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From lighting to WFH organisation: Top décor brands give tips on how to make your home a sanctuary

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It's become apparent for many over the past year and a bit that not only do our homes need to be more than a place to live in; they also need to be a place of comfort and serenity.

Whether it's been for work or simply having had to isolate during the initial lockdowns, we have all spent more time in our homes than we've probably ever before and this could have well resulted in you thinking more deeply about how you experience where you live.

With 18 months of working from home - or living at work, however you choose to see it - home décor experts and leading interior companies offer similarly aligned tips from having your workspace work for you to incorporating textures that complement relaxation and adding a touch of luxury with sculptural pieces that bring joy. 

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