Small additions to the home can make any room in the house look brand new. Draw inspiration from these 7 great home décor pieces to update your home and give it a mini makeover.
With many of us spending more time at home than ever before and even working from home on a more regular basis, ergonomic furniture is becoming a lot more important to many of us. Enter Bloon. Combining the benefits of an exercise ball and elegant furniture design, the Bloon seat works your core and improves your posture without compromising your home décor style with the seat available in a rainbow of colours.
Inject a little bit of royalty to your dining room and drink like kings and queens with Saint-Louis's Galerie des Reines collection. Inspired by the exquisite decorative designs of the Versailles Chateau in Paris, the collection is made up of four crystal glasses, each named after a different queen including of course Marie Antoinette.
Wake up your kitchen and make your morning coffee with Nespresso's latest addition to its range of coffee machines. The new Creatista Plus machine is a sleek stainless steel wonder that will have you crowned the best barista in your home allowing you to make perfect lattes thanks to its Breville milk texturing technology.
Bring Italian luxury to your bathroom with the Links Embroidered Towel collection from Frette. Made in Italy, the towels are 100% cotton and feature a linked chain embroidery in two tones that stand out against the pure white terrycloth towels. Soft and absorbent, they are the perfect towels to wrap yourself in after a relaxing bath.
Update your glam room with this sweet box from Dior. The clover-shaped box can be used for your precious jewels or your favourite lipstick, or the black lacquered wood and cane box can be simply used as a decorative object for your room.
Update any room with a contemporary rug from Deirdre Dyson's latest collection. As an artist, Deirdre translates her artistry in painting into liveable works of art that become part of the everyday. Her latest collection draws from the translucency of glass, creating beautiful compositions including this jewel-coloured rug.
For the ultimate bedroom makeover, without a strict budget, splurge on what is regarded as the most expensive bed in the world, the Grand Vividus by Hästens. The handcrafted Swedish bed is designed by internationally-renowned interior designer Ferris Rafauli and is entirely made by hand, taking over 600 hours to make, creating a bed that dreams are made of.