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Shabby Chic Bedroom Ideas

What’s the most important room in your home? For many, it’s the place we rest our aching body after a hard day’s work. Sleep helps us perform, so the bedroom should definitely take top spot on your list of essential spaces. A good bedroom design prioritises comfort, this is in one part achieved by investing in a good bed, but a colour plan – the physical materials used like carpeting, and even how much light and noise are let in – also play essential roles in creating a restful space.... Read More

Modern Homes with a Touch of Rococo

The Rococo style has been known to have some whimsical features to its design. If you are in the middle of transforming your home, a modern feel with a touch of Rococo could be the perfect combination to make that change you’ve been looking for. Adding dashes of French-inspired furniture could take a cold and modern area to a welcoming and warm place. A few tweaks here and there will have you relaxing in a space from the late Baroque period. During this period rooms were designed to avoid right... Read More

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Indulgent And Intricate Rococo Style

Indulgent And Intricate Rococo Style   There are few items that can truly transform your home, furniture than emanates style, class and ultimate beauty. As one of our most popular and sought after ranges, the Rococo range is the ultimate in antique French furniture… so why French… Think of afternoons in the graceful streets of Paris. A leisurely stroll on the French Riviera as the sun gradually rises, or a hot cafe’ au lait in a Parisian cafe whilst observing the great beauty of a sunset. No one lives as... Read More

Chandeliers

Chandeliers The word ‘chandelier’ is instantly synonymous with class, elegance and style. Ornate historic hanging lights that are as much about aesthetics as they are practicality. Originating in France, the word chandelier is derived from “chandelle” simply meaning candle holder, which prior to the 16th century was simply a wooden cross consisting of a small spike at the end containing candles as the only form of light. During the 16th century and onwards, chandeliers gradually become a status decoration, generally appearing in the more wealthier households. As time progressed in... Read More