Pantone announced its highly anticipated Colour Of The Year 2018 and it is not for the faint hearted. Super bold, super bright and dramatic. It is certainly going to inject some colour and style into your home. Here are Luci Living Design’s tips on the best
This year 2018 the colour experts from Dulux have announced Heart Wood as its colour of the year. Described as a "warm neutral with a hint of heather." Inspired by the "beautifully warm wooden materials being used in all kinds of interior decorating and architecture"
Thinking of decorating and perfecting your pad? Then here are Luci’s top decorating tips and techniques on painting like a professional. SANDING IS KEY If you want a great finish you have to put the effort in first. Super smooth surfaces mean perfectly painted walls and woodwork.
Architect Designer Aliya at Luci Living Design gives VIVA the run down on some of the exciting interior design trends for 2017. Tropical Leaf Prints Tropical prints have been popping up on the catwalk and we are seeing this trend filtering into the world of Interior Design.
The colour experts at Pantone have given us the bold shade of ‘Greenery’ this year. So let Luci Living Design show you how to use it in your home. Greens are all around us in nature and so it is easy to take them for granted
Dulux's colour of the year 2017 is Denim Drift, a blue stone, soothing and super versatile shade that works with a spectrum of gorgeous, nature inspired blues. have given us a palette of colours to pair this shade with for a fresh twist. Pair Denim Drift with
Dulux introduce the Colour of the Year 2016 and so Luci at Luci Living Design takes a look at Cherished Gold… With a natural progression from last year which was ‘Copper Blush’ keeping on the metals theme. Whether you choose to go bold gold with a full
Interior design guru Luci at Luci Living Design gives her run down on some of the fabulous mixed trends for 2016. There are a lot of cool kitchen trends this year. Starting with ‘barely there’ kitchen styles using simple furnishings and a less uniform, practical approach