Finding the most comfortable sofa bed of 2020

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Best sofa bed reviews 2020 Urgh I HATE sofa beds! They’re ugly, squeaky, lumpy, the mattress is too thin, you end up wedged in the middle with your bed fellow. Then to top it all, you go and lose your glasses down the side. Not only are they uncomfortable to sleep on, they’re uncomfortable as a sofa… Read more »

10 of the best interior designers for small / home projects

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Here at Design for Me, we match homeowners with the best interior designers for their home decor projects. Whether it’s a simple living room re-decoration or the complete interior design for a new build house, all of our interior designers specialise in home decor. Here’s just a small selection of some of the best interior firms and freelance interior designers… Read more »

Reclining in style: incorporate a recliner into your home design

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Sponsored Guest Post   Most people think of recliners as a piece of furniture relegated to the family room or man cave. I mean, who would want to incorporate such a bulky and outdated piece of furniture into their chic and modern home, right? Well, you might be surprised to learn that recliners are making… Read more »

7 Benefits of epoxy coated kitchen countertops

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Sponsored Guest Post   Epoxy countertops are becoming the new hot trend among DIYers and professionals alike. And why not! They are cheap and durable, not to mention that they look very good. And the best part is, epoxy can be applied over a number of materials with minimal prep. Let’s know more about epoxy countertops and… Read more »

Which skirting board should I choose?

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If you’re renovating your house, you perhaps didn’t anticipate all of the small design decisions you would need to make along the way. Choosing skirting boards and architraves may seem like a minor design decision, but they can have a huge impact on the final look of a room. Do you want to make a… Read more »

What is an interior architect? (And how to find one for your renovation project.)

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Interior architect

The title ‘interior architect’ is used frequently in the architecture/design industry, even though it isn’t a title that is officially recognised or regulated. It’s usually adopted by either: a qualified architect who specialises or works only with the interior elements of construction, or an interior designer who is also a qualified architect. The title of… Read more »

Wall decor ideas for a small house

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Compared with spacious homes, fashioning an aesthetic appeal in a small house can be challenging. Interior designers often make use of innovative, space-saving furniture, allowing for flexibility of use and creating a more spacious look. These smart design strategies help people enjoy a minimalist feel even in small spaces.   Aside from furniture, wall decor can have… Read more »

Colour Psychology in Interior Design

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Interior design colours

Have you ever wondered why some of us love rich, fiery and intense colours while others prefer a muted or pastel palette? Whilst most people will profess to ‘love colour’, what that means to each and every one of us is something totally unique. Why is this? Why do we respond so differently to so many colours? The… Read more »

Kitchen Ideas and Inspiration

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modern shaker kitchen

A kitchen is often the most used and most important space in any home. Here at Design for Me, a large variety of architects and designers contribute kitchen ideas and inspiration and to our website to share with potential clients. Here are just a few examples that you need to see. A rustic feel from Alexia using exposed brickwork as… Read more »

A perfect match … for an Arts and Crafts meets North African living room

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Anna (the client) posted her project to Design for Me looking for a talented interior architect to renovate her living room and hallway. After registering her project with just a few key details, we matched her with the best candidates and she received interest from a number of interior designers.   Anna’s brief   Living… Read more »