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  • Our Debutantes: Our Beautiful New French Style Beds

    In the past month not only have we debuted our fab new look website, but this week we've launched a collection of exclusive and exquisite French beds.
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  • Introducing Boho & Co

    Like the Latin Quarter of Paris, we have a deep rooted love for not only all things French but with a little bit of bohemian beauty. So when we discovered the effortlessly-romantic home wares collection from Boho & Co we simply couldn't resist
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  • Decorex 2015 Trend Report: Get The Look

    Every September, those from the interior's world descend upon our capital for one week, in celebration of all things hot, now and upcoming for our homes as London Design Festival (LDF) takes hold
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  • So It Turns Out: We're STILL Cool!

    It's official, for the fourth year running we're one of the coolest brands in the land - find out why...
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  • Falling for Pastels

    Quite often when we're having our buying/marketing meetings at FBC HQ our favourite Miranda Priestly (of Devil Wears Prada, in case she needed an introduction) quote is brandished around: "Florals? For spring? Ground breaking." We're so often faced with the traditional, expected and predictable fashions that come with each season - warm tones for autumn, cosy textures for winter, the dreaded - florals for spring and the blatantly obvious brights for summer. These aren't new, noteworthy or blogworthy trends as far as we're concerned - you all know how to "do" the seasons and we're pretty sure you "do" them well. Our job, on The FBC blog, is to introduce you to the new, unexpected and actual ground breaking trends that your homes (and even your wardrobes) will welcome like a freshly ground, skinny latte on a bleary Monday morning.
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  • Trend Report: Inky Blue

    For a little while the inky blues have sat in the background to the ever favoured blush pink, copper/rose gold and copper tones which have dominated our interiors for the past year or so. But now, the rich blue tones are coming to the fore to have their moment in our interiors spotlight. From dark indigo and navy to denim blues - these cool, deep shades are the perfect way to add a grown-up edge to the pinky hues in our homes. Dare we say it, but it feels as though the inky blues we're seeing rising to the top, could be a a slightly more colourful, design savvy alternative and a shade braver than the fail-safe (and still our fave really!) grey.
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  • Vote & Win

    We're super lucky that every now and then we get nominated for a fab award, you might have even seen us mention that we offer "award winning" products and service, but might be wondering who has awarded us and what for. In the past 12 months we have been fortunate to be showered with awards and most of this is down to our wonderfully loyal customers. You kindly take the time to nominate and vote for us in your hundreds - so this is a big thank you for your time! Oh, but we have just two more favours to ask... we need your votes again!
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  • Design Tips for A Small Bedroom

    Unfortunately, we are not all blessed with huge amounts of square footage in our bedrooms - especially considering in some parts of London a double bedroom of 10'x12' would set you back £240k*, yes, that's just the bedroom! But what these rooms may lack in space they can well and truly make up for in character, charm, cosiness and comfort. There's something almost womb-like about being cocooned in a smaller bedroom, tucked up in your own little world. A diminutive bedroom sometimes manages to convey more about the person who lives there, as the items within have been carefully thought out and are obviously considered important to be granted valuable space. Another great benefit to having a smaller scale bedroom is that the design can remain simple without getting to overwhelming, you simply don't have the space to over complicate it.
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  • Reflected Glory

    Modern mirrors no longer mean a rectangular sheet of glass above a bath, a la 70's bungalow chic or a rickety set of sliding wardrobe doors - a myriad of shapes, sizes, tints and frames now mean mirrors are not only functional but also pieces of art.
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  • Bedside Story - Inventive Ways With Bedside Tables

    Typically reserved for the book you read before you go to bed, your phone charger, a glass of water and a myriad of other bits and bobs you may throw its way, the lowly bedside table is definitely a practical piece of furniture, but not one to be overlooked.
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