Competition is at an all-time high in the hospitality sector and with home from home holidaymakers and luxury getaways for the older generation, boutique tree house lodges and comparison websites aplenty, the landscape has changed beyond all recognition over the last decade. In such a noisy marketplace, how can a quality hotel stand out?

Parquet flooring is enjoying a revival, within both residential and commercial properties.

Here luxury manufacturer of handcrafted, custom-made kitchens, Smallbone of Devizes, talks indulgence and extravagance in the kitchen for the upcoming year.

Light is as important to health as a balanced diet or regular exercise. It has a huge impact on our performance, sleep and emotions.

As a society, we are now more health-conscious than ever before. We strive to eat healthier, work out more and generally try to lead healthier lives. It’s also true that we’re working more hours than ever, having less free time overall, and instead stacking up on overtime. These two directly conflicting aspects of many people’s lives can make it difficult to sustain a healthy work-life balance.

designjunction returns to the spectacular King’s Cross site from 21st to 24th September for this year’s annual London Design Festival.

Today’s contract market demands more than just good off-the-shelf designs, interiors need to captivate, inspire and perform.

When buying antiques, you may be buying into history. Each piece has its own story to tell and will probably have travelled far since it was first created. But the important thing is the story for the homeowners, says Marc Weaver, Owner of Guinevere Antiques.

Armourcoat is a market-leading manufacturer and specialist contractor of decorative surface finishes. Here, Inex talks to Armourcoat’s Group Marketing Director, Daniel Nevitt, about future design trends and how the international aspects of the business help to influence product development.

The relationship between copper and humanity stretches back to prehistoric times – with a major stage of history named after a copper alloy – and into the future, as it enables renewable energy technologies, electric vehicles and consumer electronics. In this article, the Copper Development Association takes a brief look at how and where that relationship developed.

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