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Talking colour and plants with London Terrariums’ Emma Sibley

A stone’s throw from south London’s congested Old Kent Road is a colourful little haven for people who love plants. London’s only terrarium shop – aptly called London Terrariums – began life on owner Emma Sibley’s kitchen table, before migrating to a studio in Bermondsey and finally putting its roots down in one of London’s most urban corners. The… read more


Communist colour palettes

There’s a definite contemporary appetite for design from the cold war-era, which has revealed itself in myriad ways. From the existence of (modern) Ostel hotel and hostel in Berlin, which is housed in a bright GDR building and decorated only with cold war-era furniture and kitsch wallpaper in various browns. To the fact that Wes Anderson’s film sets… read more


Ask The Designer: Vanessa Hurley-Perara of

We sat down with Vanessa Hurley-Perara, Chief Product Officer at, to uncover the inspiration behind their most popular designs,  this year’s latest interiors trends, and essential tips when choosing new furniture. As Chief Product Officer at, you must always be on the lookout for the latest trends when it comes to furniture and interiors,… read more

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The Chromologist 2017 | Farrow & Ball

The Chromologist