Reflect the glowing colours of autumn – rich browns and reds – in decor, for a truly seasonal look.
As the nights draw in, people start wondering how to brighten up their north-facing homes once again. But is it harder to sell a north-facing house and should you buy one?
The Fromental Framed Fragments show is an opportunity to watch a master at work, and to take home some wall art of your own
Ecora is an England’s Lane eco-flooring specialist with a showroom stuffed with ethical homewares and handmade pieces from independent suppliers says co-director Jeandré du Toit.
No longer for rusty tools and forgotten bikes, a fancy shed is the new must-have for any garden. You just need to decide which family member gets the monopoly on its use.
From shopping for antiques to eyeing up new interiors trends or discovering experimental design and hidden architecture, here’s what’s on in north London this month for interiors and design fans.
There’s an array of new tomes full of inspiring north London homes and gardening for you to display on your coffee table or flick through for autumn inspiration.
Carly Madhvani of NW3 Interiors shares her favourite places in Hampstead to spend time and get inspiration for her interior design business.
Get back to school (or your desk) in style with the best in covetable office ware from these north London outlets. Whether a brand new notebook, resplendent with possibility, or a set of freshly sharpened pencils arranged just so, there’s something super satisfying about new stationery.
Your students halls needn’t be depressing. Read our budget friendly guide to turning your rented room from blah to brilliant
David Malik lives in East Finchley with his wife and young child. He is currently studying for a PhD in African Art History at SOAS and the V and A as well as dealing in African art. He specialises in work from central Africa, in particular the Democratic Republic of Congo and also from Sierra Leone. He discusses four of his favourite pieces that he will be selling at Tribal Art London.
Fancy living like the fashion elite? Well now you can claim a little of David Bowie, Paul Smith and Yasmin and Simon le Bon’s interior decor style in this Dartmouth Park house.
If you want to demolish a wall, start by establishing what sort of wall it is.
Renting is no longer for scruffy students and early 20s sharers. The modern yuppie who in days of yore would likely have bought is now just as likely to be renting well into their 30s. Here’s how they can make a temporary abode feel like a grown up home.
Bring a scent of the summer into your home with these delicious seasonal candles and diffusers.
Forget gold-plated fittings and chintzy opulence; if you want to attract a super high end tenant stick to luxury neutrals and the latest technology for the ultimate stealth wealth look.
London’s families are losing out on 15 hours of fun to laundry, but luckily there’s a modern technology-enabled solution
No longer the preserve of grannies with silver vanity sets, the dressing table is being reinstated as a patch of sacred personal space with a host of sleek and stylish new designs. We round up the best for all age groups as well as the best beauty products to display on them.
It’s time for a style samba at home, as Rio puts jungle prints and flamboyant carnival colour on the decor map.
Stepping under a cascading shower can be one of the most luxurious feelings in the world. But turning the shower on to be greeted with a pathetic little trickle can be one of the most frustrating and disappointing experiences!
Don’t subject your marital home to a boring John Lewis list. Here are five alternative - and local - options to suit every north London couple looking to decorate their love nest.
Stone was tipped as a winner back in 2015, and has amply fulfilled its promise to bring drama, luxury and personality to rooms.
Shamed by a half-finished attempt to make her own curtains, Bridget Galton finds salvation in an online bespoke blind-making service.
Bring centre court tennis style to your interiors with these Wimbledon inspired home decor tips.
What’s the biggest problem for north London cyclists? No, it’s not air pollution or left turning lorries but where to keep your bike when you’re not riding it. We round up the best solutions to avoid both theft and grazed shins from battling the bikes in a narrow period property hallway.
Men are showing more interest in decor , inspired by mid 20th century and industrial design
Use the long days and warm (hopefully) weather to plan and build your garden patio or decking.
What to buy the man who has everything? It’s not as hard as you might think with our fathers’ day gift guide, which has been geographically targeted for north London dads.
Colour may be cool currently – but if you prefer to dance to a different decor tune, and yearn for light-filled, calm, easy-on-the-eye rooms, then a white palette’s the obvious choice.
Don’t scrimp on your survey. It’s the biggest thing saving you from a bad buying experience.