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A retro icon A mid-century design with a retro influence, Wallis exudes personality and charisma. Its plush fabric, luxurious feather-filled pillows and complimentary accent cushions provide enduring comfort and support. This range is chic and sophisticated with an iconic design that brings with it an unmistakable air of opulence. For those conscious of spills and stains all the cushions are fully reversible to increase longevity. With its simple tapered…

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Bank Holiday events in Manchester

Day Out With Thomas, Bury East Lancashire Railway are holding a Day Out With Thomas event with rides on Thomas, meeting the Fat Controller and friends and performances Rusty and Dusty, Sodor’s cheeky station sweepers. Families can enjoy unlimited travel on steam and diesel trains with Thomas themed activities throughout the day. There will be tabletop games, magic shows, workshops with face-painting as well as Thomas films…

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Bank Holiday events in Birmingham

May Day at Sarehole Mill Bring your family to the historic attraction of Sarehole Mill to celebrate the bank holiday. J.R.R Tolkien, author of Lord of the Rings and the Hobbit grew up nearby and stated the mill and surroundings were inspiration for Middle-earth. Have your own little adventure on Monday 7th from 11 – 4pm with a Hobbit Hole…

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Art deco inspiration Although art-deco inspired designs have been popular for a while now we’re beginning to see this more in furniture. It’s about using it as a focal point in interiors rather than just to accessorise and add interest. We like the use of this in mirror frames, for table designs and as patterns on sofas. Using gold tones also…

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Dark Glam

Dark Wood Furniture Whilst we saw a lot of pale bleached woods thanks to the Scandi trend, it’s taken a back-seat to darker wood tones.  Dark wood highlights a nod for retro 70’s glamour which is making a come-back. It can be a dominating feature but done well can look dramatic and eye-catching. Walnut and stained oaks are especially desirable and incredibly…

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National Decorating Month | Vibrant

As we see off April’s National Decorating Month why not take a last minute plunge in transforming your home. We know that home decor tastes can change just as much as our weather so it’s perfect for inspiring people with key interior trends. Home is where we wind-down, seek comfort and spend time with our loved ones so it’s important that it…

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Colour Pop

We understand using bright colours in your home can be intimidating! You want a room with the wow-factor but you’re torn on how to style it and in what shade. Bright colours can be fun especially when mixed with rich textures to make a bold and impressive statement. The colour pop trend has already become a statement of interior design this year. Whether you…

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The Perfect Night’s Sleep

They say the backbone of a fruitful day is a great night’s sleep, so a carefully planned bedroom is key. Whether it’s luxurious fabrics on a bedstead or comfort options on a divan, the perfect night’s sleep is right around the corner. In aid of National Bed Month and World Sleep Day sink into a brand new bed and melt away your stresses. From divans to bedsteads, there’s…

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National Bed Month 2018

Whilst you may have had a stressful day, there’s nothing like a great night’s sleep to recover. As it’s National Bed Month, now’s the perfect time to consider whether you’re getting the best out of your bed. It is important to assess whether it’s sufficient in comfort and support to try to achieve a good night’s sleep. If you’re sleeping on a tired…

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Botanical Trend

Establishing itself in 2017, the botanical trend is a must-have for interiors this year. Whilst this seasons prints have evolved, the trend still focuses on bringing the outdoors in. It’s about mixing lush greens with different types of luxurious textures. With ‘Maximalism’ a big thing this year, colours such as sage, jade and olive are set to be the new neutrals. Subtle greens are bold but are still great alternatives for softening and warming rooms. Richer…

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