Little Luxuries: Starry Light by Anagraphic

Living in London has many perks – a clear night sky is rarely one of them. In the past, we’ve had to delve deeper into the countryside to enjoy such luxuries as experiencing a sky full of stars. This beautiful new light, from Anagraphic, may be about to change that.

daily decorum starry light by anagraphic An innovative design, showcased at this year’s London Design Festival, the ‘Starry Light’ gives the illusion of having the night sky shine across your ceiling.

Made by hand, Starry Light boasts a hemispheric form, drilled to reflect different celestial constellations. The design is suitable for customisation according to a given date, time and geographical location, making it the ideal gift to commemorate a special occasion.

starry light by anagraphic daily decorum Anagraphic says ‘Gazing at the stars has always enchanted people throughout the world. Stars make us dream, stars make us wish—we all love stars. Thanks to its special features, Starry Light brings all these emotions into your home.’

Available in five colours – matt white, glossy white, matt black, pearl violet and pearl gold – the Starry Light provides different light intensity in two directions, providing a strong direct light downwards, and ideal circumstances for the stars to shine on the walls.

Personally, we think it’s a great idea, and the perfect way to bring a little bit of the country into a hectic city life.

daily decorum. anagraphic starry light What do you think? Would you hang a Starry Light in your home?

Interiors Inspiration: Bold colours in bedrooms

They say you should do only two things in your bedroom. And no, it’s not checking your work emails and browsing Twitter. And supposedly, to go in hand with these two things, your bedroom should be calm and peaceful, suggesting muted tones, plain interiors, lots of white, cream, beige and a whole array of pastels.

For me though, the bedroom is the room in our house where we can really show off our taste for colour, quirky décor and unusual designs, as it is the only room in the house that no one apart from the two of us has access to. With that in mind, when we saw the bedroom below we didn’t think twice – we were going to get that exact look.

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We are going to pair the Palm Jungle Cole & Son wallpaper with Dulux’s Teal Tension. Tulle pendant lights from Urbanara will further complete the look, with the final must-have – a print of a Henri Rousseau painting. And while we’re going for a teal and jungle overload, there are other options to use bold colours in your bedroom, without making it too overwhelming, but instead, simply injecting some personality into the interiors and having some fun.

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A strong coloured wall in your bedroom can provide a perfect backdrop for an art collection – especially when featuring prints and photographs close to your heart. And for the more faint-hearted among us, why not have some fun with the wall behind your bed’s headboard? This way you’ll avoid a colourful extravaganza the minute you open your eyes in the morning, but you’ll be able to enjoy a fun feature in the evenings. I’m particularly fond of the above playful geometrics.

daily decorum decor bedroom bold colours

For a very different yet still a bold look, you can get all arty and decorate your walls with wall murals, or simply splashes of colourful paint, choosing the colours that are especially close to your heart and set you in a good mood, giving you all the energy to face another busy day.

It’s important to remember to find balance though – for our bedroom we decided on a plain (but textured) carpet and dark, plain bedding to create a harmonious interior. Otherwise you might wake up in a lucid dream!

Decorum Loves: Such & Such Pop-up Shop

Calling all Pop-Up lovers! Last night we hosted the VIP evening for our client Such & Such‘s pop-up shop in the Truman Brewery. It was lots of fun with plenty of familiar faces there to learn all about Such & Such’s exclusive products – all of which have been sourced with care, to ensure a beautiful collection of pieces that will last a lifetime.

The Pop-up is open until Sunday evening, so do swing by for a look and meet the lovely brother-sister founders, Ali and Nikki. To give you a taster of what to expect, here are some shots from the shop…

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There’s even an Instagram competition – take a picture of yourself on the swing, post to Instagram with the hashtag and you could win your very own indoor swing!

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You can see some of our favourite products from Such & Such on our previous blog post… And if you’d like to visit, you can find all the information about the shop and how to find it at the Facebook event page!

Little Luxuries: Alice in Wonderland rugs

We all have much-loved favourite characters that take us back to our childhood and Alice in Wonderland is perhaps one of the most recognisable of all. Believe it or not, it’s been 150 years since Lewis Carroll first sent Alice down that rabbit hole and to celebrate this, Rug Maker have brought out a collection of rugs in her honour.


Specifically chosen by the British Library, Rug Maker were granted the license to reproduce the original artwork by John Tenniel, taken from the first edition of the book. There are two designs available – Alice herself, contemplating the mysterious ‘Drink Me’ label, and her friend the White Rabbit, resplendent in costume at the Croquet Match and complete with his trusty pocket watch.


Handwoven in the Kathmandu valley, Nepal, from 100% New Zealand wool, the monochrome designs are created by highly skilled Tibetan and Nepalese weavers who hand knot Swiss aniline dyed wool onto cotton warps and wefts. Rug Maker are supporters of GoodWeave, a global non-profit organisation which ensures that child labour is not used in the manufacturing process of these rugs.


The rugs come in a standard 120 x 100cm size, but can be made to any size or colour at your request.

What could be better than combining literary classics with interiors? Nothing, that’s what!

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October 22, 2014 - 10:48 am

Poph - Lovvvve these! Want one x

October 22, 2014 - 10:49 am

dailyd - Me too!