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Eclectic Asian

Incorporating an eclectic touch into your interior design involves blending various styles, elements, and personal touches to create a unique and visually engaging space. Here are some ideas to add an eclectic flair to your interior:  1. Mix and match furniture: Combine pieces from different design eras and styles. For example, pair mid-century modern chairs with [...]

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Not The Usual Dining Room

Breathtaking views are usually found in living rooms or bedrooms because these are considered the most important rooms of the house. But nowadays, dining together has become the ultimate form of entertainment. And what better way to entertain your guests than a fantastic view while you eat and converse. Designing a dining room with a [...]

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Shades of Brown

Creating a cohesive brown color scheme throughout your home involves careful planning and coordination. Here are some steps to help you achieve this: Choose a Dominant Brown Shade: Start by selecting a primary shade of brown that you love and want to use as the dominant color throughout your home. This could be a warm, rich [...]

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Get inspired!

We don’t always follow the rules when designing a space, but there is a throughline across everything we love to share: inject more unique furniture pieces into a functional space. Altar tables, Oriental peacock lamps, and vintage pieces can and should live within your house. So, of course, we applied this philosophy when curating our [...]

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Informal Living Room

Informal living room designs often focus on comfort and relaxation. Start with a cozy sofa or sectional, and add plush cushions and throws for a relaxed feel. Use casual decor elements like oversized artwork, family photos, and personal mementos to give the room a lived-in feel. Create an open layout that connects the living room [...]

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Modernist Simplicity

Modernist simplicity in interior design is characterized by clean lines, minimalistic decor, and a focus on functionality. Some key elements of modernist simplicity include:Minimalist Color Palette: Modernist interiors often feature a neutral color palette with white, black, gray, and natural tones. These colors create a sense of calm and simplicity.Clean Lines: Furniture and architectural elements [...]

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Something Blue

Decorating with something blue can add a refreshing and calming touch to your space. Consider using blue throw pillows, curtains, or artwork to create a serene atmosphere. You could also incorporate blue vases, candles, or even a blue accent wall to make a bold statement. Just make sure the shade of blue complements the room's [...]

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Tibetan Style

Tibetan furniture is characterized by its intricately carved designs, rich use of wood, and traditional craftsmanship. It often features bold, ornate patterns and motifs that reflect Tibet's cultural and religious influences. Common types of Tibetan furniture include intricately carved cabinets, chests, tables, and wooden seating, often with decorative metalwork or paint. These pieces serve functional [...]

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More is More

"More is more" in interior design refers to a maximalist approach where abundant patterns, textures, colors, and decor elements are combined to create a rich and opulent aesthetic. This style embraces excess and doesn't shy away from bold choices, creating a visually striking and eclectic space. Incorporating warm red tones can create a cozy and [...]

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Asian Dining

When designing a traditional Asian dining space, focus on simplicity, natural materials, and creating a sense of harmony. Use low furniture like tatami mats, wooden tables, and floor cushions. Incorporate shoji screens for partitioning and diffused lighting. Opt for neutral color schemes with accents of earthy tones. Decorate with minimalistic elements such as bonsai plants, [...]

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