Decor thinking

Colour is the outer layer of an interior space. This outer layer can alter the shape and atmosphere of a space. Blue can make a room look deeper than it actually is while yellow jumps into your face and makes

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This year’s CRAFT exhibition pleasantly surprised me again by hosting some very innovative designers and craftsmen.

Below is a summary of what attracted my attention.

Although many will find it creepy and invasive…I must admit I always loved looking into people’s houses. Whenever I get a chance I don’t think twice to have a glance.  You can call me a stalker but I think it’s simple

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Peroni’s marketing always had a thing for premium edgy happenings. So yesterday evening I went to check out the Peroni residence in London. They have taken a whole house for almost a month and added  contemporary Italian touch.  It has

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Although I couldn’t attend this year, I am checking with great interest live updates from the Salone del Mobile de Milano 2014. One of the most talked about exhibition is “Where architects live” If you were ever curious how the

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March 21, 2014

Sensing Spaces

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Today I went to see an exhibition over my lunch break – at the Royal Academy of Art. I pass next to it every day and it is only today that I found the time to check it out. Sensing

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I am fascinated by the re-usage of old pieces of different functional objects to transform a space into an enjoyable/live environment. Who would have thought at the beginning of the century that the big “ugly” lamp whose sole purpose was

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