Living room furniture that believes beautiful can also be comfortable.
Beautiful bedroom furniture that sends you into reveries of calm.
Beautifully designed dining furniture that makes the cuisine look like a consolation prize.
Furniture pieces that give meaning to each other and to your life
Brighten the room with home accessories that serve as a wardrobe change for your furniture.
Kitchenware that make cooking and plating as enjoyable as what comes after.
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You don't have to look into outer space to see how
technology is changing our world. The proof is finding its way
right into our homes. Last month, a UK-based paint
manufacturer launched the first graphene paint. Graphene is
hailed as the strongest element in the natural world and the
paint is supposed to be the most eco-friendly material,
according to experts.
It's the little things that make you, you. Your loved
ones will tell you how they fell for the crinkle in your nose
when you smile, or the way your hair stands up to one side
when you wake up. The idiosyncrasies are what add the soul to
flesh and blood. It?s what sets you apart from the countless
other human beings.
Resplendent four-poster beds, lush armchairs with fine
embroidery and wholesome bar cabinets can make anyone feel
like they are sitting in the lap of royalty. They tell us
stories of a beautiful, bygone era. But do they behold the
needs of a modern, compact city home? Are they functional?
It's the little things that make you, you. Your house is no different. Think of your home as a living thing; it evolves with you, complements you and reflects who you are. Your personality is what adds soul to it. Wouldn't it be lovely if people immediately understood who you are the moment they step into your home? Here are five accessories that can transform your home from uber cool to super classy.
Ergonomic design makes you both comfortable and productive. Ever wondered why bar stools are so tall, or why do restaurants have low tables? These are some examples of ergonomics at work.
There's no escaping it; real estate is getting
expensive, houses are getting more compact and decorating is
becoming more challenging. The good news, however, is that
interior designers love a challenge.
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