Constantly striving to refine our practice we see the extraordinary within the ordinary and use it to fuel a new wave of design.
Form and function. We’re obsessed with the combination. A capsule collection of design-led pieces for generation rent – love them now and in every home thereafter.
Our homes might have to work harder over the festive season, but discover the secret of effortless entertaining and you’ll feel just as relaxed as your guests.
From patio pastels to mindful moments and al fresco dining (we’ll just pretend we’re in the Italian Riviera), here are 4 ways to make this summer the best yet.
There’s a certain ‘je ne sais quoi’ floating around our latest storage designs – and it’s not just the fact that they’re stirring up a storm in the Swoon HQ with their bold beauty.
We chatted to Swoon Studio designer Darcey Wood to delve deeper into the story behind the Rune – a statement mid-century seat with deliciously daring angles.
We look at the best lighting for different needs, from ingenious plug-in wall lights to cosy corner companions, that’ll help you defy these dark nights.
Buying a sofa is a big decision, so we’ve looked at the key considerations – size, firmness, style and fabric – to help you pick the perfect piece for you.
The Fresco is inspired by mid-century Scandinavian design – but with some useful little details. We spoke to Swoon Studio designer Sam Greig to learn more.
We’re all about the triumphant power of these stylish home accessories to give an entire room a cheeky facelift.
The first of our monthly instalments rounding up the very best sofas for January 2019, featuring velvet buttoned-back classics and modern dome-like designs.
The Aero is simple shelving that makes you look twice. According to Swoon Studio designer Sam Greig, it takes a lot of influence from London and its ever-changing skyline.
We’ve plumbed the depths of The Final Few – limited edition designs we’ll never make again – to pick out the very best pieces, all organised by room.
The Thurlestone range has special significance for Swoon Studio designer Sam Greig.
For the home obsessive in your life, we’ve rounded up our pick of the very best Christmas gift ideas that’ll get their pulse racing.
The talented Swoon studio team has been busy of late, most recently working on a new range of candles, created with contemporary homes in mind.
Dabu printing – we can’t get enough of it. Our obsession du moment, it’s the magic behind the gorgeous patterns you see on Bohemian soft furnishings.
“The Terning plays on two ways of tiling – highlighting the depth and texture of the timber but also angling the grain. So you get a really intriguing pattern over a single wash of timber.”
“Modern life is an assault on the senses – especially visually. It’s only when you stop that you see beauty in the simplest shapes.”
It’s a universally acknowledged fact that the bedroom isn’t just a room – it’s a sanctuary. It’s where you do your best reflecting and recharge those batteries. So it’s no surprise that whenever we talk about bedroom design at Swoon, we get all glassy-eyed and start dreaming about Sunday lie-ins.
When it comes to glorious weather, we’re obsessed, especially as it means we get to enjoy dinner, drinks and merriment outside. Epic BBQs, elegant garden parties, intimate courtyard dinners for two; whatever your al fresco style, the fun shouldn’t stop when (inevitably) the weather turns. Here’s how to keep outdoor dining alive, whatever the weather.
Hailing from the pavements of Venice – “pavimento alla veneziana” – and favoured by the era of Art Deco, Terrazzo was a happy accident originally born out of a need for a decorative but affordable building material. When we mention it at Swoon HQ, people seem to find it amusing. How did this once ‘naff’ […]
This is it. The switch has been flipped. Lighting has landed and we can finally see each other in the office. Okay, it wasn’t that bad, but we’re seriously excited. A first foray into the world of illumination – this colourful collection is the talk of Swoon HQ.
Compact living – it’s a thing. Ever-increasing house prices mean that small living spaces are a reality for most of us. But it needn’t be a bad thing. Small spaces are quicker to heat, easier to clean and now, the land of design is catching up with the magic of ‘micro’.