We’ve picked out the posts that most inspired and delighted. We hope you ‘like’ the best Instagram interiors on Homes & Gardens.
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This month we were dreaming about spring, gardening and all things green, verdant and calming.
1. LARDER LOVE
Once granny’s favourite storage space, the pantry is having a widely welcomed revival, diversely catering to all our contemporary, clutter-free needs.
Today, homeowners lucky enough to have the space are turning back to the kitchen’s walk-in wardrobe, creating pantries that are bigger, all-purpose, and more luxurious than ever before.
2. MINDFUL GARDEN
This garden is perfect for relaxation, meditation and occasional entertaining. The designer has managed to create year-round sensory interest in an area of deep shade.
3. SPRING DREAMING
Like the hallmarks that are impressed on silver and gold so we can identify its maker, age and place of origin, each of the 600 or so varieties of snowdrops carries distinguishing characteristics that reveal its identity.
4. PALE AND INTERESTING
If you can’t make up your mind, colour-wise, there is absolutely nothing wrong with going for a pure white space – and adding colour and texture with your decorating choices.
5. GO BIG, GO BOLD
Colour is back in a big way for 2020. Pick a shade that will give your kitchen a vibrant lift and create a welcoming space for cooking and entertaining. Neutrals aren’t for everyone and the sizeable cost of a new kitchen shouldn’t dictate that you play it safe.
January saw a love for warm wood and bold colour. It seems we are a tale of two halves come 2020.
1. THE WONDER OF WOOD
It is no surprise that you’ve chosen the warm and tactile nature of timber as your most-loved post this month. It is just what we need during the cold, long months.
A home is often filled with objects curated over time, and a beautiful antique ebonies cupboard becomes the showcase for all the treasures you love to live with.
2. IT’S ALL SO QUIET
The opportunity to relax in a cosy corner is never far from our mind.
A lovely antique waxed ebonised chest of drawers adds character to this calm, tranquil space.
3. DREAM KITCHEN
A mix of British craftwork and Italian style strikes a vintage note.
The layout is an efficient double gallery that provides ample preparation space, room for large appliances and plenty of storage.
4. SERENE GREEN
Green is back in a big way for 2020. Art Deco and Moroccan influences join forces with impressive results in this beautiful and vibrant wet room.
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5. THE NEW CLASSIC
A clever mix of modern and classic furniture and design work well to create something truly marvellous. This simple yet stylish dining room is a work of contemporary art.
If you are hoping to transform a bedroom into a place for rest and relaxation, then nude, beige and taupe are the colours to choose. Warm and tactile materials will work to enhance the feeling of comfort and tranquility.