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shabby chic bedroom furniture

28/12/2018
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Shabby Chic Your Home Ready For 2019-Shabby Chic Accessories

Are you in consideration of getting a new interior, Shabby chic decor to bring into your home in 2019? With Homes Direct 365 furniture and shabby chic range there are so many things you can choose from, from our outstanding shabby chic furniture to our alluring , beautiful, shabby chic accessories. When deciding your new shabby chic decor that you would like to bring into 2019, they are a few things to contemplate. The first and most straightforward thing to think about is to come to a decision on how... Read More

08/02/2018

Furnishing Your Girls Bedroom

‘Maam, where’s my pencil case’, ‘Maaaam where’s my tablet charger’, if you’re a parent you have no doubt have heard these words, or similar a thousand times from your little girl. Wouldn’t it be great if your little girl’s bedroom was organised so you wouldn’t hear those words again… well… it could happen… right!? Decorating your little one’s bedroom is no easy feat by any means. Your little girl’s bedroom is a safe haven, tranquil from the world as she grows up, to have it decorated in such way is... Read More

10/01/2018
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Is Shabby Chic Trendy and Still In Fashion

    With the constant changes and ever so fast evolving modern furniture designs, it can be a tough job to keep up with current interior design trends… so we ask the question, is shabby chic furniture still trendy and in fashion or has the vintage phase ended? First emerging with great popularity in the 80’s and taking great inspiration from the 18th century of extravagant and simply stunning ornate designed antique French style pieces, the shabby chic design trend stood the test of time and went global. For fashionable... Read More

Shabby Chic Home Accessories 28/09/2017

Shabby chic furniture neoclassical origins

Distressed, elegant, aged and distinctively timeless are all terms used when commonly describing shabby chic furniture.   If we are looking to date shabby chic furniture back to its origins then we have to look no further than King Gustav III of Sweden. Keeping rein of his throne from 1771 to 1792, Gustav was a hugely passionate king who was in awe of the fashion and styles used in theatre and art. From the long colourful and elegantly draping dresses the women would wear when watching a local theatre play,... Read More