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Hygge: The Danish Art of Cosiness

Hygge: The Danish Art of Cosiness

Hygge is about appreciating the contrasts in life. Warmth and cold. Light and dark. Quiet and loud. When your days are cold, wet and windy, taking a moment to light a candle, make a cup of tea and cosy up under a warm throw can make a long winter just a tiny bit more bearable. Here is the Holloways 'How to do Hygge' guide...
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Leading Lights

Leading Lights

Through the window on an Autumn evening the warm glow of a beautifully lit interior has a cosiness all of its own. Our interior designer Annabel believes that lighting is the essential element in creating a warm and welcoming interior. "Create pools of light in a room, from a variety of sources, to mimic the dappled light and shade that you see in nature" she advises. We know you can succeed with our selection of lighting. Let’s take a look at the different ways you can light up your home.
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A Rustic Haven, Country Home Style

A Rustic Haven, Country Home Style

The nostalgic English countryside style, inspired by autumn hedgerows and woodlands and with some quirky modern touches, is a big trend in interiors at the moment. We like to think we are experts in styling the contemporary country home. A home filled with timeless furniture, cosy fabrics, rattan baskets, soft rugs, glowing lamps and elements of the countryside. Let us show you how to create a rustic haven...
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Spotlight on Gallery 1

Spotlight on Gallery 1

Gallery1 is part of the magnificent new 8000 sq.ft. showroom at Holloways. It is home to an eclectic mix of modern furniture with unusual decorative accessories. Carefully chosen antiques and vintage furnishings sit alongside quirky sculptures to create a unique interior.
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Harvest Colour – How to use the Colours of Autumn as Inspiration in your Home

Harvest Colour – How to use the Colours of Autumn as Inspiration in your Home

Nature never makes a mistake about colours that look good together, and there is no better starting point for a decorating scheme. Bountiful fruit trees, turning leaves in deep oranges and reds, chestnut brown, burnt orange, walnut, harvest gold… Our autumn gardens are an abundance of colour. If you are just updating, or completely re-decorating this season, why not use autumn’s rich palette of colours for your inspiration. Our interior designers love to work with colour and have put together some ideas to inspire you.
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Singing the Blues

Singing the Blues

The colour blue is one of the most popular choices requested to our interior designers for a room scheme. It can add depth and harmony, it can be fresh and modern and it can be warm and welcoming. There are so many different shades of blue and all bring their own individual feeling to a room, and look fabulous used together. So let us sing its praises and show you how to use the colour blue in all its different guises, to add flair and interest to any room.
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Small but Perfectly Formed – a guide to the smaller sofa

Small but Perfectly Formed – a guide to the smaller sofa

We have a variety of smaller-scale, but still comfortable, sofas ‑ and we think they are little gems. A small sofa doesn't take up much more room than an armchair, gives you more seating space and can transform the look and feel of your living room. Our fantastic range of small sofas includes modern, traditional and vintage styles, plus a huge choice of fabrics. Here is a guide to our favourite small but perfectly formed sofas.
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Renew, Refresh, Replace, Revive.

Renew, Refresh, Replace, Revive.

The Christmas decorations have been put away for another year, and my living room is looking sad and bare. It desperately needs some love and attention. I asked one of our interior designers, Annabel, for ideas to refresh a living area after Christmas. "Renew or replace just a couple of small things and you will revive it," she says. Here are her top five clever solutions for an instant room update.
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Expecting Guests for Christmas? Here is our Five-Star Guest Room Guide. 

Expecting Guests for Christmas? Here is our Five-Star Guest Room Guide. 

Welcoming family and friends to spend Christmas with you is a vital part of the festivities. And it is important to prepare to make your guests feel part of your Christmas and enjoy your home at this special time of year. You are probably under control with menus, aperitifs, gift-wrapping and country walks, but don’t forget that providing the cosiest guest bedroom will show that your hosting skills are second-to-none. 
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