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GET THE LOOK SERIES is back for another round!! So, this time around and at the request of a fellow designer (on Instagram), I've turned my attention to the Bedroom area, a Mid-Century Modern inspired Bedroom to be exact. Come and see where you can get this look from yourself!
This year’s new Serpentine Pavilion (2018) comes from Mexican Architect Frido Escobedo. Come and see how a pavilion made out of roof tiles looks like!
Detail Movement is back!! And to ease back in, I've decided to come back with one of my favourite types of posts and that is Get The Look! This one is one of my top furniture boards (to date) and it is for a Living Room. I love the colour palette, the furniture, the art, basically everything. What do you think?
Come and have a look!
It's Design Week in London and although I am still processing what I saw and I've still got some exhibitions left to go to, I'm sharing with you my highlights of Decorex, who, by the way, celebrated its 40th anniversary this year. Come and have a look at my top 9 picks!
This week I have a short but special post for you. I want to share with you a little something I did for a private client. Come and see what the fuss is all about!
As an architect at heart, I will always look at the world in a certain way or with a different mindset than most, simply due to my training. An example of this is the case of the Science Museum in Valencia, a place on my "Architectural bucket list" as I like to joke about it. Come and see why that is!
As I often spend time admiring stunning interiors made by wonderful and talented designers, I've decided to share with you some of my favourite white interiors out there, at this very moment. Come and have a look!
Interiors have the most peculiar effect on us, on the way we feel each day. They can bring you up or bring you extremely down if they are poorly made. That's why re-designing your home is a commitment. But regardless of your reasons to start redesigning your home, here are some of the biggest mistakes that you can avoid along the way.
A bedroom is one of the most important rooms inside a home. It's the space where you retreat and do one essential activity - sleeping. For that reason, the design of such a room must offer more than just the basics. And since the most basic piece of furniture in a bedroom is the bed itself, how can one "raise it to the next level"? By using a headboard, of course!