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The foundational Zen concepts of self-control and meditation translate to certain styles of interior design quite well.
Christmas bells are ringing, and so is your décor – for some jolly decorations for the big day. Stuck for something for the mantelpiece?
Two trends of the moment, black and white and Scandinavian themes can make quite a pair. We’ve found two apartments that use the trends wisely, putting Scandinavia’s busy simplicity and black and white’s dramatic effects to good design use.
Designer and visualization artist Andrei Lychkouski designed this Minsk apartment for a bachelor with an eclectic taste for styles that span eras and archetypes – the result is a mixture between the traditional and the ultramodern, carefully decorated with surprising details around every turn.
We all have quirks and luxuries we would love to indulge. Yet agate doesn’t always work with interiors, emojis don’t always light up your kitchen, and marble and slate make for expensive kitchen benchtops.
Black and white interiors are impossible to ignore. They’re bold, versatile, and perhaps most importantly, they always allow the interesting architectural elements and fixtures to stand at center stage.
A small apartment need not obstruct style. These four spaces under 100sqm create characterful and contemporary living areas.
Minimalism has long been a popular look for social areas of the home, but the rising popularity of low-profile beds and greyscale color palettes indicates that minimalist bedrooms are catching up quickly.
Every interior can benefit from warm, wooden tones to fire up those cold winter nights. What better way to inject the rustic than with a wooden wall clock?
Often used in bedroom design, the soft appeal of grey can cool many interiors. Yet one secret power remains – its subtle transformation of kitchens.
With many design influences springing from the West – Nordic, Scandinavian, French – we sometimes forget about the luxuries of the East.
As Christmas nears, autumn makes its way to many of our homes around the globe. Gone are the fresh, light, summery hues, replaced with a darker, warmer, more comforting palette.
Brilliant and beautiful, peacocks are made to make an entrance. Differing from owl and bird decorations in their prowess and majesty, the peacock is a show-off – and boy, does he have a lot to show off.
Eclectic and oh-so-stylish, the Scandinavian theme stretches to most living, dining and bedroom areas – but the kitchen is where it really comes out to shine.
Compact living spaces offer significant challenges when it comes to color planning, especially in the case of studios and open concept layouts.
Fancy a modern home in a forest location? This two-storey takes the traditional home, cuts it in half, and adds a legal track car in the centre.
Scandinavian style interiors are still just as hot as ever. Have you been planning a Nordic interior makeover?
Many kitchens offer white, wood, and chrome features. What many don’t boast is a touch of marble. Indicative of the luxurious and uber-sophisticated, marble is a textile most kitchens only dream of.
Cuckoo clocks often bring to mind, well, the cuckoo. The mainstay in that crazy aunty or neighbour’s living room, childhood memories may evoke a touch of the odd or alternative.
While low beds are famously associated with Japanese design, they’re beginning to catch on in modern design circles – and for those whose knees can handle them, low beds have several benefits.