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On Wednesday, we ventured down to Focus 18, part of The London Design Festival.
The lazy summer months have left to welcome September with open arms, and more importantly The London Design Festival.
Going back to work may mean you no longer have the time to completely renovate your home, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t have a bit of a refresh. Each new season provides the perfect opportunity to redesign your home a little and Autumn is quickly approaching. With the kids back to school, you back at work and the fact we’re almost on the run up to Christmas (it’s September, we’re now officially allowed to say the C-word) you may find it impossible to find the time for a refurb.
Lights, camera, action! Window shutters have played a major role in cinema since the birth of the big screen.
The Royal Academy’s Summer Exhibition is in full flow and with Grayson Perry at the helm it’s looking suitably vibrant and striking for the 250th birthday celebrations.
Summer for parents all around the world, not just in London, is one of those spaces of time where all of their considerable skills in patience, cheffing, chauffeuring, and a professional standard of hide and seek capabilities is demanded of them.
A dream houseboat, a Russian Doll-style house, a couple of Chicago Cubs fanatics and an aquarium are just a few of the wondrous examples of lovable interior design and architecture insanity that awaits you in Netflix’s ‘Amazing Interiors’.
In the wake of Channel 4’s announcement that the man himself, Kevin McCloud, will be gracing our screens yet again for another extraordinary season of Grand Designs, Netflix has shown up as a surprise competitor for our attention.
The way London’s weather’s been acting at the moment, it seems that fortune favours the weekender. With temperatures hitting 31 degrees last weekend, it should be the law to soak up some rays in the sun. But some of us haven’t worked on our garden game for some time. Here are five simple ways to get your garden feeling a little more like the summer paradise it’s meant to be.
Light it up!