Gothic Style Guide

With its roots in Roman and Medieval Architecture, Gothic Interior Design is heavily influenced by the ornate patterns and materials found in these two ecclesiastical styles, such as stained and ornately carved timbers, stained glass and wrought iron. Gothic design was initially popular c. 1150 to 1550 and later saw a revival in the late…

Scandinavian Style Guide

Nordic design embodies three key characteristics: simplicity, minimalism and functionality. The core value behind this design movement is that beautiful designs should not be a luxury afforded only to the rich, but accessible to all. The Scandinavian interior design style first became popular in the 1950s and is still going strong today. Read on for…

Guest Post: The Insider’s Guide to Buying Sheepskin Rugs – Hides of Excellence Australia

Luxurious sheepskin rugs make the ideal accessory in a living room, dining room or even in a bedroom. Imagine stepping onto a warm, soft sheepskin rug first thing in the morning. Buying this type of rug is quite easy to do especially if you shop online. Choose from different sizes, shapes and styles to suit any room…

Inspirational Art: Creating A Decorating Scheme Inspired by Art

The best way to go about creating a decorating scheme for your home is to choose a standout piece; one piece that you really want to shine and base your design around it. We've created a new decorating scheme for our Living Room based on this wonderful painting by Salvador Roman, found on Invaluable, the world’s largest…

Guest Post: Decorating Tips for a Modern Victorian Home by: Dean Ronnie of The Coventry Demolition Company UK

Diamond Interiors would like to welcome our Guest Blogger: Dean Ronnie of The Coventry Demolition Company, UK. Dean has put together a very informative and inspiring piece on creating the right look in a modern Victorian home. How should I decorate my Modern Victorian property? Are you struggling with decorating your Victorian terrace? Don’t worry,…