Decor

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verdure decor: a fresh look at botanical trends
A fresh look at floral and plant trends that hold year-round appeal
chefs table: 4 ideas to update your kitchen
Spruce up the heart of your home in four easy steps
minenhle ntuli is the face of shf for may
Budding furniture designer, Minenhle Ntuli is the May ambassador for SHF.
4 contemporary flooring trends that will transform your home
Be inspired by these up-to-the-minute surface ideas for your floors.
Fall in love with your floors – again and again – by updating them with one of these modish contemporary flooring trends. 1. colour Incorporate new shades into your interior using innovative finishes, such as stained wood, pigmented concrete or even faux grass in vibrant tones. 2. texture Don’t underestimate the imp
perfect balance: lay out your living room like a pro
Alon Sachs, co-owner of Mobelli Furniture Living, gives his top tips on how to make the most out of your living room.
watch: how to make invisible floating bookshelves
One of the most eye-catching way to display your books is with invisible floating bookshelves.
the enviable london townhouse of a fashion and design maven
A South African's pared down 1820s Regency townhouse in Marylebone, London
8 plants that thrive in the bathroom
Add water-loving flora to your bathroom for a fresh and dynamic look
8 design rules to creating a chic interior inspired by the french aesthetic
There is a reason many people wish to emulate French style and design in their homes. Everything from the art on the walls to the details in the furniture are the epitome of effortless sophistication. If you’re interested in making your home’s interior look and feel like you are living in Paris, here’re eight French design rules to live by. 1. respect the space Whether you live in a modern building or an old, historic home, it’s important to respect the space you’re working in. French interior designers often work in heritage buildings that have interesting stories.  A+B Kasha, an interior
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