Interior design

TOP SPRING 2020 INTERIOR DESIGN TRENDS

As we reflect on the current situation, our interior design company wants to showcase and encourage you to transform your sanctuary into something which you will feel completely comfortable, relaxed and a sense of positivity.

HOW TO STRENGTHEN YOUR CAFE INTERIOR DESIGN

If you are running a business and café in London, you most likely realise the importance and critical purpose of needing to stand out to differentiate why your space should be the ones for customers to visit. Your business relies on others to connect with…

INTERIOR DESIGN TILE TRENDS FORECAST 2020/21

Temza Interior Design & Build Studio attended the Tile Trends Forecast 20/21 presentation from Domus Group in Battersea and have recorded the six upcoming tile trends in residential and commercial interiors to be on the lookout.

INTERIOR DESIGN CRIMES TO AVOID

Looking at failed interior refurbs and outdated schemes is a guilty pleasure for many. If you are a listener of The Great Indoors podcast by Sophie Robinson and Kate Watson-Smyth, you might already be familiar with some of their most favourite and least favourite interior design crimes within house or apartment renovations.

A TEMZA LONDON APARTMENT INTERIOR DESIGN GUIDE

You have access to your new apartment, and you are ready to renovate and transform an ideal space for you or your family but don’t know where to start? Temza Interior Design and Build Studio have provided you with a full apartment design guide…

HOW TO REINFORCE BRANDS THROUGH INTERIOR DESIGN

As a commercial business, we value the importance of branding and how it should considerably affect the interior design of your business. Branding through interior design is the physical transformation of the environment to strengthen the companies culture…

PERSONALISED INTERIOR DESIGN IS THE NEW LUXURY

Currently, we are living in an age where we take more time to consider our purchases and item choices. Focusing less on nice or appealing pieces which so happen to be on sale, and actually contemplating if the item is meaningful…

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