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.
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.
After a little discussion in the office last week, we realised that there are two questions that we are always asked by our clients.
Summer is officially over, and although one may be feeling a bit down that the warm sunshine has gone, many of us will relish in the newness of the changing season.
We have always had a long love affair with monochrome and Scandinavian styled interiors and from our daily browsing through Pinterest, we are seeing these two trends merge more and more.
It won’t be news to the design-savvy among us that colour is one of the most crucial elements to consider when redecorating. Different combinations evoke a different mood, so what works for one room won’t necessarily look right in another.
Here at zero2one, we love flicking through the latest magazines, devouring their information on product launches and handy decorating tips, but mostly we love finding out about the latest trends to storm the interiors industry that will shape our buying behaviour for the coming months. So with this in mind, we recently got our mitts […]
This Saturday will see the Scots among us celebrate in true highland style for Burn’s night – the annual celebration commemorating the life and works of Scottish poet, Robert Burns. Celebrated on, or around, the Bard of Ayrshire’s birthday, January 25th, Burns Suppers can range from formal gatherings to informal rave-ups of drunkards and louts.
It probably hasn’t escaped your attention that the zero2one team have something of a sweet tooth.