Flower Table

When it comes to design, small apartments are no longer an issue. We see more and more creative ideas with every passing day and a lot of designers stop and think of the final user’s preferences and possibilities. The Flower table comes from Fatih Can Sarioz, a talented industrial product designer. “Flower” is currently just a concept, but we are looking forward to the possibility of buying this product. Perfect for tight spaces or for some special events that require extra seats, such as a party or someone’s birthday, “Flower” is a must-have furniture item. When you are done using it, just pack it back together and store it in a closet. It is that easy. You can also check out a similar table design that was presented on Fresh Home last year
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Modern Country Bathroom

Modern country-styled bathroom

Modern country-styled bathroom

This bathroom combines warm cinnamon, spicy orange and sand in its colour palette. The walls are painted in Farrow & Ball, while the honey-coloured washbasin and cabinet are from Ikea. The towels and candles add citrus and spice colours to the room, complemented by the striped blind.

Jade bathroom

Jade bathroom

Starting with the idea of a soft, pretty mint green scheme, this ensuite is brought to life with mosaic tiles for the shower and a vanity unit painted to match. Even the limewash look wood-effect flooring has a hint of green. A walk-in shower keeps things practical whilst lights with a dimmer system next to the mirror can be altered for a relaxing soak or pampering illumination.

Small bathroom

Small bathroom

This bathroom makes the most of space with clever storage and pale colours. A Mark Maynard wire rack holds towels and toiletries, a gilded wooden wall-mounted stand from Cox & Cox stores soaps and bottles. The Fired Earth soft blue bath and Chadder & Co shower enhance the space, a table displays a basket with towels and a soap dish.

New England-style Georgian bathroom

New England-style Georgian bathroom

Raspberry patterned Colefax & Fowler wallpaper and cream tongue-and-grooving replace tiles to create a New England-style look in this Georgian bathroom. Antique bird prints in thick black and gold frames and a white bathroom suite give a traditional feel. The panelling creates a shelf where toiletries and plants are displayed. An antique chair is tucked into a window alcove for extra seating.

Small modern bathroom

Small modern bathroom

Natural stone colours and starfish and pebble decorations give a seaside feel. A Villeroy & Boch suite and Kohler taps give a modern edge. Shutters let light flood in but provide privacy when needed. A wooden vanity unit provides storage for towels and toiletries. A circular mirror echoes the basin shape and provides a focal point.

Cottage bathroom

Cottage bathroom

This small cottage bathroom is painted in neutral tones to maximise space and light. A contemporary suite with a round, surface-mounted basin and column taps contrasts with the original beams and traditional tongue-and-groove panelling around the bath. Tiles from Walton ceramics add colour, while a mirror with an ornate frame is decorative.

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Large and Colouful House on Portland Road in London

Those who love colors and would like to stand out from the crowd with their interior design, this London house on Portland Road is more than just a great piece of inspiration. Classic yet filled with life, each of the houses rooms comes in with a different color, while the furniture brings in the much needed contrast. With parquet flooring, a large living room and a wonderful kitchen-diner, the house seems crowded yet appealing in its very own way. Looks like Ken’s and Barbie’s House, don’t you think?Those who love colors and would like to stand out from the crowd with their interior design, this London house on Portland Road is more than just a great piece of inspiration. Classic yet filled with life, each of the houses rooms comes in with a different color, while the furniture brings in the much needed contrast. With parquet flooring, a large living room and a wonderful kitchen-diner, the house seems crowded yet appealing in its very own way. Looks like Ken’s and Barbie’s House, don’t you think?

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Eclectic Bedroom

Loft bedroom

Loft bedroom

The Morgan Sheridan bed in this loft conversion is raised so that great views through the windows can be enjoyed and it also creates ample storage space underneath. The scheme features many different shades of blue which contrast with the wooden flooring and window frames.

Highland bedroom

Highland bedroom

Vibrant Fair Isle-inspired quilts, throws and cushions are teamed with rustic furniture for a vintage look. Grey walls highlight a white Feather & Black wrought-iron bed dressed with a Catherine Tough patchwork throw and knits, some traditional, some updated with details like pompoms. A painting and baskets complete the look.

Vintage needlework bedroom

Vintage needlework bedroom

Antique styles of needlework in ivory, leaf and rose with subtle French knots and pintucks for texture create a pretty room. Pink walls, a patterned floral rug from The Rug Company, Leporello canopied bed and French-style furniture add romance. A Mark Maynard armoire provides elegant storage, a chandelier and gilded mirror are glamorous touches.

Loft bedroom

Loft bedroom

This bedroom has a pretty shabby-chic style created by mixing patterned fabrics and setting them against plain painted walls and ceiling. Pictoral curtain fabric from Vanessa Arbuthnott is teamed with a patchwork quilt and footsool, while an armchair is covered in a floral print. The original sloping wooden eaves are painted in a heritage white to highlight them, yet keep the space light and airy.

Eclectic country bedroom

Eclectic country bedroom

A Victorian-style iron bedstead is perfect for re-creating the farmhouse look. Choose rugs for warmth and comfort underfoot, especially if you ahve wooden floors. Wall lights free up space if you haven’t got room for large bedside tables.

New England-style blue bedroom

New England-style blue bedroom

This bedroom uses a backdrop of cornflower blue on the walls, with paint from Dulux. This is mixed with a painted bed frame from Feather & Black and cream duvet cover and pillows from Empire. The overall feel, has a soothing New England style.

Feminine bedroom

Feminine bedroom

For a feminine style, layer your bed with voile and lace. The impressive four-poster bed is from House of Fraser, set off by drapes from and a lace panel from Laura Ashley. The butterfly cushion is set against a duvet cover and pillowcases from Next.

Cottage bedroom

Cottage bedroom

Create some cottage charm in your bedroom, with white walls and tongue-and-groove panelling from Easipanel. Introduce striped vintage stripes with this blind and add a blue bedspread onto crisp, white bed linen from The White Company. Accessorise the room with toy sailing boats and metal signs, to emphasise the coastal theme.

Chinoiserie boudoir

Chinoiserie boudoir

You can opt for handpainted wallpaper but for a fraction of the cost you could commission a piece of wall art like this outstanding Chinoiserie-inspired flora and bird design for your bedroom. Choose a piece on MDF panels so it can be moved with you. Gilt mirrors, twinkling chandeliers, fringed shawls and sequin cushions keep this a firmly feminine boudoir.

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Contemporary Bedroom

Dramatic bedroom Dramatic bedroom

The striking navy wallpaper behind the bed co-ordinates with the stunning curtains in this elegant bedroom. Dark wood furniture adds to the sophisticated look, and tall mirrors behind the bedside tables are an eye-catching feature.

Hotel chic bedroom with blue screen Hotel chic bedroom with blue screenCreate an inviting enclosure around your bed by using a custom-made MDF screen. For a smart tailored look, cover the screen with grasscloth paper and finish with stud detailing. If the screen is a permanent addition, attach neat, jointed wall-mounted reading lights and handy built-in shelves. The bed is dressed symmetrically but kept snug with soft blankets and plump, boudoir cushions. A long ottoman at the end of the bed is a great place to store extra throws and ties in perfectly with the crisp feeling of the scheme.
Dual-purpose bedroom Dual-purpose bedroomA bedroom needs to feel calm but doesn’t mean it can’t work hard. Choosing the right storage is key. Go for a bed that has concealed storage underneath, then dress it with luxurious linens, pretty cushions and a co-ordinating throw.
Textured bedroom Textured bedroomTexture is a big trend, and where better to have touchy-feely wallpaper than in the bedroom? This amazing paper gives an impression of tactile hide; very seductive.
Glamorous red bedroom Glamorous red bedroomUse deep red as an accent colour for the accessories in a bedroom, then team with luxurious textures, fabrics and patterns- this will turn what is a simple space, into a glamorous boudoir.
Bedroom office Bedroom officeThe key to incorporating a workable home office in a bedroom scheme is to ensure that the work area is concealed. This clever shelving unit has been constructed to hide a neat study area behind it. The standard lamp from SCP can then be swung either side of the divide, for bedtime reading or working.
Calm bedroom Calm bedroomChoose a calm, cosy look for this bedroom, with crisp white linen and a faux-fur throw from Next. The carpet is from Kersaint Cobb and is a perfect backdrop for wooden furniture. Two panels of wallpaper with a silhouette design are hung behind the bed to bring the white walls to life.
Suede-effect bedroom Suede-effect bedroomSuede will add modern appeal to your bedroom. Accessories like a suede mirror frame from Next and storage boxes give soft texture. Or luxuriate with a faux-suede throw from Really Linda Barker or a cushion, for added style. Pretty blue patterned wallpaper and a rug add further softness.
Neutral bedroom Neutral bedroomThe bed, dressed with red and beige cushions and a tiger-print throw from John Lewis, makes a big statement in this small bedroom. The animal-print framed picture above the bed continues the theme.
Budget style bedroom Budget style bedroomAchieve a luxurious look for your bedroom on a budget. This room blends natural colours and texture effect. The cotton-upholstered bed is from Argos, teamed with a faux-fur throw. Combine this with faux-leather side tables and console table from Next for a touch of

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Classic Bedroom

White bedroom

White bedroom
The walls are painted white to give this modern bedroom a light and spacious feel, while the cream carpet and wooden bed add warmth. Venetian blinds and sheer curtain panels let light filter in. Framed pictures add a personal touch.

Traditional bedroom

Traditional bedroom
This room has timeless appeal, with a traditional iron bedstead from Feather & Black and the Victorian-inspired duvet cover and curtains from Dorma. The room is given a modern touch with white walls, while plum and gold throws add warmth.

Pale floral bedroom

Pale floral bedroom
For maximum flexibility, go for freestanding furniture that you can easily rearrange if you want a change. Choose classic, well-made furniture that will stand the test of time, and opt for drawers instead of shelves for a tidier look.

glam bedroom

Glam factor
A traditional Victorian-style bed is teamed with modern damask wallpaper and elegant curtains for a dramatic look that marries old and new styles. Shimmering fabrics add to the glam factor.

french style bedroom

French-style bedroom
An elegant upholstered bed takes centre stage in this sophistciated bedroom. Smart white painted furniture and lamps have a distinctive French-country style and layers of textured throws add to the luxurious look.

Floral bedroom

Floral bedroom
Use floral wallpaper in a rich plum from Osborne & Little, teamed with a dark-wood four-poster bed from Lombok. The duvet cover and pillowcases are from The White Company, which are offset by the vibrant coloured cushions.

Contemporary cream bedroom

Contemporary cream bedroom
This calming bedroom is further softened by a luxurious, Nicole Farhi silk quilt, while the cream colour scheme helps to open up the small space.

Classic bedroom

Classic bedroom
Soft texture and gentle accent colours bring a feeling of calm to a bedroom. Choose furniture and accessories in soothing shades of cream and taupe, like these bedside tables by Nordic Style. The pretty Chinese-style fabric of the bed throw adds colour and pattern to the neutral room and looks stunning against the crisp, white bed linen.

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