Homeowners and homeworkers are rapidly turning to home improvements to ensure their living space is as enjoyable place as possible to reside. With this in mind, we collaborated with seven experts across various fields to predict the next big interiors and architecture trends for AW 2022 and 2023, also giving advice on ways homeowners can incorporate these trends into their own properties.
Here at Duplus we have seen an increased number of visitors, from new build enquiries to property renovators, looking to improve the lighting and space in their homes, and several of the predicted trends emphasize these growing desires. Read on to find out more about 20 potential trends for Autumn/Winter 2022 and 2023…
With longer summer days fast approaching, more people will be increasing their exposure to natural light over the coming months. With this in mind, we collaborated with nine experts to discuss the varied benefits of natural light, including the topics of mental health, productivity, sleep, and skincare, as well as the energy efficiency aspects and interior styling tips for increasing natural light in your home. Read on to find out more…
With the apparent shift in us working in our homes more than ever before, even with the easing of restrictions, homeowners and homeworkers are rapidly turning to home improvements to ensure their increasingly frequent surrounding is as enjoyable place as possible to reside. This appears to have increased further with the ending of the stamp duty holiday, reducing the rush to move versus improve. For some, this is simple painting and decorating, replacing worn furniture, and adding a few luxuries. However, for others this is something slightly more dramatic. Major improvements such as extensions, internal renovations, and garden buildings appear to be sharply on the rise.
With this in mind, we collaborated with nine experts to discuss 40 ways that people can make their homes look and feel more luxurious – from affordable finishing touches to bigger renovations and installations. Read on to find out more…
There are plenty of ‘affordable’ finishing touches which can make your home look and feel more luxurious – some of which can actually be free!
Roof Lanterns come in two core forms; traditional and modern, with varying design differences throughout.
Traditional roof lanterns are also known as conservation roof lanterns and are ideal for period properties to stay in keeping with the rest of the architecture of the house.
Modern roof lanterns have a far sleeker structure and modern design, ideal for more recent properties, self-builds and new build developments. Contemporary roof lanterns are ideal for those looking for a modern, minimalist rooflight.
Roof lanterns provide an increased amount of natural light to enter the room below and add striking architectural impact to your roof.
Roof lanterns are a fantastic addition to an existing house or great to incorporate into your plans for a new house design. Some of the benefits of implementing a roof lantern include:
Here we take a look at all the different aspects involved with making the right decision for your roof lantern, providing key advice about what to look out for and things to consider before you commit to purchase.