Luxury Editor /
Choosing the right elements to complete your home may seem like a daunting task, but when you strip it back to basics you can upgrade your style in the simplest of ways. By seeking out the cream of the crop, you can add a touch of style with very little effort. Whether you’re making a small apartment more homely, or giving life to a large space, there’s always a way to give your decor some additional decorum by choosing the right pieces wisely. Take look at our top 5 simple style upgrades, which will enhance any space within your home.
The classics never die and this retro phone is proof of that. We all rely on our mobile phones so much these days, that the humble house phone is often forgotten about. Adding this classic piece to a space within your home is certain to be a talking point, even if it is unplugged to avoid those dreaded PPI calls.
’50 Shades of Grey’ isn’t just your mother-in-laws favourite book – bring this dullset colour pallete to life with a geometric design which will add depth to a mono-toned interior.
Feature walls may have been introduced by our friend Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen way back when, but they’ve come a long way since. Take your feature wall to new dimensions with a wood theme, which will add a unique, rustic depth to any room.
Be the host with the most (impressive barware), with this unique set of Soapstone Vodka Shooter vessels from Sparq. Presented in a contemporary wooden tray, they’re certainly a talking point for any get together with friends.
Think outside of the box when it comes to upgrading your bedroom or living room, by using additions such as this Dark Oak Caddy. Even though most would place this in their bathroom, you can utilise this in any space to display succulent plants (which also get points for being incredibly low maintenance).
Browse the homeware collection at Mankind for more inspiration.
In this digital world it has never been so important to look and feel your best. I will help to bring you a touch of tradition and sophistication into the ever changing concrete jungle.
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