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Hallways are often neglected when it comes to interior design. Despite the fact that most won't fit furniture, the small details can make a big difference. Think of how art, lighting or a standout rug might improve your hall areas...
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This Valentine's day you can go glam without going over the top in red and pink! This bedroom by Decor Gold designs finds the sweet spot, mixing girly elements into a monochrome colour palette. Oversized blooms on the walls might just be better than the real thing - they will stick around to beautify your home for years to come!
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To get a polished look for your gallery wall, pick a theme or colour scheme to link the different pieces. This example shows some strong, graphic pieces with a bit of vintage kitsch, all drawn together by dominant colours black, white and red. Try to mix it up and have fun with it!
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Bathroom design is all about the small details, bringing personality to what is often a clinical, all-white room. This classic yet fresh room has incorporated a grey subway-tiled feature wall, copper coloured tapware and towel rails, patterned floor tile, and blush towels.
Pic: Home Beautiful
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Not just for grandma's any more, cane and wicker furniture are making a comeback! Perfect for summer, these lightweight materials are being used in sleek angular styles, perfect for the modern home.
Pic: Serena & Lily
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Neutrals are perfect for the basics of a home... but if you want an easy way to give your life a bit of extra pep, surround yourself with pops of bright colour. One or two well-chosen statement items can really lift a space, and your mood at the same time!
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✨ A new year is like an undecorated room, a blank slate ready for you to transform into something beautiful! Happy 2017 from the Interior Design Academy ✨
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Show off your styling talents this season by blending current trends into your holiday decor. This pretty table setting uses natural foliage (use eucalyptus for an aussie twist!) as well as mixed metallics to create a relaxed yet festive vibe. Take pics and add to your portfolio!
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For those who aren't wild about bright colours like red and green invading their carefully curated interiors, another option is using touches of metallics like silver, gold and copper. These add a fun festive touch to the holiday period and brighten up a neutral colour palette.✨❄️
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We love finding inspiration in all the different ways that people can interpret the "christmas" theme, and this example of a scandi-inspired table setting is just perfect! The colour combo of red, white and wooden works well with the existing neutral furniture, keeping it bright and festive ❤️🎄
Pic: TLife Creative
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