Décor

Bioplastic artist Jessie French is challenging the culture of collecting

Melding design and science, Jessie French's exploratory art practice uses alternative materials and degradable plastics, creating award-winning beautiful pieces with a purpose - to not release any more hard rubbish into the environment. ...

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The bigger our cities get, the more difficult it can become to stay in touch with nature. But you don’t have to have a national park on your doorstep as there’s something magical about filling a room with greenery; and we’re not just talking about their capacity to purify the air. Just find an area in your home with a smattering of natural light and let your imagination (and the greenery) go wild with some simple ideas.

If you have a small garden or yard, adding greenery can be challenging. Thankfully, it’s more than possible to create an outdoor haven even if you are restricted by size. We caught up with King Living’s design expert, Sebastian Nash, to discuss how you can make the most of your outdoor living space.