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How to decorate your smallest spaces

Whether you’re restyling a small but perfectly proportioned apartment or bringing a forgotten cloakroom back to life, it’s easy to be tempted by traditional whites when decorating these smaller spaces. But this can create a dull finish which lacks imagination! Darker shades and richer colours create a real sense of intimacy, so be bold and… read more

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Trend alert – why we are nuts for neon

Neon gas was discovered by Scottish Nobel Prize-winning chemist William Ramsay between 1894-98 and became a fixture of the urban landscape around the world after French scientist Georges Claude used it to create a light – he popularised the neon sign in the 1920s, starting in Paris. By the 1930s Manhattan and Brooklyn alone had in the region of 20,000 of them, most of them… read more

The Chromologist 2017 | Farrow & Ball

The Chromologist