There’s always been a taste for antique furnishings. These days, a widely acquired taste. Antiques are hot partly because of… There’s always been a taste for antique furnishings. These days, a widely acquired taste. Antiques are hot partly because of supply chain delays and higher prices for many custom or mass-market pieces. There’s also the
Ercol, Dunelm When designing a bedroom, colour is one of the most important considerations, and every other design decision, from materials to pattern, window treatments to flooring, follows suit. In a bedroom, colour should be chosen first and foremost to create a restful environment, and for this purpose, green is one of your safest bets.
Sweden’s Green Furniture Concept creates furniture inspired by nature – reflected not only in its biophilic designs but in the company’s sustainable manufacturing practices, too. Video: place makers Green Furniture Concept design and furnish public spaces, from shopping centres to educational institutions, clinics to railway stations, guided by the principles of biophilia In
Green is in, gray could be heading out. Love those clean mid-century lines, but how about something really comfortable. And wouldn’t a luxurious home theater be nice? With many of us spending a lot more time at home during the pandemic, tastes in furnishing and decor have changed. One example: a shift back to warm
Annie Schlechter If you’re looking to transform your bathroom or remodel the space with an overall new look, a great way to start is by choosing the right color to match your desired aesthetic. While some may fall for the warm colors in the red, orange or yellow variations, others might lean toward the cooler