If you are on the verge of a deep Spring Clean in your Chigwell, Loughton or Woodford property it is a good opportunity to see what you might want to change. Luxury interiors can really make your house feel like your home especially if you have just moved to Chigwell, Loughton or Woodford.
This year the trends are still with elite Stone says interior designer Michael Smith Boyd. "Our fascination with natural materials and the visual texture they add to our interiors will continue. Natural stones, quartzite, and, even terrazzo, used in unexpected categories, merge luxury and practicality in a way that makes indulgence a little more palatable."
His thoughts are echoed by Justine Macfee another interior designer who says -"I am currently coveting anything in natural stone with a modern line. I love the idea of an all-Calacatta marble dining table mixed with a lighter weight dining chair to juxtapose visual weight in a dining space. Make that chair a vintage lightweight rattan piece, and you have a combination that feels refined, but still casual and cool."
Founder and creative director of Oh Joy! Joy Cho says - "A trend I see in furniture is a move towards handmade, custom pieces. People want to know the stories of where their pieces came from. They want to know who made it and what process was involved.” So adding a new piece of well-sourced furniture to your Loughton, Woodford or Chigwell home could be a good move alongside your luxury Spring clean.
If your bedroom is your pride and joy or you are looking for some luxury in your bedroom when you move to Chigwell, Loughton or Woodford you will be delighted to hear that it is fine to make it really snug. “There are so many things going on in the world, and we desire to feel nurtured and protected when we are sleeping and/or relaxing. Lots of upholstered headboards and footboards will be sheathed in comfortable textiles that feel like a warm hug," says interior designer Joy Moyler.