Love that style - Japandi - Scandinavian Hygge/Lagom

Japandi, Scandinavian Hygge and Lagom are some of the latest interior design styles for 2020 and could be just what you're looking for if you have a new residential or commercial space to decorate and are lacking inspiration. Described as a fusion between the Japanese design aesthetic of minimalism and Scandinavian style, with Japandi interior design the focus is on creating interiors with neutral tones, quality furniture and clean lines. With similar principles used for styling Japanese and Scandinavian interiors, merging the two concepts to develop the Japandi design trend was a natural transition.

Love that style - Nautical, Bohemian or Boho Chic

Whether you're bored with your interior or have a new home or commercial space you'd like to transform, nautical, bohemian or boho chic could be the perfect style for you in 2020. The beauty of these interior design styles is how seamlessly you can combine new, vintage and recycled furniture, artwork and soft furnishings to achieve an effortlessly relaxed, comfortable and chic look. While all of these interior design themes are versatile and can be personalised to suit individual tastes, there are some key elements each have in common, if you're interested in using these styles to reinvent your space.

Bring LOVE into your HOME with FLOWERS

There's no better way to enhance your home interior than with flowers. Flowers are great to elevate your mood and the scent of fresh flowers not only keeps your home smelling wonderful, these often evoke memories of time spent outdoors amongst nature, especially if you decorate your home with wildflowers or native blooms.

Home is where your heart is - Decorating trends for 2020

If you're looking for interior design inspiration to transform your home in 2020, here are some of the latest decorating trends. While these design concepts will help you to make the most of your personal space, individuality is also strongly emphasised this year, from custom feature pieces to DIY crafting and unusual furnishings.

Five benefits of living walls

Living walls or green walls are the perfect addition to your internal or external space for both aesthetic, financial and health reasons. These vertical gardens are ideal if you have limited space, which doesn't allow much room for the more traditional horizontal alternative. The only pre-requisite for a living wall, either inside or out, is the space must be well lit for the plants to thrive. There are many different types of green walls you can install, from an internal herb garden to an external climbing vine trellis, depending on your tastes, environment and the level of maintenance required. So you can see how a living wall can enhance your space, we've highlighted five benefits below:

Outside to inside - bring nature into your home

Spending time in nature has been proven to be good for your mental health, so why not incorporate nature in your home interior to enhance your decor and help you to relax and de-stress? Natural elements in your home can be added in a multitude of ways, from plants and artwork through to furniture, cushions and wallpaper. To make it easier for you to bring the outside inside, we've provided some handy tips below.