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Four of the best entrance hallways

It's one of the most difficult spaces to style, yet is one of the first things that visitors see when they walk through your front door. Tight spaces, tricky proportions and challenges with natural light mean that nailing a beautiful entrance hall is a tough interiors project.

Couple the aesthetic challenges that with the fact that entrance halls need to be practical, have to stand up to plenty of wear and tear and often need clever storage for a busy family. That's why ingenuity and creativity are key when designing your entrance hall.

We've sourced four fantastic examples of entrance halls that deliver on both practicality and style and are bursting with design inspiration.

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From 'natural slate' to 'warm pewter', 'gunmetal' to 'fossil', 'Purbeck stone' to 'Mole's breath' (yes, really!), greys come in all manner of shades. It is one of the most versatile colours that compliments a wide variety of other hues and suits so many interiors styles. Yet to achieve a successful colour scheme with grey that avoids looking dreary involves a few clever tricks... 

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Prime your palette

17/05/2016 12:58

When it comes to colour, the most stylish way to step into summer this year is by going back to basics. Yellow and blue were firm favourites on the spring/summer 2016 catwalks and when it comes to interiors, the rules are simple: go big and go bold. 

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Dark and dramatic, light and summery, bold and invigorating, or glossy and luxurious, bedrooms are one of the most personal rooms in the house where your individual style can really sing. So don't be tempted to play it safe, allow your creativity to shine and let us help with the finishing touches....

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Our previous post looked at inspirational living spaces, now we want to show you how to get the four looks with pieces from the Atkin and Thyme collections. 

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Whether you're plotting a complete redesign, or simply want to inject a breath of fresh air into your living space, we have plenty of design inspiration from our favourite interiors styles...

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Whether you’re struck by dread at the prospect of another year without so much as a text of acknowledgement, or giddy in anticipation of a romantic weekend away with your loved one; few dates divide opinion quite like 14th February. Yet, Valentine’s Day has become such a popular celebration that there’s little chance of avoiding the annual high street invasion of hearts, slushy poems and cupid’s arrows. 

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A monochromatic decorating style works perfectly for rooms of all shapes and sizes, by way of white walls to reflect light and black accents for added definition. Mix and match textures within the same colour palette to achieve harmony and depth.

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Everything has its own place’ is how the old adage goes but we know that organising the home office (and the Self!) especially post-Christmas is easier said than done! Anyone who works from home will know that it is a skill in itself. A little bit of occasional upkeep is required in order to stay sane, stimulated and in love with your office-come-happy home. We thought we’d share with you some of our simple tips on how to find the balance and how to create a fluid working space that performs both aesthetic ally and functionally.

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This winter the V&A is holding its India Festival. Inspired by the exhibition, we thought we would take a look at the traditions and techniques to be found in the fabric and furniture from the country and some of the pieces inspired by India in our collection.

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