Trend: Calendars 2015

Tuesday, 30 December 2014

Wall Planner

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I hope everyone had a lovely Christmas break and I'm very much looking forward to a busy 2015, with some big plans already on the horizon for Dursk! A little late, but here is just a kick-start to the New Year with lots of lovely design-led calendars, and for a klutz like me, organised never looked so good.

DIY Christmas: Copper & Concrete

Friday, 19 December 2014

For the past two weeks I've been getting stuck into some Christmas crafts and I don't think I've EVER been this excited for Christmas! It may have a little something to do with the fact that I'll be coming back to Manchester soon but this little Christmas project that I've set myself has really put me in the festive mood!

Trend: Christmas Gift Wrap

Wednesday, 17 December 2014

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If like me, you're a last minute wrapper, here's a little DIY inspiration as well as a few of my favourite products from the High-Street. Styles range from printed textures, woodland themes, star prints and a detailed look at Katie Leamon's current Christmas wrap collection.

Baubles: Top 10

Sunday, 7 December 2014

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So it's that time of year when everyone starts to root around in the loft to get the decos out, but why not have a change? Grab a mince pie and chill out with my bauble and Christmas decoration top 10; featuring the best from designer names, the High-street and even a little inspo to make your own.

Trend: Christmas 2014

Wednesday, 3 December 2014


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Reindeer furs and mohair throws are enough to make you cosy up this winter. With a base palette of red, brown and black, this trend sees rustic and contemporary combine, for a Christmas that uses traditional textures but with Scandinavian lines. John Lewis replicates a popular angular candelabra design, whilst Future & Found go festive with a structured clothes horse (I mean Rudolph). Department stores go wild for reindeer trends this Christmas, with photographic printed cushions, faux fur throws/rugs and even novelty tea towels and bed linens.

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