Interior design

Three styling for a bedroom

In today's post, I want to give you some inspiration on how to style your bedroom. The bedroom is a very important environment that, even if used "only" at night, should not be overlooked when choosing the furnishing and decoration. Of course, it is also very important to choose functional and comfortable furnishings, as in the case of the bed, but style also counts! We always tend to give ...

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Discreet modern luxury in a Parisian apartment.

With today’s hometour, I’ll bring you in Paris to visit an elegant apartment with an eclectic Parisian style. The interior was designed by Aida Sniraite, the owner and interior designer at “Authentic Interior” design studio, and she created an elegant apartment in Paris for a client who loves collecting art and is passionate about vintage furniture. Located in the Chaillot area near Passy ...

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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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