Walls and Floors
knit together: introducing the new laduma x ikea rug
The Laduma x Ikea collaborative line – due out in 2019 – will feature two new rug designs
mirror mind games
New York based company, Bower Studios have taken advantage of this interesting characteristic of mirrors, to create a collection that appears to be three dimensional.  
fully floored: 7 tips to choose the perfect floor
Design in a Box founder and designer Analise de Beer gives the lowdown on today's top flooring trends
new brands to love at st leger & viney
St Leger and Viney introduces the fun and cheerful Blithfield and Bluebellgray to its impressive selection
Into the wild: go mod-tropical with your decor
Bright jungle motifs meet furniture reminiscent of a modern era in eclectic interiors
Unleash your wild side using jungle-inspired patterns and prints, bold tropical colours and mixed natural textures offset with high-sheen materials. From left: Maori rug in Burnt Orange from the Tibet wool collection R35 900, Paco; Domino standing lamp in Vanilla Noir Caesarstone R27 000 (left) and R33 000 (right), both Dokt
FinFloor adds Herringbone Laminate flooring to its extensive range
The first Herringbone Laminate flooring solution available in South Africa
Pick of the week: Clinton Friedman’s #1 Zero rug
This limited-edition hand-tufted fine art rug by Clinton Friedman features playful critters in warm tones
The Rug Company launches its 20th Anniversary collection
To mark its 20th anniversary in serious style, The Rug Company has served up a supercool capsule collection
Use tiles to create an accent wall in your bathroom
Leading bathroom supplier WOMAG shows us how to create the ultimate feature wall
5 out-of-the-ordinary flooring solutions
We round up a few of our favourite ways to make a statement underfoot
Just because it’s underfoot doesn’t mean that flooring should take second place. From rugs to tiles, we’ve found our favourite flooring ideas from our Pinterest board to inspire your next renovation. pattern play Cement tiles are massively on trend at the moment. Versatile, stylish and practical, they make a brilliant point of focus and add depth to an interior. If a timeless look is what you’re after, keep it simple, or go all-out eccentric by pairing graphic tiles with antique furniture. make a statement In the spiral-shaped home that famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright designed for his son a