I found myself today in a well known designer trade outlet store lusting after the amazing array of brightly coloured handbags – which one do I choose? I loved them all! How do I choose the ONE? So I held them up against myself in the mirror to see which ONE felt and looked right for me, just as you would with a CrushCube. Look at the style and colours in your space and choose ONE that feels right for you ‘cos once you’ve got that cube in your space you’ll smile every time you see it and use it – just like that fav handbag – beautiful and practical at the same time!
Just had to include these wonderful colourful images – apologies for not knowing where they were originally sourced:( On such a dull and cold day images like those above ooze with warmth and sunshine! Enjoy!
If you want to create your own year round ‘heatwave’ check out http://www.crush-cube.co.uk/view_category.php?category_id=5 or create your own at http://www.crush-cube.co.uk/create_a_crushcube.php – happy designing x
Accessorises can make or break the whole ambience and ethos of a space.
As an interior accessory CrushCube adds a splash of colour, texture, originality, creativity and style as well as having a purpose. The beauty of CrushCube is not merely visual! The zipped cover means you can restyle your CrushCube without having to start from scratch with fabrics of your choice from this decade or from time gone past. Contact inspired@crushinteriors for more details or have fun on the interactive page on our website crush-cube.co.uk .
This new retro/vintage range is fused with contemporary fabrics to create an original seat/small table.
After a lovely country kitchen dinner at The Pig Hotel, Dorset we retired to the lounge where I took this photograph of the trompe l’oeil plaster work. I think it looks fab and is a precursor of the whole place. Here is how the owners describe the hotel –
‘Home grown in every way – breaking the mould of designed boutique hotels, daring to be comfortable in its own skin, working with what it has and recognising what is good about that. It isn’t perfect, its warm, relaxed, comfy, interesting, and homely with muted colours, a bit shabby chic and evolved rather than interior designed –actually we have recycled a lot of stuff – restoring and reconditioning pieces but adding twists and quirks here and there. Sitting areas have big chairs and squashy sofas, roaring fires in winter and a relaxed bar to hang out in.’