Urban gardens, pops of neon and pretty tiles...here are the images you have been loving on our feed
From lavish, overgrown city balconies to light and airy hallways, and from Navajo desert inspired looks to pops of neon, one thing’s for certain: we’re all ready to welcome spring.
Here are the 10 images – and trends – that have hit the spot in March.
A stunning tiled hallway that’s full of spring zing. The partition wall has been removed to create a seamless view through the house from front to the back, and has us ready to throw open the doors to welcome in warmer days.
Modern floor-to-ceiling library shelving draw the eye up in this tall space, while offering neat storage for favourite books and prized possessions. The design, by Harriet Anstruther, was created around that beautiful ladder salvaged from an old postal sorting office. Well, you have to start some where…
There’s nothing like a bit of Farrow & Ball’s Down Pipe to make a bold bright like this neon pink pop. Seductive and sophisticated, it’s a great backdrop for both punchy neons and black and white photography.
A TREE ON A BALCONY? WHY NOT.
Another summery shot, you’re clearly looking forward to sunnier days as much as we are! This terrace would make the perfect spot to escape city life with a glass of wine. Though compact, it’s been made to feel like an oasis with this wisteria, shrubbery and even a tree. Perhaps a botanical living wall wouldn’t go amiss?
Crittall-style has officially stepped into the shower. From Crittal-style shower screens to the gorgeous steel and glass walls shown here, they’re the perfect way of dividing a space without interrupting the flow.
Statement ceilings are all the rage. Seen as a fifth wall, they offer a blank canvas for decorating while not being too in-your-face. Here, a parquet wood ceiling creates a classic, elegant look.
Navajo style has made it from America’s deserts into our homes. Teamed with a Berber rug, ethnic prints and a cactus overload, this orange sofa creates a hot, sunny contrast in sumptuous velvet.