Trends We Love: Orange

As October swiftly rolls on, leaves continue to turn a familiar russet brown before letting go of the stems that carried them through spring and summer , returning to Mother Earth’s fertile soil. Autumn isn’t only about decaying vegetation however, it’s also a nuovo inizio , a new school year …

Trends We Love: Futurism

Futurism was an art movement that began in the early 20th century, where it sought to capture the century’s turn into an epoque of dynamism, modernity and speed. The Futurists, much like your latest Reddit thread, were well-versed in all the freshest developments in science, technology and philosophy. The futurists …

Trends We Love: Gold

When we think of gold, it’s Egyptian Pharaohs, deities, precious metals and even the latest Macbook air that come to mind. To incorporate this ostentatious colour into your interior, however, your home doesn’t need to resemble an eighteenth century baroque abbey, a semi-detached filled with Ikea furniture will work too. …

Trends We Love: Optical Illusions

Our eyes are our windows to the ‘truth’, yet we forget how these windows are actually only reinterpreting a reality, and imagination can easily fog up these apertures into the soul. Whether you’re a free-spirited daydreamer or control-freak, t he boundary between real and imagined changes more frequently than immigration …

Trends We Love: Bohemian Daydream

Boho is for the travellers, actors, readers, dreamers and writers, or quite simply for those hoping to spruce up their homes! The bohemian lifestyle is all about the moment, living in the present, and celebrating those fleeting sentiments that fill our days. So if you’re look to embrace the unconventional, …

Trends We Love: Paintings Under €50

When making a house a home, or an office a motivational haven, nothing quite finishes a space like a piece of art. Art has been proven to make you more intelligent, whilst simultaneously relaxing our overworked neurons. The art market, however, has long been associated with high-profile auctions, intimidating galleries …

Trends We Love: Portraits

Portraiture dates back to the maths -inventing, pyramid-building and medicine-experimenting days of ancient Egypt, where artists used portraits to depict the power and importance of their subjects. Although nowadays we’re constantly armed with the ability to photograph our subjects, t his doesn’t diminish portraiture’s potency in the contemporary art world. …

Trends We Love: Abstract Art

Abstract art is like a visual language without grammar; no rules, no mistakes, no need to think too much about it. Contrary to what the haughty gallerists or art aficionados tell you, abstract art is actually incredibly accessible and is the perfect starting point for any budding collectors. Even if …

Trends We Love: Nature Paintings

Home décor serves not only to display your tastes, personality or all the alpaca rugs you bought during that life-changing gap year in Peru; it can whisk you away on a trip through space and time. During these past few months of staring at the walls of our interiors, I’m sure we have all learnt one thing; nature is underrated. There is a reason hipster millennials have cheese plants and succulents sprouting out of every crevice in their homes, rearing their thirsty heads at every corner (like your exes in your DMs during those dry quarantine months); plants are great.