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We have gathered a sample of the latest on trend designs and concepts - be inspired.
The panther symbolises courage, valor and power. A bold statement in this room.
The unique linear patterns and contrasting colour of the marble-like veins add character to your home and furniture.
Crittall style wardrobe offers the minimalist look for all modern interiors.
Our stunning marble-look sliding doors are in their own right a work of art.
This living room has a bold colour scheme of black, gold, yellow and green. It oozes richness and elegance.
Marble has always been a firm favourite with decorators and architects throughout time.
The marble-look is inspired by Greek and Roman sculptors and architects. Its beauty will never go out of style.
These marble-look sliding doors certainly have the wow-factor!
The marble look is on-trend - and we can show you how to bring luxury to your home!
Add a gorgeous chair to your bedroom - somewhere to relax and unwind.
Marble has been a popular interior style in kitchens and bathrooms, and now Sliderobes has created a bold yet elegant look for the bedroom.
Glass allows the light to reflect around your room - creating an open and airy space.
This beautiful dresser not only looks great but adds loads of extra storage!
Our beautiful marble-look doors can be made to measure to suit any space!
Whether it’s bronze, silver or gold, create a modern and subtly glamorous look to your room with a blend of metallic tones.
Desert shades such as terracotta, sand and beige will be popular as we aim to create grounding environments where we can truly disconnect.
Use light terracotta and almond washes to create a warm glow in your space, similar to a sunny, chilled climate. Image by Casamance.
Update your flooring by using rugs that blend quality, style and affordability.
Use layers and texture to keep your room warm and cosy. Image by Casamance.
Wood, bamboo and stone add warmth to a space and are sustainable too.
A new report by OddsMonkey has shown that half of the UK workforce will be working from home by 2020. Is your home office ready?