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31 Mar 2020


Design, Decor, Repair Interior Design Studio (DDR) Creates a Luxurious Oasis for Relaxation and Rest Featuring a Soothing Yet Simultaneously Glamorous Space and KOKET’s Renowned  Chandra Chair

When it comes to interior design the Sochi, Russia-based studio Design, Decor, Repair (DDR) offers stunning spaces executed with precision and care and a dose of some serious finesse. Many say the living room is the heart of a home, however, most will agree that their bedroom is a personal retreat that is just as essential. Perhaps when you think of a dream bedroom you imagine only a plush bed, but to create a true bedroom oasis color choice is also paramount. This bedroom design by DDR’s Valeria Mikheeva is a perfect example of a relaxing yet cheerful color scheme perfect for rest, but also far from a room full of boring neutral tones.

DDR was founded in 2011 and has extensive experience in the field of repair and decoration. The firm is not afraid to accept challenges and takes great pleasure in complex and non-standard objects. With experience and a professional team, DDR offers many options for unique decoration and design solutions for the most difficult rooms. The focal point of this dreamy bedroom is a fabulous accent wall featuring a beautiful soft pink and cool green and teal wallpaper with gold accents reminiscent of natural gemstone. The rest of the room’s walls are painted a calming lavender with gold accents for added glamour. Continuing the calming vibes the bed is upholstered in a delicious mint green and the cream-colored curtains are finished with a wide whimsical feathered band.

Contrasting the rooms relaxing tones DDR added splashes of jewel tones, livening the space and furthering the space’s sense of glamour. A vibrant purple area rug, a golden oval bench and vanity with a stunning turquoise Chandra Chair by KOKET complete the color scheme.

Light is key to color, and DDR knows just how to add light to finish of the room. With a lighted mirror frame, uplighting from beneath the ceiling moldings, luxurious nightside pendants and a stunning chandelier the room comes to life. And through the use of glass closet doors showcasing lit shelving, DDR completes this enchanting bedroom oasis.

Home Office: Bringing Work Home Was Never This Eas...

Brabbu Design Forces

31 Mar 2020

When working from home, it is quite important to find a way to keep our personal life apart from it, since it is crucial not to make home feel like work. Nevertheless, those that have to work from home can create a space that will improve their productivity, keep their focus and still be comfortable. A Home Office is the perfect solution: you can get the best of both worlds and keep these two worlds together yet separated! There is no place like home, so give your home décor a professional and cosy feel with these home office ideas – bringing work home was never so easy.

The first thing that comes to mind upon hearing the words Home Office is a desk. A large, tough and (why not) aesthetically appealing desk can be the centre of your space where you can spread all that paperwork. Even though the BARAKA Desk fits any environment, it can be a fierce choice for a home office project where the key is to be comfortable in your two main spheres.

High-back Armchairs

Preferably, a desk should be accompanied by an imposing high-back armchair. The CLERK High-back chair, is a staggering upholstered chair in cotton velvet, with legs in high glossy lacquered. This chair will surely spice up any office design. The SIKA armchair is equally elegant, due to its button detailing on the inner back, the nail head trim and the brass details of the arms. Two great options to to feel laid-back… even when working.

Large Imposing Light
Another important element in your home office decoration is the lighting. A good light is fundamental to help you reach your goals and also to keep you concentrated, making sure you will not feel drowsy. AURUM III Suspension Light is an imposing round light made of matte hammered brass. A piece that will bring comfort to your home office and above all will be a companion by helping you to stay focused.

A Soft Floor
Just like the products listed above, a good rug can also be a good acquisition for your home office. Taking into consideration that you probably will not be wearing shoes in the house, a large rug covering most of your desk floor can surely be the key to bring all of this comfort in. Named after the Norwegian capital, Oslo is a hand-tufted rug with a snow-white pile with spots pattern. A good purchase for a home office, especially for particularly cold days.

A Final Touch
Few are the home décor items that are as versatile as cushions: you can find them in your bed as well as in a sofa or an armchair to complete their look, giving a hint of comfort. So why not also bring it to the home office? Place it in a large sofa or armchairs for your guests and get the final touch you were looking for.

5 ways to Spring-ify Your Home

Animi Causa

25 Mar 2020

Spring is in the air! If you’re like many people, then you’ll want to leave the bitter cold of winter behind and instead embrace the warmth and renewal of spring.
If you want to bring a little spring inside your home, consider these 5 ways you can make your home more seasonal this year.
Add plants and flowers to your home to bring spring inside

Adding real plants and flowers inside your home is the perfect way to bring a little of Mother Nature inside! You can either buy fully grown plants and flowers or grow your own; to start some seeds, try out something like the Seed Guard - Seed Growing Device that lets you grow them in a bowl of water. To avoid messy spills, you should get a nifty watering funnel such as the Leaflow - Pot Watering Funnel which will make watering your plants easier than ever before. And if you're in the mood to grow some herbs, grab a pair of Leafers - Herb snips so you can have fresh herbs in the kitchen with a simple snip-snap of some scissors.

Buy creative decor with a floral touch

Who doesn’t love creative décor! Your home will look perfectly spring-like when you add some creative décor. Try wrapping faux florals around your kitchen chairs for a rustic look, or add some vibrant Tropical Magnets to your fridge to give your kitchen a quirky makeover. If you’re looking for something more homey, look for a floral rug that you can spread out in your living room or a nice floral blanket to set in your reading nook. You’ll love cozying up with a flower-laden blanket while sipping tea made with a Tulip - Tea Infuser!

Swap up standard kitchen accessories for ones inspired by nature

Standard kitchen appliances can be so boring, so why not switch them up with some spring favorites? If you love to cook, you'll definitely want to keep your spices in the Sprout Jar - Container and Spoon (or if you’d rather not favor one season, look for an all-season décor like the Four Seasons - Seasoning Shaker Set!). Opt for spoons and stirrers with floral patterns or handles; and if you're into pasta and soups, use the Flower Power - Steam Releaser to keep your pots from boiling over. Don’t forget the dining room! Swap out boring old cloth napkins for napkins with a floral print or, if you’d rather keep your standard set, add some Bloom Napkin Holders - Set of 4 for a nice flower touch.

Use lighter colors and keep curtains open to let the light in

Finally, don’t forget to let the spring sunshine in! Switch up any dark colors in your home for light shades, such as light greens, pinks, blues, yellows and oranges; and make sure to keep your curtains open so that all that beautiful spring sunshine comes pouring in.

When spring is near, don’t forget the above ways to make your home more spring-like!

Source: Animi Causa

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