We often hear the term green design, sustainable furniture and so on. So what exactly is sustainable interior design? And how can we create healthy interiors using it?
Summer is generally known as the best time for holidays. This is the period when families get to have reunions, old school pals having to get together, or even co-workers having the off period to hook up and discuss things other than work. Consequently, in times like this, we often mingle in the backyard, open…
If you have your rental apartment on the market at Costa del Sol, you would certainly need to know the latest trends in home decoration in this part of Spain. However, you might be wondering what could that be, here are the home decoration trends for rental apartments in Costa del Sol you must care…
Scandinavian interior design is one of the most well know styles used in interiors all over the world. It is composed of a few very characteristic elements: white walls, wooden flooring and simple-in-form furniture.
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When it comes to sustainable home décor, it is unfortunately still not such a popular trend, although The US are doing a great job introducing more and more eco-friendly homeware brands into their market.
Christmas always plays a special part in our life. This year, we probably wait for it even more impatiently, looking for an occasion to dress up, celebrate and socialize. We all look forward for this stable and never-changing tradition to come to our homes, even if in the ´´new normal´´ our typical list of guests will get a bit shorter.
Probably 99% of our society thinks that interior designers MUST know how to hand draw and that every design idea is first developed in a sketchbook.
There are some styles that are just timeless and you won’t make a mistake choosing them. Vintage style is definitely one of those.
Similarly to the fashion industry, every year there are different colors, patterns, and details that are considered to be “in”.