An illustration of the best interior design trends
AUTUMN/WINTER EDITION 2021 | ISSUE 1
The Main Company is pleased to launch ‘The Main Home’, a bi-annual publication which will feature projects we have completed whether a kitchen, flooring or commercial development. Our goal is to create a periodical which shares our passion to design, construct and fit stunning installations which are distinct in their originality. Many companies have similar themes in their designs so the brand is obvious, we pride ourselves in the organic originality which sets us apart and embodies the unique brand we have become.
The Main Home will not only showcase our work but also give a snapshot of the other companies we work with who are an integral part of our service, the suppliers range from cookers to cup handles and everything in between. We are lucky to have been in business for over 40 years and that experience has seen trends come and go and come back again. It is also true to say that designs and architectural shapes from hundreds of years ago are still used today and certainly stand the test of time in a ‘if it isn’t broken don’t fix it’ sort of way. In our publications we aim to inspire, inform and involve you and look forward to your feedback.
Autumn slowly envelops us in cool, crisp colours of bright mornings and stunning orange and pink sunsets. It is a time to soak in the changing colours around us and prepare our indoor living spaces for longer periods inside. In this issue we feature a stunning ‘Perfectly Pink’ kitchen in South Bank (p.4), the glorious green of the Harley Green kitchen in Hammersmith (p.20), the fiery autumn Heat orange in the Hampshire tree house (p.28) and the calming Basalt blue in the Cornwall project (p.32).
Kitchens equal food and food equals recipes, we have included a foodie page from Bora, one of our appliance suppliers. We also have additional references from some of our main suppliers, Buster and Punch, Lacanche, Bora, 1810 and The Little Greene Company. This issue focuses on two flooring projects, one in Cornwall and the other in Archer Street and the commercial development for this edition presents the Archer Street Bar.