As we bid goodbye to 2017 and welcome the New Year, here are 5 simple styles to help you design your home for 2018.
Photo: Bedhead by Heatherly Design
“Out with the timber bed frames and in with the upholstered bed heads”, that is how professional interior designers will welcome the 2018! Bed heads with different colours or design will fit well this year, whether you go for a classic model in a neutral colour with buttons, or flashing velvet, a bed head is an easy step in updating and adding instant glam to your bedroom
You can kick it up a notch by adding a classic Trimonte Table lamp, this Scandinavian design details abound on this pretty table lamp from designer Jim Parsons. From the on-trend grey finish complemented by creamy ivory and burnished gold to the graceful candlestick design, this fixture is all about the details and an authentic, antiqued look.
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Terracotta is back! The all warm colours will replace the popular cool and white tones. “Unlike in the 80s, they aren’t used as border tiles. Instead they will have a natural matte finish and be used as feature walls in bathrooms or for cladding fireplaces,” says Lauren Macer of Sisalla Interior Design
You can match this rustic design with our Orange Gem Dragonfly Table Lamp Large, Picture this table lamp as a centre piece in your home complimenting your rustic decor and enhancing a natural colour scheme with its bold orange and botanic themes
“Bathrooms are the one space that seem to constantly end up overrun by clutter, but this year was the end of that. It's time to take your bathroom back, and to achieve that goal is to introduce some homey items — like the plush seating here — into the space.” - Bridget Mallon And Kelsey Kloss
You can add the Treviso Glass Wall Lamp when decorating your bathroom.
This unique wall fixture would be striking in a contemporary or transitional space. Perfect for a bathroom vanity, hallway or entry way.
Graceful lines and a gloss opal glass shade work beautifully together to cast warm light just where you need it. Catch the eyes of your guests and bring out a gentle and soft feeling in your home.
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Shades of green will become the new “must-have” in the dark interior colour category as we bid our farewells to the navy and midnight blues.
“Dark green as a paint colour for rooms such as a bedroom creates a wintery Scandi backdrop for tan leathers, reindeer furs, brass lamps and natural linen,” Macer says.
Use it as a wallpaper and match it up with green decor items to bring in the colours from the outdoors.
Add the Barcelleno Tall Glass Table Lamp to your motif to bring the glamorous turn of the century style in your home. Like a slice of New York, this lamp will add class and verve wherever you place it.
The Barcelleno is made using robust green glass rods that are housed in a silver frame. It throws a warm glow which will invokes a moody ambiance.
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You can again enjoy your favourite 60’s to 80’s furniture by matching it up with modern design theme for 2018! You can add our Orbit Grey LED Pendant Light in addition with the design; this light melds ultra modern styling with just a hint of retro. The round design reminds us just a little bit of the round diner pendant lights of the 60s and 70s.
There's nothing old fashioned about this glorious pendant light however. The up to date matt grey finish coupled with the use of energy efficient LED lighting makes this very much a pendant of today.
The simple answer to this question is yes. You definitely should.
Pendant Lights are a brilliant way to add a unique and personal touch to your home or business and the options available today are almost limitless. Here's seven ideas for using pendant lights to get you started.