Use your imagination! A tray is not just a tray and can fulfill many more functions than the mere presentation of food, especially if it is a designer tray like the ones in our Sacha and Delica collections.
Today, in our decoration and design blog, we want to suggest several ideas to repurpose your trays in a creative way and use their versatility and decorative attributes.
The flat surfaces on top of furniture in your entrance have a knack for attracting cards, keys, coins and miscellaneous objects in a most chaotic way. To avoid clutter and to have all those objects neatly at hand, place a small tray on the entry cabinet and drop these annoying objects there on your way in or out of the house.
Displaying decorations, such as dry flowers, shells or candles
Today we want to invite you to explore five of the most iconic houses in the world. These buildings were originally conceived as houses but, because of their spectacular and modern design, have entered the realm of art and have inspired a great number of architects. The design of these houses is so exquisite and well executed that most of them have been classified as monuments and become museums. These houses do not just belong to the “places to visit” section in our bucket list, they are also places where we would like to live, at least for a while. And why not? Dreaming is free.
Casa Rietveld Schröder
Gerrit Rietveld 1924
Decorating a child’s playroom is a very rewarding experience because you can let your imagination run free and experiment with designs that couldn’t be used in other areas of your house. However, this freedom does not mean that playroom spaces can’t be as stylish as the rest of your home. Today we want to show you some ideas to successfully decorate playroom spaces.
As with most decoration projects, it is crucial to plan carefully before you start. Consider the child’s age and how the play space could be used as they get older, choose your colour palette and organize the space to make the most of natural light and the available surfaces. If your kids are old enough, involve them in the planning process and consider their preferences so they can make the space their own from day one.
Last June, Barcelona hosted the 11th edition of Barcelona Design Week (BDW), organized by Barcelona Centre de Disseny (Barcelona Center of Design, BCD). It was a very busy 12-day programme that included a vast number of activities for the general public as well as industry professionals.
This year, the Design Week welcomed more than 12 000 participants, exceeding the attendance numbers of previous years. A record number of international attendants increased the international exposure of the event after more than a decade of its existence.
In any creative process, if two heads are better than one, then three are even better. The partners of Studio Lievore Altherr Molina must have realised this when they founded the studio 20 years ago, and time has proved them right. Today we want to introduce the work of these three Barcelona-based designers.
Ever since its creation in 1991, Studio Lievore Altherr Molina has won numerous awards and its designs have been featured in the most prestigious international publications and exhibitions. The partners acknowledge that their collective work is much more than the sum of their individual work: their collaboration is strengthened by the different perspectives of the partners and the interaction between them, forming a creative process they are proud of.
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