Falchi Interiors – A Luxury London Apartment

Falchi Interiors is a luxury interior design practice based in Berkshire. They recently undertook a new project of kitting out this stunning luxury London apartment.  Image Source: Falchi Interiors “Using our technical and spatial planning skills we have taken this 3 bedroom London apartment and transformed it into an exquisite 4 bedroom,…

Falchi Interiors is a luxury interior design practice based in Berkshire. They recently undertook a new project of kitting out this stunning luxury London apartment.

Not Feeling Good Every Day? This Might Be Why…

We have the right to feel good every day. Yet the majority of people don’t feel as good as they should. Maybe you just feel a bit meh, or you’re completely out of whack – whatever you think your mood is, it’s up to you to take control of it…

We have the right to feel good every day. Yet the majority of people don’t feel as good as they should. Maybe you just feel a bit meh, or you’re completely out of whack - whatever you think your mood is, it’s up to you to take control of it and turn it around. If you’re not feeling good every day, the following could be why. Take a look and see what you can do about it!

Why Is The Kitchen The Most Important Room In Your Home?

The home is where the heart is, but where is the heart of the home? Some would say the living room, others would say the bedroom, but for most of us, the kitchen is where it’s at. Since the days of the cavemen, homes (or caves, as they were back…

The home is where the heart is, but where is the heart of the home? Some would say the living room, others would say the bedroom, but for most of us, the kitchen is where it’s at. Since the days of the cavemen, homes (or caves, as they were back then), need two things to be considered a home - Somewhere to rest your head and somewhere to fill your stomach. But since both of these are essential, what makes the kitchen that much more important? Here are four reasons why:

Colour Of The Week – Brinjal By Farrow & Ball

Guest Post By Alexandra Samuilova for WARINGS AT HOME This sophisticated aubergine hue is often used as a feature wall to enhance a neutral colour scheme or as an accent on the underside of a bath or kitchen island. It is also an on-trend colour for a living room, creating a warm and…

Guest Post By Alexandra Samuilova for WARINGS AT HOME

Is Clutter Killing Your Interior?

No matter your interior taste, there is one thing that does not look good in any house, and this is clutter. However, a lot of people have a clutter problem, as stuff just seems to accumulate, doesn’t it? The trouble is that clutter ruins the interior of your home, and…

No matter your interior taste, there is one thing that does not look good in any house, and this is clutter. However, a lot of people have a clutter problem, as stuff just seems to accumulate, doesn’t it? The trouble is that clutter ruins the interior of your home, and it makes it difficult for you to relax and unwind too. So, with that in mind, let’s take a look at clutter in further detail and how to deal with this problem…

Burrito Loco – Restaurant Design By Formafatal

Burrito Loco Portugal is a fun restaurant outlined by Formafatal, and it’s Mexican-themed style penetrates every last bit of the inside. Utilising a subject of folded metal, sombreros and desert plant shapes, the restaurant conveys a touch of southwest pizazz to the celebrated around the world city in focal Europe.…

Burrito Loco Portugal is a fun restaurant outlined by Formafatal, and it's Mexican-themed style penetrates every last bit of the inside. Utilising a subject of folded metal, sombreros and desert plant shapes, the restaurant conveys a touch of southwest pizazz to the celebrated around the world city in focal Europe. The plan is fun yet in addition controlled, with a bound together shading palette, and specially crafted divider shows and metal surrounding.

Colour Of The Week – Book Room Red By Farrow & Ball

@sibylcolefax Book Room Red, the muddiest of our reds, is particularly suited to smaller spaces where the stronger Eating Room Red can be a little overwhelming. It takes its name from the reading rooms or small libraries favoured by the English aristocracy and creates an unapologetically aged feel. @Farrow&Ball @Farrow&Ball…

Book Room Red, the muddiest of our reds, is particularly suited to smaller spaces where the stronger Eating Room Red can be a little overwhelming.