Although photos may seem to lie with the lid lifted, like the idealist we see on these lines, they are very frequent on the net. And I really tell you, that is a very bad idea, whether we want to sell our house or want to show it for any other reason. As we have already commented on Decoesfera on different occasions, the way in which we take the photographs of our house will have a decisive influence on the perception of it: bigger or smaller, more interesting or even brighter.
Located in the Provencal Drôme, in the region of Tricastin, land of lavender and truffles, this 18th-century farmhouse, perfectly renovated, with the help of artisans from the region, professionals of this type of construction, is what we can wish for during a vacation. Pascale and Stéphane Hemard decided to leave their jobs in 2006 and devote themselves to wine tourism and winemaking.
It is not that working from bed is something usual in my life, but at some specific time, such as some kind of lazy weekend morning, some very rainy and cold winter day or being sick to leave, but not as much as not to be able to work a little comfortably ... if I recognize that I have installed my office in the bedroom and in particular in the bed.
I confess, I'm in love with this house! Since its owners started the project, I have been passionate about what the end result would be, its development has lasted for months and its owners opted to rent another house, while the new one advanced significantly. A home away from the urban center of New Zealand designed by architect Chris Moller and his team of Grand Designs NZ.
In Decoesfera we have talked to you on more than one occasion about the importance of taking care of the photographs we take of our houses. It may be that we only want to make an album to remember what our house is like at different times, or that we want to make a good photo report with the aim of selling it.
Maybe some of you already know the firm Stearns & Foster, a symbol of classic luxury and elegance in the world of rest, now begins marketing in an exclusive selection of stores in Spain. The high-end Stearns & Foster mattresses are handcrafted with the best materials and are now at our disposal so that we can take them to our home.
There are furniture that never goes out of style. Furniture that was created several decades ago but has not lost a bit of its appeal and modernity. 65 years after Hans J. Wegner designed the CH30 chair, the Scandinavian firm Carl Hansen & Søn reintroduces this design that continues to fascinate us without remedy.
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Demetrio Eames, grandson of Charles and Ray Eames and current Director of the Eames Office, officially opened last night the exhibition on the work of his grandparents that will be open from today 13 until next January 31 at the headquarters of the European Institute di Design in Madrid. The exhibition, organized jointly by Vitra and Ied, takes advantage of the occasion of the celebration of the centenary of Charles Eames (1907-1978) to gather original pieces, prototypes and experimental models that are distributed in seven spaces from the materials with which They were made: plywood, plastic, aluminum, wire ... The designs are presented with an unconventional description of their construction that allows you to see all the elements that make up each of the pieces.
It is increasingly common to see stairs doing the work of shelves. A decorative fashion that I just did not get the point (like many others) and I want to know what your opinion is. It is also true that it has a lot to do with what you want to put into them. For example, the option of hanging the blankets on a ladder I do not see a bad idea but every time I see more stairs in living rooms and bedrooms in which to leave books and magazines, and with that I am not at all convinced.
The circus has its pros and cons, it is usually very fun for children, but we do not like adults so much for the treatment that animals are usually given in it. Today the circus theme is quite controversial, there are defenders and detractors, but there is something that almost everyone agrees on and that is that we like balance games and juggling.
The bedroom, that place we leave every morning and to which we want to return in the afternoon and that welcomes us as a refuge. Where we have our most familiar and intimate moments deserves special attention. We have searched for 17 bedrooms for two (or for one without stress or for three, four or five, that no one is free of a stormy night with a bed full of children) that surely you will not want to leave to go to work.
One of the things we like to do when we have a free time is to browse the homes of others, especially those that are designed in an original way and with interesting and intelligent space and decorative solutions and today we have one of Decoesfera those. It is a loft created in an old warehouse in Japan.
We love different decorative pieces. And more, if they carry Spanish seal. And that's why we love that a firm like Leroy Merlin bet on the Spanish emerging design by launching MimObjets, a collection of six unique lamps designed by the Mimetric studio. The capsule collection is the result of the collaboration between Leroy Merlin and this architecture and design studio recently acquired by the brand within a strategy to enhance the development of original designs by young talents.
Behind every house, every work, there is a story. A story full of dreams, of desires ... as the case of this house that we bring you today. Tony and Nicky Maude wanted a custom-made house. And for this, they found a farm in the leafy Surrey, in the southeast of England. Even before obtaining the permits to build, this couple already knew that in this space surrounded by tall trees they would raise the house of their dreams.