TONE ON TONE on Instagram: “It's topiary time! So obsessed with these galvanized Tetbury Riveted Planters from Garden Trading Company. And the pair of sweet bay laurel…”
3,182 Likes, 98 Comments - TONE ON TONE (@loithai) on Instagram: “It's topiary time! So obsessed with these galvanized Tetbury Riveted Planters from Garden Trading…”
Swedish/French Style Victorian House Tour
I've been hunting for a house tour to share with you that demonstrates how neutral faded florals can give the wow-factor, and this Victoria...
KiM on Instagram: “Sometimes all it takes is a perfectly executed vignette. By @hauslove. I shared more photos of this home on the blog today (will link to…”
The Best Grey Front Door Paint Colours
I'm often asked for my recommendations for the best grey paint colours. Your first thought should be: where will you be using the paint ? I...
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8 Unusually Beautiful Front Door Colors You’d Never Think to Try
When it comes to kicking up your curb appeal, there’s one particular project that pays off: Painting the front door. It’s easy, it’s inexpensive, and it has a magical way of transforming the way your entire home looks. Red, white, black and navy are great choices if you’re after a classic look. But to really turn heads when people walk or drive by, try on one of these unusual shades.
Moduleo Impress Luxury Vinyl Tile (LVT) Flooring
Moduleo Impress Luxury Vinyl Tiles offer some of the most realistic LVT flooring available, with their registered embossed texture following the lines, groves and knots of natural wood the Impress range gives the beauty of luxurious wood with all the benefits of LVT. Our Glasgow showroom is one of the few in Scotland with the entire range of Moduleo flooring.
A Brief History of the Hospitality Pineapple
King Charles II of England posing for his royal portrait while being gifted a pineapple by the Royal Gardener, John Rose, 1675. My parents used to live in Hawaii on a military base, where almost all of the door knockers were pineapples. I always assumed that the “welcome pineapple” or door and foyer adornments depicting pineapples, etc., had to do with the lively culture of Hawaii — wrong! I was delighted to find a much richer history when I did some digging.