If you live in a frantic world, there is something very appealing about a clean, calm and peaceful living space. The same can be said for interior design techniques, with many new home owners now leaning towards a minimal, spacious design for their home. This weeks guest post is from Scott Wood from luxury rentals business onefinestay who highlights four sleek, yet stylish homes in London with a minimalistic feel.
“I can do it myself. It’s not like I don’t have any ideas, I know a lovely colour that would work on my walls, a pretty fabric that would make beautiful drapes. I’ll get started next weekend and re-decorate”. But next weekend, turns into the weekend after, spring turns to summer, the kids are back to school and before you know it, it’s Christmas again!
If you’re reading this blog, chances are you enjoy decorating and renovating your home. However there are times when you can’t paint the walls or make any permanent adjustments, if for example you rent your property. But that doesn’t mean you can’t make your home interesting and personal. So read on and I will show you how to bring that zing of colour into your home with soft furnishings, furniture and artwork.
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