Do you move or improve? It’s the age-old quandary faced by homeowners across the country. If you do decide to invest in your home, it’s important to make the right choices to create a stylish update, which will be reflected in the value of your property. In the consumer edition of the Interior Design Yearbook 2019, we discuss adding value to your own home with some clever design tips.
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Featured in the press: If carefully planned, lighting not only provides functional illumination, it also plays a vital role in setting the tone and mood of a space. In the Design Chapters of the Interior Design Yearbook 2020 Consumer Edition, Ros discusses what to consider for lighting within the home.
Featured in the press: The consumer edition of the Interior Design Yearbook 2020 features our elegant Carlton Hill residential project. This 5,000 sq. ft. stucco-fronted Victorian property in St John’s Wood has been completely refurbished to allow for a refined yet functional home with generous entertaining spaces, stylish guest accommodation and excellent storage.