Original, Simple, Subtle: Soft Minimalism

I’m slowly shifting from monochrome interiors to more of a soft, subtle colour palette that we are seeing emerge into Soft Minimalism. It’s easy on the eye with the light colour palette of earthy tones, simple shapes and natural materials that are soft and nominal. These warm tones aim to dispel the myth that minimalism… Continue reading Original, Simple, Subtle: Soft Minimalism

Designing the Essentials: Subtle, strong, yet nostalgic interiors:

June Edition Introducing a monthly guide to designing the essentials for your home, with local artisans, designers and craftsman. This month we start strong and nostalgic with incorporating a crafted dining table, contemporary art, comfort seating and meaningful ceramic sculptures. Simplistic and thoughtful designs are often the most sophisticated. Textured walls with stream line furniture,… Continue reading Designing the Essentials: Subtle, strong, yet nostalgic interiors:

Creating spaces that take care of us

Our homes are our sacred spaces that allow us to release stress, recharge and simply taking a moment. A well-crafted home should be designed specifically to explore comfort and spaces that takes care of our essential needs. The environments we choose to spend our time in, can have a major impact on our physical, mental… Continue reading Creating spaces that take care of us

Creating a perfectly, imperfect home

We always strive to have the perfect home, speaking practically there is no such thing. The best way is to live well and have fun with your home that allows your personal style to come through. Create a relaxed, functional and comfortable home, just with a few well considered items and techniques that can completely… Continue reading Creating a perfectly, imperfect home

Inside Guide to: Slow Design

Slow Design or Slow Living; enables people to spend more time and to truly engage with what they doing or making. It’s all about being present and bringing focus to the task at hand, ignoring all distractions and enable deep concentration and awareness through the process. “To promote slowness or what we call ‘Slow design’ as… Continue reading Inside Guide to: Slow Design

Primal State – Shop the look

Inspired by the primal state trend for 2020 where raw surfaces meet tactile objects. As we enter into a new era of advances in technology, there is an increasing disconnection between the interactions of people. Let’s approach this era with tactile and aged surfaces, worn textures and the essence of natural elements such as stone,… Continue reading Primal State – Shop the look