Here at jmm PR, we have been scouring the internet for our favourite articles of the week.
This week brings dog-themed home accessories to celebrate National Dog Day and the top UK interior design trends.
We’re all huge dog lovers here at jmm PR, so when we saw this article from Good Homes on the best dog-themed homewares, we knew instantly that it would feature in our Favourite Article of the Week blog post. Filled with accessories like table lamps, wall art, serving boards and cushions, this article is sure to inspire your next canine-themed purchase.
For many of us, our four-legged friends already occupy each and every corner of our lives, but if you’re looking to inject some dog-themed pieces into your home décor, this piece from Good Homes definitely doesn’t disappoint. With this week (Wednesday 26th August) marking National Dog Day, the article couldn’t have been published at a better time either! Our favourite pieces are the Dachshund duvet set from Wilko (which is a bargain at only £14), as well as the French Bulldog table lamp from Argos, offering a completely unique way of accessorising your home. If you’re feeling slightly more daring, why not give the pink Poodle-print wallpaper a go!
So, whether you’re a fan of French Bulldogs, a lover of Labradors, or you prefer Pomeranians, this article is jam-packed full of colourful and fun accessories that will undoubtedly add a bold and vibrant touch to your home. Make sure you check it out and don’t forget to let us know which dog breed is your favourite!
Image: The French Bedroom Company
We always keep an eye on the latest interior design trends, not only because of our line of work, but because it’s good to know whether our own tastes are on-trend and for inspiration for our homes too. This article from These Three Rooms takes you through the top five interior design trends of this year and showcases how you can recreate the popular looks within your home.
The 2020 trends included in the article are: shabby chic, industrial style, maximalism, contemporary design and the French farmhouse look. Shabby chic has been a growing trend for a few years, with the rise of upcycling and vintage styles. Our favourite item from the article is the distressed bedside table (pictured above); it’s just perfect for bringing the shabby chic trend to life!
We’re very familiar with the industrial style as many of our clients offer products that suit this trend to a tee. The Hotpoint Class 9 built-in cooking collection and Indesit Aria built-in cooking range both have black glass finishes, which looks fantastic in industrial style kitchens! These appliances also work really well in kitchens with a contemporary design as they complement sleek lines, neutral shades and simple looks.
Maximalism isn’t something we’ve dared to try in our own homes yet, but we love the bold interiors included within this round-up of the trend, particularly the mustard and navy blue themed living room! The French farmhouse look is slightly more understated but equally as beautiful. To be honest, there isn’t anything we dislike in this article, which is why it just had to be featured in our Favourite Articles blog post this week!
Tessa and Steph
28th August 2020