Oh My! Crystals, Chakras and Clearing

Long fascinated with crystals, gemstones and fossils, Hayley Flanagan introduces us to NØRDEN’s newly launched crystal range. In 1880, French physicist Pierre Curie (Marie Curie’s husband) discovered that putting pressure on various crystals – including quartz, topaz and tourmaline – created electricity. This phenomenon, called the Piezoelectric effect, is why crystals are used as essential…

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Top Interior Trends

Unsurprisingly, the predicted trends to watch for this year are all about creating a comforting and nurturing home. And as our homes continue to be multi-functional spaces, zoning and being organised are high on the list of design considerations too. Forever Spaces share five of biggest interior design trends for spring/summer 2021. FOREVER SPACES1-2 Church…

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Shining Brightly

When The Lighthouse in North Berwick opened its doors three years ago as the first purpose-built business centre in the town, it was one of the first trailblazers in the out-of-town workplace market. Offering a mix of private offices and co-working, with flexible memberships to suit those after a fixed desk and those whose routines…

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Work Perfect

Have you turned your kitchen table into a pop-up office? Or adapted your ironing board into a makeshift desk? As working from home (WFH) becomes the new normal for many of us, we asked Interior and Environmental Designer Naomi Sweeney how to create the perfect, yet healthy WFH space. ARE YOU SITTING COMFORTABLY If you…

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Clever Spaces

Spring has sprung and with it comes brighter mornings, lighter evenings and a new lease of motivation. There’s no better time to declutter, upgrade and really reorganise our living spaces. Forever Spaces tell us while clearing out clutter is a good thing, we might actually have more space than we think. We just need to…

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The Perfect Interior Design

For many of us, lockdown revealed the shortcomings of own four walls. When there is nowhere else to go, attention focuses on rooms and areas that aren’t working, and even as life begins to return to normal, our homes are likely to have to work harder for us for some time to come. “Which means…

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Waxing Lyrical

Weekdays without a commute (for some) and weekends with little place to go can leave us feeling fidgety. So it’s no wonder thousands of us are going online or turning to Zoom to learn something new. Working from home often blurs the boundary between our personal and professional life. But it should also  inspire us…

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