Your search for 02/2016 returned 6 results.

Emeril Lagasse’s Onetime Modern Loft in Manhattan

An open-plan living space with ten-foot windows and a soaring ceiling is ideal for dinner parties and cocktail hours, as is the modern kitchen. It features state-of-the-art appliances and ample counter top space, and faces the large living/dining area. With its eastern and southern exposures, the unit feels bright and airy. There are voluminous gallery halls ...

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The world’s most glamorous depot on market for £4.85million

In the 1920's the vast space was used a depot for London's grimy trams, but this Camden Town property has since been given a glamorous new lease of life. Fashion designer Ashley Isham, has transformed the former tram shed into a stylish home - and has now put it on the market for a cool £4.85million. Thanks to a glass ceiling, vast windows, a colorful art ...

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The novelty of peach pink sofa

 In the world of very grey interior design the Peach pink has become a hit in home décor. Piece of furniture as a sofa in this color  is a drop of essence of a“la vie en rose” in very row environment. Something that brings a novelty in every style is that shades of gold in the peach pink color. Shape of sofa, no mater if it is in some classic design or in ...

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Scandinavian trends for 2016

Scandinavian style is not a new trend, but once in a while, many interior designers choose to use it as inspiration for their projects. Neutral wall and backdrops, wood-made pieces, simple details and statement pieces are characteristic of this style. Scandinavian design implies elegant, chic, and minimalistic spaces. These kind of spaces that, despite of looking ...

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Epoch of Hybrid Furniture

Many designers where creating astonishing objects that are more like sculpture in our spaces and still providing "more for less".   Hungarian textile designer Kata Monus has created an experimental storage piece in which soft material is organically integrated with wood in a way that it breaks free of the customary standards of furniture manufacturing. ...

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Moroccan inspired design

Morocco has often been the subject of lush and romantic fantasy. The country is extremely diverse, rich in cultural, traditions and history and its highly integrated in interior design as well. What is often described as Moroccan style its has its origin in Moorish architecture. Moorish architecture was quite common and continue to be seen through the Arab regions of ...

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