Adorning Your Home With Luxury Furniture

Having a luxury home is one thing but you then need to adorn it with luxury furniture too and check if it matches against those triple pane windows. Below, we look at two of the best lavish furniture collections for 2020.

Rowico Purbeck – Beautiful, Rustic Inspired Collection 

Rowico Purbeck is a rustic-inspired furniture range, which is a beach-hut vibe to it. But, you don’t have to have a property by the beach in order to invest in this gorgeous furniture collection. In fact, it would look beautiful in pretty much any type of property.

If you want to add some brightness and air to your home, whether you live in Fryman Canyon or another luxury area, the Purbeck home furniture range is an option to consider. This is a range of furniture, including console tables, coffee tables, sideboards, and more, which has a stunning distressed, textured appearance. Whether you have a country cottage or a contemporary property, you can be sure that this Rowico home furniture will have the desired effect.

Reclaimed driftwood is used in the construction of all pieces in this range, and this is important for a number of reasons. Firstly, it gives the furniture its unique look, and thus will add plenty of character to your home. Not only this, but it ensures that the furniture is eco-friendly, which is something a lot of people care about. White paint is then used, with stunning timber worktops and fixtures, creating an earthy two-tone look. Every piece is unique. This is because they are hand finished, meaning all furniture pieces are one of the kind. This adds to the overlook look. It also means that you are going to benefit from a bespoke piece of furniture without having to spend the huge amounts of money you usually would for such a custom piece.

Coach House Fayence –  Shabby Chic Style Furniture

Coach House Fayence is a home furniture range that does not disappoint if you are a fan of the popular shabby chic style. Shabby chic furniture has become very popular over the past view years, yet not all ranges deliver in terms of both style and quality. Luckily, Fayence does. Discover more about this Coach House furniture range below.

Fayence is a range of home furniture that is made from beechwood and finished in a light cream shade, striking black, or grey. The grey colour, in particular, is bang on trend at the moment. Yet, the black is incredibly modern, and cream is a colour that never fails. With three different colour options, you are guaranteed to find the perfect style for your home. Pieces are finished off with a medium density fibreboard top. All furniture pieces are slightly distressed on the edges for a beautiful finishing touch. This ensures an effective yet affordable solution.

Beechwood, in particular, is a great choice for furniture. There are many advantages associated with this material. This includes the fact that beech is easy to maintain, and it is shock absorbent too, which means it can stand up to the challenge of bearing weight. Thus, if you are looking for a bookcase or a cabinet, something from the Fayence range will not disappoint. Beechwood is also highly durable, meaning you can benefit from furniture pieces that will last for years and years to come, and that can withstand a lot of pressure over time. Thus, you will benefit from furniture that looks incredible and is of an outstanding quality too.

New Year. New Dreams

Dreaming big in the New Year is what everyone should be doing. We should all have goals and ambitions that make this year the best one yet. We know that in a few weeks time the motivation of the New Year will have drifted away, so now is the best time to think about what you’d like to achieve before another year flies by. Because that’s exactly what the years are doing at the minute. Before we know it, it will be summer again. And then Christmas will be in our faces quicker than we ever expected. So now is the time to dream big, and we’re going to help you to do that. We want to show you some of the biggest things that you can achieve this year, all of them being achievable if you work hard enough. Keep on reading to see what new dreams you can come up with.

Dreaming about the stars

Your Dream Body

This is one that so many people can relate to at this time of year. After going through the festive season and eating your body weight in food, you’re more than motivated to start back in the gym and on a healthy diet. But that often fades towards the spring, if you even make it to there. So to keep that dream in mind, you need to do six weeks training and eating. Experts say that after six weeks of drinking and eating well, and training however you do it, your body and mind will be in a routine. Rather than being a chore and something you have to work at, it’ll be something that becomes second nature to you. Having someone to get into the swing of things with you will usually help to keep you on track for longer. Body insecurity is one of the most common insecurities, but it can quickly be changed with the right motivation.

Your Dream Home

Everyone dreams of a home that’s most likely going to be out of their reach. If we had it our way, we’d be living in a mansion with a private pool, cinema, and supercars lining the drive. But being realistic, you can get the home of your normal dreams so easily. Whether you’re moving out for the first time, or selling your old home to buy a new, good planning will get you where you need to be. All you have to do is look at homes for sale, find one that ticks all of your boxes, and figure out pricing. It may be a little harder if you’re selling a home to buy a new one, but if you do so at the right time, you’ll often end up making more money from your old home. We’re a firm believer that you can have anything you set your mind to, even a new home!

Your Dream Job

Your dream job is a stones throw away, the only thing that’s holding you back will be your own mindset. People prefer to stay in a job where they feel comfortable within the role, even if it bores them to death. But we think the New Year should be about finding a job that drives you to get out of bed in the morning, not leaves you there until you’re late and rushing out the house.