The Home Bar for the Antisocial

  • Author:Andrew Wareing

Less and less people are visiting pubs and bars in the evenings now (data source: me, I moonlight as a barmaid) due to the rising costs of alcohol and possibly the current weather situation (snow. I didn’t want to mention it but it’s relevant right now). Having friends round for food and drink is one […]

Living and Lounging in a Sitting Room

Living and Lounging in a Sitting Room

  • Author:Andrew Wareing

Mine is a living room, my Mum’s is a lounge and my Nan’s was always a sitting room. All three are literally correct as you do in them what it says on the tin – live, sit and lounge (although more of the latter in my case!). For us, the living room really is the […]

Dulux Colour of the Year 2018

Dulux Colour of the Year 2018

  • Author:Andrew Wareing

Described by Dulux as a “warm neutral with a hint of heather”, Heartwood – Dulux’s colour of the year 2018 – has surprised many people with it’s warm dusky hues that are a huge contrast to last years Denim Blue. It is described by the Deluxe colour and design expert, Rebecca Williamson, as “sitting between […]

Why Industrial Furniture?

Why Industrial Furniture?

Industrial style furniture has risen in popularity over recent years, with the trend for reclaimed materials and the New York loft apartment look really taking off. Whether a rural country home, modern apartment or commercial office, the look can be adaptable and fit in to any environment which explains its appeal. Predominantly, the look will […]

Our Console Table Gets The “About The House” Treatment

Our Console Table Gets The “About The House” Treatment

  • Author:Andrew Wareing

Our Console Table is the IronFire furniture equivalent of the middle child; not always a necessity for a home like the oldest child and our Dining Table, and not the centre of attention like the youngest child and the Ironfire Coffee Table. It does, however, play an important part in the Ironfire furniture family and […]