The work of a professional can make all the difference. Whether your Montreal home has 10 bedrooms, or your apartment is 800 square feet, it can be tricky to create a cohesive look that is representative of your style. That’s where an interior designer comes in. A home decorator will help distill your tastes and ideas into a design that suits the needs of your space. Continue Reading
If you live in a small apartment or condo, you may understand the need for sectional sofas for small spaces. It’s important to keep functionality in mind, as well as versatility when furnishing small spaces. You want to be able to tastefully furnish this space, yet you don’t want it to look cramped or cluttered. Continue Reading
Istanbul-based mixed media artist and graphic designer Ceren Kiliç aims to unite influences of the past with fantasies of the future in her vividly surreal imagery. No longer relegated to the walls, her ethereal artwork adorns this throw pillow cover by DENY Designs. Toss it on the couch, bed, or floor—just don’t try squeezing it into a frame. Continue Reading
It must be a dream of many a gambling man, and for that matter many a gambling woman too: the perfect gaming room in your own home. Building a gaming room is the ultimate DIY project, though you might be quite happy to simply design one and get the builders in. It is an ideal project for a home extension or garage conversion; you could even build one in your loft or anywhere else where you can make a reasonable amount of space; it will certainly be more sociable than playing at an online casino. Continue Reading
Based on the infinite layers of the Grand Canyon in America, this eco-friendly collection by Italian architect Giancarlo Zema for the Origami Furniture brand is made from recycled pieces of cardboard.
The range consists of a chair, coffee table and lamp, which together form a complete indoor living space. Soft and curvaceous shapes reveal cosy niches to keep bags, magazines or small objects. The organic structures help to bring a sense of the outdoors into any environment.
There are many different ways to save money and avoid unnecessary expenditure. Well known strategies include low rate mortgages, smarter budgeting, up-cycling and DIY. Decorating your home is exciting and it’s easy to jump in without proper planning and preparation.
However, if you don’t budget accordingly you could find yourself half way through a project with no money left to finish. To help you avoid this, we have constructed a list of suggestions to help you decorate beautifully within a budget. Continue Reading
Filling up a home with furniture, ornaments and floor coverings is easy; in fact, anyone can do it. We can all just pop out to the store, spend a small fortune, bring the items back to the house and just scatter them across every home. It’s a piece of cake. If you thought this constituted interior design, however, you’d be completely wrong.
Furnishing a home on a budget involves far more than buying items and dumping them haphazardly across the whole house. It takes an eye for detail, an understanding of colours and contrasts, a knowledge of fabrics and textures and the ability to sniff out the bargains. Here are five tips to turn a property into a home that won’t entail spending a small fortune. Continue Reading
“The CHIPPENSTEEL is the most extravagant design in FIDU. Created as a result of research on material behaviour in FIDU forming method, it discovers new – more complex possibilities and opens new ways in FIDU shaping technology. FIDU technology means that two ultra-thin steel sheets are welded together around their edges and inflated under high pressure to give a 3d object. Continue Reading
Designer Anna Leymergie has created ‘Lampe L’, a lamp made for angles.
“The L lamp is made for an angle. It clings on to furniture like a small animal on a promontory. It’s a craft piece, hand-stitched, which makes each piece unique.”
Materials : rattan, Japanese paper, linen yarn & white oak