Living area – a wood-burning stove, grey sofas and mosaic side tables, discovered in Lahore, Pakistan, create a cosy yet dramatic effect.
Living areawith white sofa and the two black ‘Sdraio’ lounge chairs. Open fire adds warmth and comfort.
Take this kitchen design as inspiration and make use of plywood. It’s a versatile material that you can clad with a Formica or stainless-steel worktop to make it more robust.
Take the strata-inspired trend to a whole new level by using its intricate patterns on your ceiling. This apartment in New York, designed by Architecture At, features a breathtaking hand painted mural by Nota Design. It’s a luxurious feature that gives the space a textural focal point and helps to draw the eye upwards, making the room feel larger.
Pair this season\’s sumptuous shade of deep green with the warm lustre of patinated metal – very apt given that historically pigments used to make the colour green were based on copper minerals such as malachite; or verdigris, a brilliant hue produced as a result of the oxidisation process. Start with your walls – Little Greene’s \”Dark Brunswick Green\” is a good match, or try \”Malachite\” by Fired Earth – then choose from our edit of opulent furnishings.