Room for Improvement
Spruce up a tired space with these tips and products that will improve any home.
By Kyle Fulton
Replace tired toggles with premium drawer pulls for the ultimate interior facelift
Toeing the line between rugged and refined, DLV’s distinctive designs are courtesy of husband and wife design duo, Mark and Maggie de la Vega. Bold and sensual, the Marjorie and Horn hardware comes in multiple colours, finishes and lengths. www.dlvdesigns.com
Revive weary walls with distinctive wallpaper
The atmospheric Lake Tahoe Plaid Collection is a fresh take on checks that adds mood and warmth to walls. Available on either standard or eco-friendly paper, it can also be custom coloured. www.i80west.com
Add an instant uplift when you replace worn-out cushions
Mixing up accent pillows injects immediate colour and texture to a room. From exotic ikats to refreshing nauticals and classic prints, Ashley Furniture Home Store has a selection of over 80 quality cushions to choose from. www.ashleyfurniturehomestore.com
Suitable for plants or parties (as an ice bucket), the moulded fibreglass Bullet Planter perches atop a tripod of powder-coated steel. Available in five colourways, it was inspired by the 1950s original. www.dwr.com
Ditch dull details for interesting accessories that pique the eye
Insert whimsy with the Duck Leg Mirror from Bam Design Lab. www.bamdesignlab.com
An eye-catching accessory, the hand-sculpted Studded Vase from Kelly Wearstler injects a bold edge. www.kellywearstler.com
Switch out boring tiebacks and anchor curtain with Stonk Knots’ Monkey Fist Tieback that adds a relaxed nautical elegance. www.stonkknots.co.uk
Photograph by Patri Loreto Nievas.
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