Peter Culley joins jury of AIALA RAA 2021

Peter Culley, founder of Spatial Affairs Bureau, the international award winning architecture, landscape, interior and product design studio, has been appointed to the jury for the Los Angeles Residential Architecture Awards 2021.

The Impact of COVID-19 on Modern Retailers

There is no doubt that the coronavirus pandemic has changed the landscape of the retail sector. Social distancing regulations and civil anxiety surrounding the virus mean that physical stores do not offer the same browsing experience as we would usually expect. Meanwhile, a growing reliance on online shopping has been boosted by instructions to remain at home as much as possible.

REVEALED: Data Suggests That Pallet Furniture Is the New Must-Have for Brits

Finding the right furniture and home décor that satisfies the renovation you had in mind requires a lot of time, energy, and creativity. Regardless of whether it is fashion or homeware, trends come and go, so finding furniture that withstands the test of time is no easy task. For those in need of some home renovation ideas, you can find inspiration wherever you look - even in pallets.

Washing Wise: What Your Laundry Labels Mean

We've all made laundry mistakes at one point in our lives, often unintentionally sacrificing our favourite clothes. Whether it's a red sock with the white towels, or your favourite jumper in a wash that is too hot leaving it ten times smaller, we've all fallen victim to not reading the care label and ensuring that we are cleaning our clothes correctly.

What Does the Future of Shopping Hold for the Beauty Industry?

The year 2020 has changed the way we shop forever. The pandemic has driven online sales, for example. Now, over 25 per cent of the world's population shops on e-commerce websites. The dramatic shift from the high street to online landing pages is set to continue. But while COVID-19 has changed many brands' focus of retail, the beauty industry has continued to innovate.

Dowsing & Reynolds - Home Décor Trends for 2021 and Beyond

Chances are, you spent more time in your home in 2020 than in any other year. The coronavirus pandemic and subsequent lockdowns saw us quarantined in our houses at the weekend, only able to leave the house once a day. Through the week, many of us were working from home or on furlough. And with the commencement of a third lockdown expected to last until mid-February, we'll once again be confined to our homes this year.