Are you deciding to buy your bedroom furniture these coming days but no idea of what to pick, and how to choose? Are you looking for easy ways to arrange your furniture after you buy them? Never feel bad about this, as I am going to give you some comprehensive guidelines and tips on your buying decisions and furniture arrangement. Bedroom furniture is a thing at home where you relax and can share good stories, as it served as family’s private oasis. It is also a perfect and suitable place... Read More
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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
Live small, decorate big. Keep small spaces light and bright. Break the mold with Shabby chic to create a style that has a lot to say about its environment.
Budget décor doesn’t have to be shabby. Create sophistication with a little money and a lot of creativity. Repurpose and recycle, that’s the shabby chic moto. Chic on a shabby budget Budget décor doesn’t have to be shabby. Create chic sophistication with a little money and a lot of creativity. Repurpose and recycle, that’s the shabby chic moto. In the early 1980’s rebellious designers rediscovered their ancestral estate homes. Much of the furniture was scruffy from years of neglect. These radical designers left the cobwebs, but set shabby center stage.... Read More
A Perfect Nights Sleep Many of today’s modern design trends involve big, bold, and bright colours with crazy patterns, but that doesn’t mean these warm summer days won’t put many of us in the soft pastel mood! This September our collection is all about simplistically with a hint of antique French and shabby chic style infused. Featured above we have our brand the collection, the Brittany collection; A masterpiece in romance, this bedroom collection enjoys touches of traditional detailing to create a range perfect for homes wanting a period touch.... Read More
French Furniture Styles For This Summer! Choosing the right style of furniture for your home this summer can be a challenge for many people. Do you stick to what’s in fashion, opt for classic style, keep things contemporary or simply choose something that suits your personal tastes? It’s a good idea to keep on top of the trends for seasonal interior décor, as this can help to inspire you. With that in mind, here are four furniture styles that your home needs this summer! French furniture Shabby chic or... Read More
French Furniture For The Summer! After a never ending tepid spring, summer is immanently upon us as are the new plethora of ‘in’ colours for your decor this season. From the cosy dark Abraham moon tartan pattern’s of winter and solid warm red’s, this summer is all about the bright ivory’s, creams and an array blues. When the weathers warm outside, there’s no greater indulgence than relaxing in a beautiful and comfortable bedroom filled with bright and wonderfully complimenting colours. A room that reflects your personality. A room that you... Read More
Get That Shabby Chic Or French Appeal Antique French or shabby chic?… perhaps a bit of both… If you are looking for something unique for your home, then follow our short guide to maximising specific styles in your home. From the elaborated ornately detailed French furniture to the distressed and ‘worn our’ appeal of shabby chic furniture, Homesdirect365 has everything you need! When looking to start fresh in decorating your home, simplicity is the key. It may often be tempting to just fill your home with some of the most... Read More
Mirrored Furniture Rooms which face north are always a challenge to refurbish, as they get very little or sometimes no sunlight whatsoever. Any natural light which does enter is often cold too. To alleviate this as best you can, it’s best to avoid decorating with cold colours such as grey, and stick to warmer tones such as yellow shades, or neutral creams. If you are pursuing more colour, then try darker and warmer tones like purple for example. The room or window size can affect the temperature too. Whites,... Read More