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It’s a new year, which is as good an excuse as any to make some changes to your home interiors! And with the enforced lockdown, we’ve all the more reason to be turning inward and thinking about how we can improve our immediate surroundings - redecorating and redesigning can be a positive and mentally fulfilling way to mark new beginnings! So, Ferris & Co have compiled a list of likely interior design trends for the coming year!

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Forget the bright lights, big fireworks, and packed pubs - this New Year’s Eve is going to be a quiet one! As a team of people that love homes, Ferris & Co believe this could still be a great New Year’s! Here are our top tips to make your home a fun and exciting place for New Year’s Eve 2020.

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The nights are getting frostier, Christmas lights are going up, and the festive season is truly starting to feel upon us. This means Christmas shopping, which is a perfect opportunity to treat your loved ones with some new, stylish homeware for the new year! At Ferris & Co, we believe that there is no better gift than one that helps make a house a home. So, we’ve compiled a list of affordable homeware gifts for friends and family this Christmas. 

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Nobody wants to be stuck in their room for lengthy periods of time - but, if you live with other people and either develop symptoms or come into contact with someone that has, it become a frustrating necessity. And while it is a moral and ethical duty to self-isolate, we’re still allowed to admit that it’s a struggle! So, here at Ferris & Co, we’ve decided to help by compiling a quick guide of ways to stay calm, productive, and positive while self-isolating in your bedroom this lockdown. With this guide, your self-isolation can become a way to learn new things about your own bedroom! 

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Staying at home for the next month is by no means ideal for any of us, but it is an opportunity to turn November into a productive month! Every property could do with an extra bit of decluttering, and the way we see it, and there’s never been a better time to do it! So, make the most of the national lockdown by grabbing your dusters and your storage boxes, and getting ready to tackle those messy corners of your house that you’ve been ignoring for years...

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