In recent weeks we've been looking around at the latest colour trends in interiors and one of the biggest most definitely can't ignore is bright green. It may not be everyone's choice so the important thing to remember is no matter what the experts may say is 'on trend' if your own personal 'taste' sensors say 'no' then the trend is not going to work for you - so have a look at some of the other options and find one that does appeal and look at how you can incorporate it into your home.
If you do decide to 'go green' then pick a shade you really love - and enjoy!
Your floor is one of the most important areas to consider in your interior so there is a lot to consider when choosing your carpet or rug. There are some amazing designs to choose from and prices vary greatly and you may be surprised to find it is possible to get bespoke rugs made within a reasonable budget. You should watch out for the Goodweave scheme to ensure your rug or carpet has been made under fair trade principles.
Here are some things to consider that may help you find the perfect carpet or rug.
Wool dates back to before history was recorded, when humans discovered that sheepskin would keep them warm when the weather was cold and cool when it was hot and t would absorb moisture without feeling wet. It would be difficult to duplicate a fibre with the qualities but man can and has refined and improved wool. He has done so by selective breeding of sheep and by incorporating in wool fabrics such qualities as shrink resistance, durable creasing and pleating, moth-proofing, shower-proofing and stain-proofing.
Autumn is fast approaching and with October 30th just around the corner (when we turn the clocks back an hour!), it’s a good time to be thinking about lighting.