triple threat: a collaborate project between SAOTA, RyS Architects and ARRCC 
A venture between three design forces produces a villa in Mallorca sensitive to its surroundings
new brands to love at st leger & viney
St Leger and Viney introduces the fun and cheerful Blithfield and Bluebellgray to its impressive selection
5 ways to revamp your kitchen
From Brussels to Hong Kong, we travel the world in search of the ultimate kitchen inspiration
judging a book by its spine
We show you how to create areas of visual interest in your home using beautifully designed books and magazines
Polpo by Russell Norman | Apartamento | Monocole | Wallpaper* | Patterns by Peter Koepke | Penguin Little Black Classics | Michou bowl with platinum R4 252, Stable | Tile 89/7028 wallpaper from the Frontier collection by Cole & Son.  The terms ‘pattern and print’ are often casually thrown around and misused. Pr
Into the wild: go mod-tropical with your decor
Bright jungle motifs meet furniture reminiscent of a modern era in eclectic interiors
Go the distance with your decor
We embrace colour, pattern and shape in our pick of products to covet
Five minutes with Megan Morgan of Coricraft
From international trends to local innovation, we discover what excites Coricraft buyer Megan Morgan
the finishing touch
For a bold yet sophisticated way to round off your home, try black accents
a powerful palette
We're loving the unusual combination of teals, pale pinks, greys and dark mustard-yellows at the moment
Morrocotto ceramic brick tile in Rose from the Market Mosaics collection by Douglas Jones, all fabric swatches from Romo South Africa. I’ve been obsessing over the recent collaboration between London-based print and fashion studio Eley Kishimoto and British interiors brand Kirkby Design and its amazing palette. On seeing the range, I immediately felt as though everything in my house needed recovering in teals, pale pinks, greys and dark mustard yellows. It’s an unusual colour combination, but it works brilliantly. If, however, reupholstering and repainting everything in sight isn’t an option, we