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:

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

Incorporating Classic Blue Pantone of the Year 2020 in every room

“We are living in a time that requires trust and faith. It is this kind of constancy and confidence that is expressed by PANTONE 19-4052 Classic Blue, a solid and dependable blue hue we can always rely on. Imbued with deep resonance, Classic Blue provides an anchoring foundation. A boundless blue evocative of the vast… Continue reading Incorporating Classic Blue Pantone of the Year 2020 in every room

Luxury Living- Shop the look

We are seeing an influx of round curvy furniture in sofas, occasional furniture, rugs and accessories. The world of design is about to do a big turn in rounded furniture. Bauhaus inspired edges are being dramatically softened by the soft round curves of everyday objects we live in. The look of tiny little boxes scattered,… Continue reading Luxury Living- Shop the look

Ogee drop tiles

Have you heard of an ogee? If not, then you probably have seen one, also known as the “fish scale tile”. We see this fun geometric shape used in tile designs and patterns repeated in interiors and architectures. The shape and style is being referred to as Moroccan, however it from the Gothic English style.… Continue reading Ogee drop tiles