A high-speed video of the process to restore the colour and remove marks from an old photo.
Lush, rich colours are definitely a feature this year. Velvet is a very on-trend item but can easily be overdone. Try having a single bold piece such as a couch in rich teal, navy or violet velvet.
Team luxury, glossy frames with bold coloured mats. Use a silk or suede mat to give it that sumptuous feel.
The trend for tropical continues this year with Monstera and palms coming indoors. Mix rich shades of green with dark furniture and charcoal or navy walls.
A woven look frame teamed with a textured mat or a bamboo frame with a green silk mat help complete the look.
No it's not your favourite Japanese condiment! Wabi Sabi is the Japanese philosophy of finding beauty in the imperfect things around us. Natural linens, time-worn timbers, things that have been well loved and show it!
Here slightly distressed frames have been teamed with textured mats creating a very tactile look.
Rich, earthy tones help make a room feel warm and inviting. Terracotta, ochre, rust and soft sage can be teamed with tribal patterned cushions or rugs to create a welcoming feel.
Natural finishes such as timber will always go well with earthy colours. Here we've layered the colours with double mats to pick out elements of the image being framed.
For the past couple of years copper and rose gold have featured prominently in interior design. This year you can expect to see the emergence of brass as an alternative. Try sourcing vintage pieces such as tapware or lighting or be bold and go with brass furniture or a brass framed mirror.
Team brass mouldings with rich greens or soft pinks. Here we've chosen some detailed mouldings with standard acid-free mats.