Interior design

Material trend: plywood has gone domestic

Previously the domain of building sites, plywood has gone domestic and its use in the place of plasterboard has become a new trend in the last few years. Plywood kitchen, bathroom cabinetry and wardrobes are blowing up all over Pinterest and Instagram. Plywood can give a fresh and contemporary look to any interior and has a natural beauty imbued with texture and warmth. But plywood is not ...

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The colorful house of interior stylist Emma O’Meara

Today I want to share with you the images of this house that I saw published in the latest issue of the Italian magazine CasaFACILE and which I fell in love with (about CasaFACILE, I remind you that at this link you can read all the articles I wrote for the magazine, with which I have been collaborating with for more than two years). It is the home of the Australian interior stylist Emma ...

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The Box: a new life for an abandoned hotel in Riccione

In the Italian seaside town of Riccione, the Hotel Sixty was left abandoned for 9 years. Following an eight-month renovation, Marianna Chiaraluce and Alfredo Monetti of branding and strategy firm Hospitality Mood, gave a new life to the abandoned hotel as The Box. “The Box’s philosophy rotates around a simple concept: less, but better” said Marianna Chiaraluce and Alfredo Monetti. For The ...

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Residence LC, a minimalist home by Nils Van der Celen

Residence LC is a minimalist home located in Knokke, Belgium, designed by Nils Van der Celen. The client wanted to keep the relationship between outside and inside serene. The designer created a homogeneous concept focused on tranquility and simplicity by mainly using natural, yet qualitative materials. The main material chosen is a light oak wood veneer with a vertical grain, combined with a ...

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A holiday home that mixes Scandinavian and Mediterranean aesthetics

PMA studio designed a minimalist holiday home, situated in the charming neighborhood of Portixol, in Palma de Mallorca. PMA Studio is a leading architectural company based in Palma de Mallorca founded by awarded architect Pablo Madrid. The project consists in the complete renovation of a traditional rowhouse, situated on a very narrow plot. Despite the slender shape of the property, the plan ...

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