5 steps to a safer office with Peter Green Commercial....

Crowded Offices are a thing of the past!

Peter Green Specialists will help get your office up and running…….safely!

Our consultants will give you Free advice on…

• Maintaining social distancing by clever use of furniture and flooring

• Suitability of existing office furniture, do you need wipeable chairs or easy to sanitise floors?

• Protecting your valued colleagues, are screens required?

• Organising  individual storage?

• Making your team safe and comfortable by carefully considering ventilation, signage and sanitiser points.

Contact our Accounts Manager Andrew Hatton on 07719 062 018 or email [email protected]

Peter Green can help you keep your distance!

Bring the art of Hygge in your home...

If you have not heard of hygge the general consensus is that hygge (hoo ga or hue ga) is the Danish art of comfort,

creating a sanctuary, warmth, and enjoying the little

things in life.

With comfort being one of the top trends in 2019 and with more and more people finding the stress of their fast-paced lifestyles intruding on their home lives, it is no surprise to find so many people adopting the art of hygge into their homes.

Peter Green Furnishers has plenty of products in store this season to fill your home with hygge during the gloomy winter months. We recommend discovering our range of

aromatherapy candles, comfortable throw blankets, a cosy sofa, or a piece of clean lined minimalist furniture that sparks joy.

During our biggest Winter Sale yet, we have the perfect

ranges to help create ambiance at your dinner table in the evening, cosy up with a good book or to have a relaxing quiet morning.

Get it all, at Peter Green Furnishers!

Be inspired: go back to black this season!

Black Friday is becoming a popular retail event because of American traditions. While it is 

unclear exactly how the tradition of Black Friday started,  is very clear that this season black is a hugely popular. Black is the classic statement 

colour to use in interior decor. Decorating with the colour black is for those who enjoy timeless luxury, boldness, and versatility in their home style.

This shade is produced by the absence of all light and creates high contrast with many other colours because of their nature to reflect plenty of light. From a decorating perspective black is a sleek statement which commands a room and creates a defined look. It can add visual weight and depth to

a space which may be lacking, or be used to 

intensify textural details in that space.

Black has been a popular statement colour throughout the ages, from the gothic period in the 1150s, to art deco in the early 1900s and now in 2018 we are seeing a revival of this mysterious and dramatic colour, through the minimalist movement and many other popular home trends that are 

taking the world by storm.

Velvet, midnight, leather, lacquer… blacks are often used in decor as a way to emphasise texture in a room. Black can be used all over the home as an opulent and unique way to add drama and contrast, we are seeing it used today in beautiful leather 

accent pieces, like a sofa, a footstool or in 

modern and chic metallic and glass accessories.

Black has also become very popular in flooring where it adds a timeless trendy touch to any room, black finishes on wood have been on trend this season. Black and white tile patterns have always been a ‘go-to’ look, no matter what style your home is. The best part of laying tiles is that there are so many unique patterns to choose from.

You can still incorporate black in your home 

without having to paint anything by using it as an accent colour, you can highlight certain areas or the lines of a room, black accessories like lamps and photo frames are another classic way to create dimension and visual interest in a space. If you are looking to add the luxuriousness of black accents and furniture, please be sure to see what Peter Green has in store for Black Friday.

Burnt Orange: Autumn 2018s Trendiest Colour


Pumpkin, Fire, Coral, and Marmalade, although all wildly different, they have one common quality… their orange colour. Specifically Burnt orange, which is midway between yellow, red and brown, this medium orange is the perfect hue to spice up a room. This extravagant orange is ideal for the creative, cozy, daring, retro or modern type of home. This versatile colour is often overlooked, which is what makes it such a unique and memorable touch to a home. Peter Green will show you how to use burnt orange in a distinct way, that will set your home apart.

Burnt orange is often used as an accent colour, in interior decor. The vibrancy of the hue can be used to brighten up a room which lacks natural daylight and adds visual warmth and contrast to a cool space filled with blues and greys. This spicy shade can be used to ‘wow’ your guests in a hallway or create a regal and luxurious atmosphere alongside red hues. Burnt orange can also be used to refresh the popular all white spaces.

This rich shade of medium orange got the name Burnt orange in 1915 and was a very popular colour at the time it was one of the eight accent colours used during the 1915 San Francisco World’s fair, and since then has been known as an adventurous accent colour in many homes. Burnt orange was extremely popular in the 1970s when bold, earthy tones were used throughout the home for a grounded vibe. This medium orange hue has been a classic for warm, autumnal shades throughout the ages. In 2018 striking colours, in the home, are on trend. Almost everywhere you look vibrant hues, like Burnt orange are making spaces pop, from farmhouse to glam, bright colours are catching everyone’s attention.

Burnt orange is a statement. We want our homes, and the pieces we choose to decorate with, to tell a story about who we are to our guests, as well as create an enjoyable environment for ourselves and family. Burnt orange is not only youthful, warm, refreshing, and comfortable, it is also known to encourage social interaction, as well as stimulate the appetite, which is perfect for most living spaces. Burnt orange is also revitalizing, sleek, and positive, and the perfect way to rejuvenate a space, without having to do much.

So how do you use this adventurous colour to revamp a space? Colour theory plays an important part here, while orange can be used in almost any colour palette, it tends to look cozy with neutrals, such as beige, brown, black, or white. Add striking contrast to a space by using Burnt orange against a blue or green palette, or use complementary colours such as reds, yellows, and violets for a memorable warm look. Or maybe you like monochromatic palettes, in that case Burnt orange could be used with lighter and darker shades of orange for a sleek uniform colour palette. When Choosing a colour palette it is best to pick 3-5 colours to use in a room, it might feel a bit limiting but with all the different shades you can use within those 3-5 colours the combinations are almost endless. Sticking to a few colours will allow for a more polished and professionally designed look.

Burnt orange is best used through statement accessory pieces such as accent chairs, throw pillows, lamps, clocks, and carpets all available at Peter Green. If you’re really feeling creative, you could also paint or wallpaper an accent wall to create the perfect back drop or centrepiece for your new Burnt orange accessories from Peter Green!