Anne Interiors Interior Designer Glasgow UK

The Hidden Kitchen or “No Kitchen” Kitchen Trend (16 Tips on How to Achieve It)

Hidden Kitchen No Kitchen Kitchen

The idea is make the kitchen “hidden or camouflaged” to appear like normal furniture instead of the technical engine that it is or has been for the past centuries. Since most if not all of our entertaining now happens in this open plan space, we naturally want to keep the flow and ambience that way—elegant, comfortable, conversational and decorative rather than just cold and practical.

The Parisian-Scandinavian-Wabisabi Obsession (with 5 Mood boards)

Parisian Scandinavian Wabi-sabi

In essence this style trio exhibits the lavish classic form and details of the old Parisian and the humour in the manner of styling of modern Parisian; the functional, clean and comfortable modern furniture of the Scandinavian; and the mystical imperfection of Japanese wabisabi decors, materials and finishes.

Hack IKEA for Awesome Affordable Custom Joinery (10 Reasons Why You Should)

IKEA custom joinery

Savings on custom joinery allow you to splurge on other big-ticket items for your home— the ones that you most often “touch and feel” like sofas, mattresses and top appliances, or items that will truly add character and value to your space like original paintings and artworks— giving you that affordable luxury you deserve!

5 Tips on How to Plan an Amazing Second Hand Kitchen

Second hand Kitchen

We bought our second hand kitchen in 2020 for… wait for it… a mere £750! That’s including most integrated appliances— 5-burner hob, extractor hood, fridge/freezer, oven, microwave and food warmer which are all of a good name brand, Siemens.