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Stacey Sheppard

Stacey Sheppard graduated from the University of Bath with a First Class degree in French, German and European Studies. However, it was whilst studying at University in Paris that she first discovered her interest in interior design. Interest became obsession as she landed a job working for a B2B residential design magazine.

Now working as a freelance writer and blogger, she specializes in interiors, architecture and design and writes for a variety of magazines, websites and blogs, including her own blog.

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Chesterfield-Style Padded Wall Panels from Dreamwall


I don’t know about you, but when we first saw these wall panels we were totally fooled by them. They look so soft and comfortable, like they are made from padded fabric, but they are in fact composed of a polyurathane back with a front face made of resin mixed with a natural stone and marble powder, making them very

Metropolis Architectural Lighting & Accessories by Lladró


Imagine being able to create a futuristic porcelain cityscape in your own home. With the new collection from Lladró Atelier you can do just that. Metropolis is a collection of lamps, mirrors, vases and a storage box that has been created under the artistic guidance of Spanish designer Jaime Hayon.

Pure design has been combined with meticulous attention to

Enchanted, Magical Furniture by Laskowscy Design

Award-winning Polish artist and designer Remigiusz Laskowski is the man behind the Polish furniture brand Laskowscy Design. Each of his beautifully designed and crafted pieces are unique and blur the lines between art and design. The collection centres around a range of tables, coffee tables, mirrors, shelves, hangers, wall clocks and lighting…, all crafted in

Ecological & Sustainable Furniture from Punkalive

Finnish design company Punkalive was founded in 2009 and has since gone on to achieve national and international recognition for its environmentally friendly wooden furniture. Made solely from a  laminated veneer lumber called Kerto wood, which is made from Finnish Spruce, the furniture’s design and production methods emphasise the principles of ecology and sustainability.

The wood is sourced from

The Microbial Home by Philips Helps Turn Domestic Waste Into Fuel

Dwindling energy resources, mounting waste, and environmental damage are all issues that designers are faced with in today’s modern world. They are also the main issues explored by the most recent Philips Design Probes… project. Set up to explore future lifestyle scenarios, the Probes projects are intended to expand our understanding of future socio-cultural and technological shifts with a view

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