Decor ideas for tiny spaces are becoming a new trend in this year. For many city dwellers small space living is the only option. Nevertheless it does not mean that should be less stylish and modern. Check 5 most impressing ideas for small spaces with will change your home.
1. Corner photos
You can use this idea to make your small living room look bigger. Two small corners are all you need to create your own-made gallery.
Dark colors make spaces look smaller. It is happen because dark colors absorb light instead of reflecting it. If you have a small space in your home you can not use this technique! Using bright light colors for your floor and wall make the room feel more airy.
You know very well this rule form your clothing, it will work the same with your small space! Just choose striped rug and your room will look longer than before.
Good placing of your mirrors can reflect light and make every space look much more bigger.
Original shapes and patterns draws the eye upwards makes a room look bigger. Try this trick in your small spaces.
Explore our pinterest board for more inspirations. Get more ideas for your projects and find functional, stylish and sizable lighting choices
Wallpapers are one of the most important details in any home design, so we have some home design ideas for you regarding this important detail. We wanted to bring you some home design ideas by Decorex London 2015 edition and we did. The Paper Partnership are delighted to be exhibiting at Decorex for the first time in 2015. With several brands and many exciting new collections to introduce, The Partnership’s stand is a destination not to be missed.
Geoff Salliss, Business Development Manager for The Paper Partnership, comments: “We are proud to be exhibiting alongside so many renowned design companies at Decorex. We already have a strong international distribution network in place, but we are keen to further develop the many opportunities here in the UK, and to introduce our exclusive wallpaper collections at this bustling hub of Interior Design.”
The Paper Partnership, based in Sussex, encompasses a flourishing family of six diverse wallpaper brands:
Grandefiore brings together bygone techniques and artisan designs in a contemporary and relevant fashion, introducing a fresh style. It captures the romance and style of European waterways, the people and culture that surround them.
The colour palettes cleverly integrate neutral tones with splashes of colour, to give each of the eclectic and abstract designs an opportunity to stand out.
University of Oxford
The Paper Partnership are proud to present the Archives collection of wallpaper designs, created in collaboration with the University of Oxford.
A wealth of motifs and archive resources feature, including college coats of arms, stripes and old photographs, all of which have enabled us to create unique wallpaper designs with an authentic provenance.
The designs draw inspiration from Oxford’s magnificent buildings and their structural and decorative materials; from beautiful oak panelling to the golden hues of Clipsham limestone and the curved outlines of ornamental ironwork.
Elizabeth Ockford, renowned designer and artist, creates unique and inspirational signature collections exclusively for The Paper Partnership.
Elizabeth is a talented and innovative artist with infectious energy. She works from her studio in the Sussex countryside, creating designs that relate closely to her rural surroundings, and which demonstrate her love of colour and nature.
Elizabeth will be at Decorex to preview her very latest collection, Chelwood, and to showcase her first range Birchgrove Gardens, which launched in May of this year.
Smith & Fellows captures archival and historic designs that reflect the refinement and heritage of the past. Only the finest materials are used, to create sophisticated designs that enhance both contemporary and classic interiors. We work with world-leading designers, colourists and mills to produce inspirational wallcoverings with international appeal.
Little Luxuries captures the essence of the English countryside, with intricate floral designs beautifully hand-drawn in our Sussex studios.
Feminine and delicate, Little Luxuries embraces the country house style and introduces a medley of contemporary colours and classic designs, inspired by nature.
Only Walls introduces stylised patterns and abstract florals with a contemporary interpretation, featuring sophisticated colour palettes and striking graphic elements.
Using cutting-edge design, print and production techniques, Only Walls is quickly establishing a strong reputation in the interior design market.
The Paper Partnership’s Headquarters are in the UK, nestled in the idyllic Sussex countryside. Our dedicated Team manage all aspects of the business from here, including Design, Sales & Marketing, Warehousing & Distribution.
The Paper Partnership’s Design Team have extensive experience of working exclusively with the world’s leading mills. Whether developing traditional papers with the oldest mill in the UK, or working with state-of-the-art European and US manufacturers, our designers have an in-depth knowledge of all production methods and technologies. This synergy ensures that we produce wallpapers of outstanding design, quality and reputation.
View the full range of brands and collections at: www.thepaperpartnership.co.uk
The Paper Partnership at Decorex 2015,
Source: Inspirations & Ideas
The Holiday season is truly a fantastic time of the year and this kind of installations just make it feel so much more magical and dreamy. To get some extra inspirations see these fantastic Christmas decorations!
Mulberry at Harrods, London
“Mulberry’s Christmas fairy tale began with a trip to the English countryside for art director and set designer Shona Heath who transformed five of Harrod’s iconic windows into a snow-covered woodland wonderland complete with life-size creatures, a frozen lake and more than one Mulberry tree – building on the brand’s logo signature”
Tiffany & Co, New York
“Across the pond, rows of white townhouses sit pristinely within Tiffany & Co’s famed Fifth Avenue windows. Evening streetscapes dusted with snow flurries, Tiffany blue boxes and, of course, those twinkling jewels make up the enchanted scenes”
“Always thinking with our stomachs, we were particularly enchanted by Selfridges’ appetizing gingerbread reproduction of London, called ‘Lost London’ and designed in collaboration with food architects Bompas & Parr, Biscuiteers and Tate Lyle”
“Honouring the legacy of José Pérez de Rozas, the Spanish house’s creative director from 1945-78, Loewe’s Christmas windows revive his theatrical style with stage-set windows, featuring raised curtains, gilded arches and performing animals, just as de Rozas displayed his collections in the 1940s.”
“Selfridges sought to make gift giving even easier this Christmas by showcasing giant versions of its ultimate ‘Wish List’, from Kenzo sweatshirts to Mixr headphones by Beats by Dre, to Givenchy’s star high-tops (complete with in-shoe ski slope) and even Play Doh – the new adult stress reliever, don’t you know”
Source: Wallpaper Magazine
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