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Properties Articles

Make Staying At Home, Satisfying





We have adapted to life in lockdown & our interiors are no different.

Fresh styles have been introduced as we have increased the amount of time spent at home & our needs have changed.

The Fashion of Form & Functionality

The importance of form & functionality has pushed out our previous fascination with aesthetics. Home offices have become the focal point as creating an effective space to work has become vital. It is no longer a temporary dwelling but a permanent fixture. Productivity whilst working from home is less than that of the office so we must do what we can to benefit our working environment.

Employ a more comfortable environment by simply padding your chair and softening your surrounding light, reducing the harshness of your conditions.


Monochromatic Modernisation Is No More

Previous interest in clean lines, monochrome materials & steel fittings has been substituted for characterful environments. This can be seen through the increase in vintage pieces and styles incorporated into the home. For example, ’Contemporary Country’ includes the use of meadow prints, embroidery or worn woods, bringing a warm & homely nature.


Warm or bold colouring can enthuse positive vibes. By replacing the previous magnolia walls with an ochre can immediately improve mood.


Nature Can Nurture

Staying indoors has seen an increase in houseplants and natural textures, materials & colours within the home. This ‘bringing the outside in’ can be achieved via the exposure or highlighting of original natural features within a property.


DIY Decoration

As people have been spending some much time at home, they have begun to notice things about their space that they would like adapted. Due to limited budgets or spare time, many have attempted DIY projects of their own. Reworking vintage pieces or employing new techniques to freshen up furniture is an effective way of repurposing objects.

Tropical Getaways

Having stayed within the country, interiors have begun to be inspired by what could have been. We have seen inspiration drawn from tropical getaways or Mediterranean influences. This can be evident in bold tropical florals, oceanic hues or global expressions.

Comfort In Cushions

Past trends of clean lines & statements have long been forgotten to the comfort of soft furnishings and warm tones.

As our lives have been uprooted, it is important to employ a sense of tranquility within the home. The addition of candles, blankets & cushions can help to reduce stress.