Lamps have long been more than just a source of illumination. They’re now firmly established as an accessory and interior design object. It’s time to shine a spotlight on the most exciting trends in lamp design. read more ›
Guest blog by Valerie Schöneich, designsetter
There are so many styles to inspire our spaces. Interior stylist, designer, writer and founder of designsetter.de Valerie Schöneich talks about what ambience means to her. She strives to achieve a low-key, minimalist interior with a maximum of hygge. Her interior elements harmonise to produce a clear, simple, pared-down aesthetic. You too can focus on the essential, resist excess decoration, and still create cosy, fun interiors.
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Sage is the colour of healing and serenity. It’s also a colour that will outlast passing fads, since it acts as both a neutral nuance and a colourful decorative feature. We’ve gathered the most harmonious colour combinations and the most ingenious ideas for using sage indoors. We’ve also got some exciting travel tips so you can see sage in its natural habitat.
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Good food is certainly important. But how it’s served also enhances our dining pleasure. With the right crockery we can create a special atmosphere around the table. And that’s not all: our dinner service also affects the sort of dishes we serve. We’ll tell you the whole story. read more ›
Guest blog from Frank Teuber of Pflanzenfreude.de
There are no limits to the imagination you can use in interior design. You might like striking colours on the walls, luxurious feature wallpapers, furniture as an artistic arrangement, or just minimal, clean lines. In 2017, the focus is on teasing out the special features of every room. And there’s one aspect you should never overlook: flowers and plants. Not only are they attractive, but they also impact immediately on our psyche. We dissect the four main trends – Energise, Harmonise, Rebel and Equalise. read more ›