Just like proud parents reveling in little Jimmy’s annual report, zero2one was positively beaming to learn of our client, Solus Decor’s Firecube 16” announced as a finalist in RHS Chelsea’s New Product of the Year category. Allowing you to enjoy your garden whatever the weather, the Firecube 16″ is a contemporary concrete fire pit […]
Can you believe it’s February already? In the world of interiors PR, that means that ‘gardens’ and ‘outdoor entertaining’ are the subjects du jour. We’re delighted to have been chosen as the agency to help launch Canadian fire pit and water feature specialists, Solus Decor, into the UK market. By way of introduction, […]
Autumn is upon us and as the nights start to drawn in, we begin to retreat indoors to the warmth of our homes. The girly pastel shades and bright colours that dominated the summer style books will be cast off in favour of more subdued tones and earthier textures.
One of the seminal trends of 2015 (and definitely one that’s seeped over from the runway) is that for 70s style interiors. We’re seeing more and more journalists requesting images of products with a retro bohemian flavour; which is great because our clients have plenty of 70s inspired fabrics and furniture! This trend seems set […]
On the first day of my university degree, I was told by my lecturer that as a PR pro, one of the hardest tasks you will face is measuring the effectiveness of your PR activity and showing the client how you have made them a return on their investment.
Photo source It’s just gone April, the clocks have gone back and it’s been a whole one week with brighter evenings; no wonder the top search terms by journalists are for gardens, picnics and floral patterned products. This excites us as we gear up for a hopefully warm, bright summer and can’t wait to see […]
With summer just round the corner, it’s a great time to give your home a new lease of life and breathe a breath of fresh air into it.
New England style originated in the small fishing islands of Cape Cod and Martha’s Vineyard off the coast of Massachusetts. It features crisp mixture of British and Dutch influences, brought over by the early pilgrims to the North West coast.