Instagram is the perfect place to browse beautiful imagery, dose up on daily inspiration and create concepts for your dream home or remodelling wish list.
Whether it’s in bed, on the train or during our lunch break, we love getting lost in the world of interiors at just the touch of a button and scroll of a screen.
We’ve chosen a few of our most-liked Instagram posts to share with you, many of which have been featured by a range of designers, property developers, homeowners and interior specialists.
You too can incorporate details from each of these stunning spaces anywhere in your home, whether it be in your kitchen, bathroom, study or utility room.
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Remember, interiors are all about having fun. This bookcase designed by @verandahhouse is a prime example of how you can create a striking statement in your study or even your bedroom, doubling as an enjoyable work space which boasts impeccable style.
Every detail oozes quality, including our Queslett cabinet pulls and knobs in a polished nickel finish on the drawers.
The Queslett collection offers a classic New England look, with a range of three pulls and two knobs, each manufactured from solid-brass forgings. The option for either a square or rectangle back-plate on the cabinet knob further increases the suitability and adaptability of these beautifully produced handles to any design.
This particular shade of blue exudes elegance and is perfectly offset by the clash of the patterned wallpaper and chair upholstery.
Be sure to dress your bookcase beautifully with matching light fixtures, shelf accessories and a dramatic element such as these wooden oars to bring that unexpected touch.
With its strategically placed skylight windows, this stunning design by @herringbonekitchens possesses all the qualities of an all-white palette, despite incorporating a fabulous wash of colour throughout.
Working in perfect harmony with the painted cabinetry is our brass hardware which consists of our own Cotswold collection pulls and knobs in a burnished brass finish.
The Cotswold collection consists of a more traditional range, ideally suited to shaker style kitchens. With three styles of knobs, two styles of drawer pull, three options of catches and a cabinet pull, the collection offers plenty of diversity.
The dark cabinetry brings out the high gloss counter tops and accentuated walls, making the whole space look and feel bigger, bringing with it a breath of fresh air.
This little nook designed by @niche_interiors is true perfection. Both the cabinet pulls and t-bars are from our Kingsheath collection, in a burnished brass finish.
Due to the simplicity in its design, the solid-brass Kingsheath collection boasts a modern look. The collection consists of one size of knob, a t-bar handle, three sizes of cabinet pulls and an appliance pull.
All of our collections are available in 21 expert finishes, allowing our customers to make their hardware choices personal to their taste.
In this case, the brass details combined with the blue-grey paint colour and sleek storage is testament to the potential for beauty and romance in any space.
The lush springtime hue and intricately patterned seat cover are ideal for brightening up any room, ready for the warmer weather. Architecture by @andrewmannarchitecture.
We’ve seen a return to colour in the kitchen, demonstrated by this bespoke cabinetry installed with our Bromwich collection pulls and knobs in a burnished brass finish.
The Bromwich collection is a bold range of pulls fitted onto a separate back-plate, offering an industrial look and feel. Manufactured from solid brass, the collection consists of four sizes of cabinet pulls, an appliance pull and a flush handle, each with the capability of adding a statement to any cabinetry.
Painted in Studio Green by @farrowandball, this jewel-toned cabinetry paired with marble-look counter tops and crisp white walls is one combination that appears effortless.
Whether it’s midnight, teal, denim or azure, we love how every blue-green shade can be partnered with luxe materials and mixed metals to create a graceful canvas.
The bright double height space in this @richardburkedesign kitchen enhances the room’s high-contrast style whilst conveying a modern touch.
This modern take on the shaker style kitchen by @herringbonekitchens is kept up to date with our Sparkbrook collection cabinet pulls and knobs in a satin brass finish, instantly making that cabinetry pop.
The Sparkbrook collection consists of one size of knob, a t-bar handle, three sizes of cabinet pulls and an appliance pull. Manufactured from solid-brass with a machined diamond knurl, each option has an industrial look and feel.
The Herringbone wooden flooring is a striking focal point with its neutral palette adding elevation and texture to the room. The large island also verifies that sometimes, more is more.
This functional yet bespoke kitchen emits a bright and playful style, perfect for a large family that requires a super fun element within the most important space in the house.
Browse the above collections (and more), each available in 21 different finishes to suit your perfect choice of hardware, personal to your specific designs and projects.