Our interiors editor Giles Kime gazed into his crystal ball to make these bold predictions for what might happen in the world of interiors during 2018.
Follow Giles Kime
Bobbles offer an opportunity to create a discreetly decorative look which is bang on trend this Christmas.
Period houses are being treated to a jauntier palette of colours, says Giles Kime, as he explores bold beautiful hues for your home.
Charles Spencer is leading the charge for the return of popular history. He spoke to Giles Kime.
Art Deco is almost a hundred years old, and its modern revival now dates back almost 15 years – but it's still going strong and going in new directions, as Giles…
Giles Kime profiles the amazing Martin Frost, the last commercial fore-edge painter in the country.
Modern bathroom design has thrown the baby out with the bathwater, says Giles Kime – but the classical fittings we used to love are making a comeback.
Giles Kime takes a look at a new kitchen design that's taken the best elements of Victorian and Edwardian traditions without getting bogged down in the past.
A new generation of beds and accessories offers the ultimate in canine chic.
Increasingly, the redecoration of former pubs offers an opportunity to evoke a long-lost style of decoration.
Interiors editor Giles Kime gives his advice on how to get a handle on your kitchen drawers and cupboards.
The modern chaise longue has been reinvented to combine pared-back looks with a more commodious feel.
The secret of the classic country wedding is quality over quantity, says Giles Kime
Michael Caine swears by separate bathrooms. You don't need to go quite so far, says Giles Kime.
Country Life's interiors editor Giles Kime makes his selection of fine flooring for all types of different room.
For cosiness and efficiency, log burners and stoves are the ultimate choice.
Giles Kime takes a look at the trend for low-hanging lights.
Giles Kime admires a pared-down space capped off with an antique marble bath that sets the tone.
Furry and feathery creatures are here to stay.
Stephanie Dunning’s house has a feel that gives no clue to the restoration that has taken place.