With 2021 well underway, there’s no better time to take a closer look at the upcoming interiors trends for the year. With many of us stuck at home for much of 2020, interiors have been more important than usual – and if you haven’t completed a DIY job, given your home a fresh lick of paint or rearranged the furniture, you’re probably the odd one out. So, when it comes to the new year, what kinds of trends are we likely to see appearing, and what will we see repeating from previous years?
With the UK in the midst of a second lockdown, you might be thinking about some of the home improvements you can be doing right now. DIY and home improvements skyrocketed during the first lockdown back in March, with research suggesting that households were spending an average of £4,000 on home improvements during lockdown.
Is your bedroom looking like less of a place of tranquil relaxation and more a messy heap that’s a complete afterthought? Have you got ample space but no idea what to do with it? Does your bedroom need a brand-new design overall to create that ideal space for you to rest your head? Well, here at Panarama, we know a few things about bedroom interior design.
As the cold weather dies down and the sun begins to slowly return, it feels as if there is a certain something in the atmosphere – spring is on its way. Months of snuggling up by the fire are finally coming to an end and for some, this signifies one thing only: the dreaded spring clean! But why not make this year’s clean different from the rest and have a complete overhaul of your beloved sleeping space? Continue reading →
Even the most outgoing, social people need a place to be by themselves. Your bedroom should be a haven of tranquillity, a place to curl up with a good book, zone out and watch some TV, or simply relax away from the world. Alone time is important, and it can be difficult to come by, especially if you have children, or a large family.
Most years, the UK suffers from difficult weather in the winter months. There could be heavy snows in December or torrential storms in the New Year on their way. It’s sensible to protect your home against further bouts of extreme weather whilst you still have time this autumn. With winter quickly on its way, here are five suggestions for keeping your home cosy and warm.
Who doesn’t want more space in their homes? Most people will say that yes, they wish their home or room was bigger than it actually is, but they don’t want to have to refurbish it in order to create the space they always envisioned in their minds.
The bedroom is surely one of the most important rooms in the home. This is where you can relax, unwind and escape from a long day at work. No matter what style you choose for your bedroom, accessories and soft furnishings are a great way of personalising the space and putting your own stamp on the room. We’ve compiled a list of a few of the ways you can make your bedroom reflect your personality.
The bedroom has to be one of the most important rooms of the home. This is the room where you can unwind and relax after a hard day at work, it’s the room where you may open stocking presents with the kids on Christmas Day morning, and it’s the room where you read your favourite, dog-eared book. Considering how important it is, it is surely essential that the room is decorated so that it evokes the emotions and feelings that you want it to. So, we shall take a look at which colours you can use in your bedroom for different feelings.
Have you ever stood and looked at your bedroom and decided you don’t like it anymore? Have you looked around and found yourself wanting to change everything about it? This is a sign you are ready for a bedroom refurbishment.
It’s happened to all of us at one time – but what are the signs telling you to refurbish your bedroom? Here are a few to look out for. Continue reading →