• Jul 13, 2016


    Jul 13, 2016



    This year, our Emerging Talent Award brief 2016 asks up-and-coming designers to create a design appropriate to the small, urban spaces over half the world’s population now lives in. We’re looking for space saving pieces, furniture that multi tasks or a design that simply creates a peaceful home environment. Check out our infographic to get the facts and see why we’ve made this the topic of our 2016 competition.

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  • Jul 7, 2016

    How to create a bold, contemporary home, with Neil and Will Harman.

    Jul 7, 2016

    Neil and Will Harman, their son Hugo and their Boston Terrier Seven.

    It’s all about bold stripes, patterns and colour in the Harman house. The family have lived in their extended, smart-enabled Victorian home in Fife, Scotland since renovating in 2015, but this international family are endlessly jet-setting around the world. When they’re not in Scotland they list their 4 bed, 3 bath home on Airbnb. We spoke to Neil about how he and husband Will created their bold, contemporary interior style.

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  • May 19, 2016

    Scandi style in a London flat

    May 19, 2016

    We sat down with Londoner Lisa who gave us some tips on creating a warm, Danish-style home in a small London flat.

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  • Apr 29, 2016

    12 hotspots in Amsterdam

    Apr 29, 2016

    AMS skies

    When people go to Amsterdam, they’re often looking for two things. But now, they’ll be looking for three. The latter being the newly opened MADE.COM showroom, close to the Vondelpark. But don’t let us monopolise your weekend break too much. Read on to see what other temptations the city has to offer, as recommended by our fave Dutch bloggers Maartje a.k.a. Bart from bartsboekje.com.

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  • Apr 22, 2016

    Go traditional, but keep that ‘edge’

    Apr 22, 2016


    This month, we had a nosy through Alice’s home in South London. She has a thing for strong pattern and traditional accessories. Which should look fussy and over powering, right? Wrong. Have a look and see how she's used these impactful pieces, and still kept things fresh and modern.

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  • Apr 15, 2016

    Trends spotted in Milan during Salone del Mobile 2016

    Apr 15, 2016


    MADE’s design team have been hot-footing it around Milan’s Salone del Mobile, checking out the trends and stand-out pieces for 2017. We know our customers like to be ahead of the interiors curve, so read on, and discover the key design looks for next year…

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  • Apr 6, 2016

    Meet MADE studio designer, Ruth Wassermann

    Apr 6, 2016


    Name: Ruth Wassermann
    Town/country of origin: Glasgow, Scotland
    Job title: Head of Design
    Category: Bedroom

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  • Mar 23, 2016

    Meet MADE Studio Designer, Christine Standeisky

    Mar 23, 2016


    Name: Christine Standeisky

    Town/country of origin: Born in Bucharest, raised in Hamburg

    Job title: Senior Product Designer

    Category: Dining, Living and Office furniture

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  • Mar 17, 2016

    Trunks and disco balls: See inside Natalie's home.

    Mar 17, 2016

    This month on Unboxed we took a trip to Surrey to see Natalie’s personality-packed home. She mixes old and new with bespoke creations, roadside finds, and of course pieces from MADE.COM. See how she styles trunks, chests and disco balls in her 1950s home.

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  • Feb 29, 2016

    Mother’s Day Gift Ideas + WIN £550 in vouchers

    Feb 29, 2016


    How does your mum relax? If she’s anything like us, then a comfy sofa, a good cup of tea does the trick. But just in case it’s slipped your mind, Mother’s Day is approaching, and a plain old cup of tea just won’t cut it. She deserves something special, so here’s a few ideas to treat your mum well this Mother’s Day. Plus there’s a chance to win some great prizes.

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