The High-Street Interiors Destination We Love

The High-Street Interiors Destination We Love

Now, more than ever, we’re looking around our homes and deciding which rooms might be in need of an update. For an interiors refresh which won’t break the bank, MADE is the high-street destination known for its contemporary, on-trend designs, but without the sky-high price tags. Here’s why it gets our vote, and how it could help transform any room in your home…


Time For A Home Reset

Whether you want to change up an entire scheme or just refresh an unloved corner, MADE is a comprehensive one-stop-shop for updating every space in your home. While a dedicated home office remains the dream addition for many of us, we’re also recognising the importance of relaxation and dividing our space to allow us time to unwind away from our desks. Larger sofas that accommodate the whole family, beds we can sink into at the end of the day, dining spaces that deliver a special atmosphere even mid-week, are all at the top of our wish lists.

It’s All About Good Design

Practical and functional solutions do not need to compromise on style. MADE is known for its work with independent designers to create unique pieces with the kind of credentials made to last. Plus, the MADE model is different from your average high-street store – the brand works with producers from all over the world, and produces stock in small batches only once you’ve placed an order, so they can respond quickly to new trends, be more experimental and customise ranges to suit the needs and demands of its customers, all while avoiding unnecessary waste. The biggest benefit, though, is that you can have access to the finest quality makers, suppliers and independent designers straight from the source, which not only cuts out the middleman, it minimises costs, and therefore the price you end up paying. Lead times are typically a month or two, but there is an ‘Express’ range if you can’t wait that long. 

MADE designers create unique pieces using the kind of credentials made to last.
MADE designers create unique pieces using the kind of credentials made to last.

On Trend, But Timeless

Demand for natural materials and colours continues, with soft palettes of earth tones and off whites, and finishes including linen and light wood, sprinkled throughout the range. Think fluted doors on cabinetry, tortoiseshell glass lights, hessian panelling and highly textured fabrics – all of which are just some of the trend-led touches you can find at MADE. Finally, once life returns to normal, don’t forget to drop into one of their showrooms where you can see the furniture pieces and get a feel for the fabrics – plus, you’ll be able to ask for specific interiors advice and see mock rooms set up for further inspiration.

Need some inspiration? MADE have something for every room in the house…

For The Living Room...

MADE is known for its selection of accent chairs, and continues to excel in this area. Bang on trend, with woven cane furniture and bouclé fabrics, marble tables and eye-catching lighting, you can easily enhance your living space with these contemporary classics.

For The Bedroom...

To make your bedroom as relaxing as possible, embrace cocooning materials, such as velvet and bouclé. Rattan furniture is here to stay, and ties in nicely with other natural materials, such as oak.

For The Home Office...

More important than ever, a home office should include a desk and chair combo that’s not only practical, but stylish, too. We’re loving the range of chairs at MADE, all of which come in luxe fabrics. Plus, the gold accents on desks and lamps help inject bit a glamour, too.

For The Dining Room...

From comfortable chairs to space-saving dining benches, MADE offers myriad seating options to work hard around its array of dining tables. Keep it comfy with seat pads, and ensure the ambience is set with eye-catching lighting.

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