Now that summer’s drawing to a close and the days are getting shorter, time is ticking until we’ll be spending more time than ever indoors again. So now’s the time to take action and bring a blast of colour to your inside space.As Sunday Times Style explains in an article called Period Drama, by Claire Bingham: Quit Kondo-ing your house and whitewashing the walls. Clutter and colour are in!And if.
Looking out of the window or taking a walk outside might bring you face-to-face with a more muted colour palette right now – think bare brown branches, grey skies and dark green grass – but there are plenty of ways to brighten up your life…Simply bring the sunshine inside. From vivid egg yolk to mellow ochre, yellow is the colour of autumn – a cheery antidote to the winter blues,.
It’s getting cold outside and the days are getting shorter, which means more time spent indoors and plenty of time for nesting and making your space cosy. So as we hunker down and get set for winter we were reminded of an article we read in the May 2019 issue of Elle Decoration. Written by Francesca Gavin The Gallery is an insightful piece which says: What hangs on your walls.
Here at Futon Company we’re big fans (as well as believers) of all things zodiac! From personality traits to romantic matches we’re always open to astro-inspired ideas and rhetoric. What’s more, we’re always on the lookout for interiors ideas from different perspectives! So when we came across this blog we were quick to click: https://bit.ly/2YyJh99 Here’s the lowdown: What’s your sign? Whether you’re a smooth-talking Gemini or a spotlight-loving Leo,.
Big fans of self-care, we’re always seeking fresh ideas to nourish the mind, body and spirit. So when we came across the Self section in a back issue of Red Magazine called The Art of Happiness we were intrigued. Colouring pencils could be the new secret to self-care. That’s according to Tim A Shaw, artist and author of Draw & Be Happy who says we should be harnessing art and.
With the new season upon us, paint a picture of calm in your space by considering a new decorating scheme. And who better to give guidance than paint gurus Farrow & Ball, whose new book Farrow & Ball Recipes for Decorating by Joa Studholme was launched last month. To get you in the mood for sprucing up your space check out some of their painterly pointers for small space living…..