‘Talking Chalk’ -Annie Sloan Chalk Paint-First Impressions

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So…what makes a good interior designer?

Interior Designer. Definition - 'a multi-faceted profession in which creative and technical solutions are applied within a structure to achieve a built interior environment. These solutions are functional, enhance the quality of life and culture of the occupants and are aesthetically attractive'. (Ref -www.google.co.uk) Exactly! How many readers have actually become stressed over their immediate environment … Continue reading So…what makes a good interior designer?

Retro chest of drawers project

Hello readers, I hope you are having a lovely day. Here at Theofano, we are preparing for our new window display, which will feature some Harlequin fabrics and wallcoverings from the Scion range Noukku collection. We acquired a chest of drawers from our friends Conlan's Restoration in Padiham, Lancashire. It was in its original state when it arrived, ready to paint! We chose to … Continue reading Retro chest of drawers project

Feature fabric – Romo ‘Acacia’

Hello readers! Today we wanted to tell you all about a favourite fabric of ours, 'Acacia'by Romo, from their 'Cubis' collection. We were briefed by one of our clients to dress the windows in a holiday cottage in the beautiful South Lakes district. We needed a simple design in refined colours to work in an area … Continue reading Feature fabric – Romo ‘Acacia’

Bookcase Project – a ‘muddy Mondrian’

Hello again readers! This blog is for my latest paint project. Just a simple crate, in soft pine with no decorative bits and pieces. When Maureen asked me to paint it, I thought it would be a breeze- straight forward and fast. It wasn't. However, I'm able to give you some advice on the process … Continue reading Bookcase Project – a ‘muddy Mondrian’