert Tips for Small Spaces

As experts in small space living, we love finding new inspiration and tips from expert sources. This week we present some smart tips for space saving living, as featured in interior style staple Elle Decoration (March 2017 issue). Architect Rodolphe Parente says: Bring creativity to your home, no matter what its size – don’t think about the proportions of the space, but about the movie you want to make! Include.

Hip Hotels And Hotel-Inspired Interiors Hotels And Hotel-Inspired Interiors

With all the buzz and media hype around London’s hippest new hotel, The Ned – a former bank in the City designed in 1924 by British architect Edwin ‘Ned’ Lutyens and converted into a lavish hotel, dining venue and members club by Soho House & Co – all eyes are on the capital’s hottest crash pads. Revered for its period features, The Ned is designed with brass and mahogany furniture,.