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Wave – Wooden Flooring Collection

Wave – Wooden Flooring Collection 0 By Vania on September 25, 2015 Flooring Wave is a collection of wooden flooring designed by Massimo Broglio for Corà Parquet. Inspired by non-rectified planks of Nordic Countries. Wave is a creative pre-finished European Oak flooring inspired by

The best of The List: Lighting

The List, our online directory of design professionals, is now live. Whether you’re searching for an interior designer, architect, garden designer, curtain maker or lighting specialist, look no further than The List. If you provide a bespoke service, we would love to hear from

Alan Titchmarsh: What do you call your sitting room?

Learning the names that families use for their sitting room has offered plenty of amusement over the past couple of weeks. Much seems to depend on the part of the country and the social aspiration of the household. Her Majesty the Queen, at Buckingham

Turn to the dark side with black interiors

As residents of the northern hemisphere, we’ve been conditioned to welcome as much sunlight as possible into our homes, and that includes the use of pale colours to illuminate a room. So it’s hard to put that to one side and consider a dark

Ideas for living rooms

    Need a little living room inspiration? From colour ideas to living room design, we have hundreds of stylish living room pictures to inspire. Do remember that living room decorating doesn’t have to be grand (we’re talking to you,  small living room owners). A simple feature wall,

Carpet Trends 2016 / 2017 – Designs & Colors

There is one major event that dictates the trends for a season 2016 – 1017 in the sphere of textile, rugs and flooring and that is the Domotex exhibition in Hanover. This leading event in the world of carpeting and rugs market is becoming more

How to create a kitchen garden

Plan your design, planting scheme and finishing touches to reap the benefits of a kitchen garden.​ What’s the difference between a kitchen garden and a vegetable patch? Well, the biggest difference is that the kitchen garden, or potager, is both productive and beautiful. A

A Brooklyn brownstone inspired by an opium den

At first glance, the Brooklyn home of Tracy Hurley Martin has all the standard ingredients of a stylish town house: elegant proportions, period mouldings and a cohesive mix of vintage pieces and antiques. But look a little closer, and you might spot something more

Sunshine state of mind

As the executive director of Design Miami, Rodman Primack is playing a key role in the transformation of a city once more associated with sun-worshippers and senior citizens into an international centre of design and art As the sun prepares to set over Key Biscayne

Solid Wood Flooring Trends – Colors, Textures and Designs

Turns out in one wooden floor there is so much more than one can imagine. Not only its debt, softness of tactile sensation, the variation in color:  from the warm, inviting amber – to the coal black of the earth. Not only its stylish