Accessorising a room can really put you out of pocket. I’ve found the best (price wise) of both worlds, from the budget and blow-out versions of a few unique pieces in our latest properties and how they are styled.
Farrow and Ball’s Hague Blue will always be a classic colour. The rich blue with underlying green, creates a timeless, deep and dramatic finish. Whether you cover the room or as a statement wall, paired with gold or brass ornaments, it’s a winner. Earl Place in Bridge of Weir has created a spectacular statement wall using this, with the modern take on a stag’s head for the finishing touch.
When people think of cowhide rugs, an outdated room from the 70s springs to mind. But they are coming back with a vengeance, you’ll be seeing them more and more heading into the winter months decor adding instant warmth to any room.
A cowhide rug in front of an open fire is the idyllic winter image. It’s both rustic and modern and the addition of a comfy armchair to sit on and admire the flames pulls the room together.
Whether it be real or faux, cowhide is a sure way to add instant glam into your home.
The perfect dining table can be hard to find if you are keen on entertaining. And by that I mean the odd party or boozy Sunday lunch more than belting out ABBA dancing on the table.
Bench seated tables are a sleek way of creating more space without cramping in the office chair or overcrowding the space you have. Whether you have a formal dining room or a small eat-in kitchen, using a bench instead of lots of chairs can be a great choice. Not only can it be more cost effective, but it can also make for a more adaptable seating arrangement.
There is many ways to restyle and spruce up your home, from a tight budget to no budget at all!