Category: Interior

Building your own salon wall doesn’t have to cost the earth. Contemporary and traditional art can easily be attainable on Ahlan Art. We’ll be putting together collections of artworks every fortnight that sit perfectly together and work well as a mini personal gallery. Creating a gallery with a collection of your favourite art prints and artworks can instantly boost […]

> View article

Displaying your art collection doesn’t always require hammering a hole into the wall. Whether you’re renting or moving into a new apartment where the walls are made of nail-unfriendly material, you’ve got to get creative to avoid staring at blank walls. We’ve come across a few ideas that will help you display your art collection and add personality back into the room without damaging the walls.  Image source: Apartment Therapy

> View article

Bold saturated colours can make a powerful eye-catching statement when done right. Bold doesn’t necessarily have to be over the top in fact a single rich colour theme could be all the bold appeal you need. To tastefully add bold hues into your interior first determine the colour will feature well in your space and compliment it. If you have adequate natural light pouring in, a darker more […]

> View article

One of my favourite parts of collecting art is placing them together and creating a distinctive mini gallery. When art is displayed right the results are timeless and generate a stylish way of unveiling character. I’ve noticed when I post salon inspired walls, the post itself gets many likes and saves. With that I’ve decided to put together […]

> View article

A majority of homes have always been dominated by white mood boards. But over the last few years interior trends have started opening up to the dark side blue. Rich navy, ocean deep tones and luxurious indigo are dividing opinions more than any other colour. Blue is widely used in decorating, it reflects the soothing tones of both sea and sky, […]

> View article

The weather recently may have had  its ups and more downs. But with hopeful dry summer approaching fast and clean spring coming to an end, it’s time to re-think the interiors and bring the sunshine indoors. We change our clothes to fit with the current season, so why not change our interiors. During the winter it’s all about thick wool’s, velvet’s, cashmere’s […]

> View article

Industrial interior design first evolved in the early 70s when the closing down of old factories, warehouses and offices were/are being revamped by architects into living spaces. The architects are retaining as much of the raw industrial structure and working with styling it rather than covering up the old mechanisms, iron pipes and exposed brickworks.  Old factories and warehouses […]

> View article

Half way through the blooming season of Spring I’ve come across Pantones fashion colour report for Spring 2017. Keeping in mind the colours were picked back in September 2016 in reminiscent of the hues that surround us in nature. Their colour prediction of mixed hues from bright and vivid colours to earthly tones perfectly resembles […]

> View article

One of my favourite places to look through for interior design inspiration is fashion magazines and past runway archives. The inspiration that flows through the number of pages is endless when keeping a keen eye out for colour combinations, textures, patterns, materials and styles. The fabric, print and colour of a stylish dress can equally become an inspiration […]

> View article

Whenever I look to print my photography I always opt for printing them as postcards. I’m repeatedly asked “why postcard? What will you do with them?” My simple answer; to create a mini gallery. Of course your can collect them, store them and pin them on to a notice board. But where’s the fun in […]

> View article