Linen tablecloths from MagicLinen

Linen Tablecloths are on-trend for rustic comfort

Linen is a wonderful material that we gravitate back to every year as the summer days approach and the light pours through the windows and onto our tablecloths and curtains. There is something comforting about linen as a fabric – something that shows us the high quality of the material along with a nostalgia for the linen shirts of our holidays and the linen tablecloths … Continue reading Linen Tablecloths are on-trend for rustic comfort

Houseplants in the bedroom

Houseplants in the Bedroom: The Seeds of Better Sleep

Houseplants can prove invaluable when supporting the main purpose of your bedroom, which is, of course, sleep. The choice of plant, its location, and the care needed to maintain it all come into play when deciding how to use houseplants in the bedroom to enhance your sleep. The Role of Plants (and Nature) to Your Sleep Health Nature plays an important role in your physical … Continue reading Houseplants in the Bedroom: The Seeds of Better Sleep

Lighting Interior Design Tips

Lighting Interior Design Tips

Lighting Interior Design Tips dictate that the right lighting scheme is at the heart of every stylish home. Wherever you live and whatever your taste, lighting is one of the simplest and most effective ways to instantly add atmosphere and make your house feel like a home. Why is the light important? Good lighting can transform a space, create atmosphere, set a mood, direct attention … Continue reading Lighting Interior Design Tips

Leesa mattress – product review

Research: On looking through the Leesa website, we found all of the relevant information was there – the world of mattress purchasing can be quite daunting in terms of size, firmness, thickness, heat-transfer, etc but luckily (for us) the Leesa website successfully simplifies all this. Mostly by just offering one type of mattress. Leesa manages to strike a perfect balance between giving you the technical … Continue reading Leesa mattress – product review

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Buying a mattress – the revolution has started

In the world of interiors, there are many trends, seasons, fads, and cycles. In terms of home furnishings retail, we have regular calendar events such as spring cleans/refurbs, summer/winter/Christmas staging. As purchasing consumers we have life events such as moving house, combining households, babies, and empty nests. All of these result in fairly predictable product launches, colour-schemes, and ‘the-next’big-thing(s)’. It’s an inbox of press releases … Continue reading Buying a mattress – the revolution has started

Habitat TATSUMA Ash Kingsize bed: Product review

Investing in a new bed presents you with a combination of challenges: Choosing a style that suits your bedroom and house, choosing a price-point permitted by your budget, and choosing a size that gives you the maximum space to stretch out/cuddle-up/lay-far-enough-apart-that-you-don’t-kill-the-person-snoring-next-to-you. In the new Copse Magazine house (yes, my actual house), I have the restriction of up-and-over wardrobes framing each side of the bed space … Continue reading Habitat TATSUMA Ash Kingsize bed: Product review

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Mid-century Modern Bedrooms

It’s often said that the bedroom should be a place of refuge; a place to escape and unwind to at the end of the day. But aside from opulent luxury and hotel-style comfort, how can you achieve a pared-back minimalist look that feels warm and inviting with high-quality craftsmanship and functional, thoughtful design. Welcome to the world of mid-century modern bedrooms. Continue reading Mid-century Modern Bedrooms

Print your own furniture

I came across this today – a new project on Kickstarter, but a project that’s been alive for some time online and amongst Those In The Know… print your own furniture, by Filson and Rohrbacher. The concept is thus… Filson and Rohrbacher have produced a range of furniture designed to be cut from sheets of material (aluminium, wood, plastic, glass…). The difference between them and that Swedish … Continue reading Print your own furniture