Some of the Interior Design Trends for 2018 include the “partition” of an interior into small spaces with the purpose of allocating them for different tasks.
With the rise of remote and online jobs, people are devoting some of their square footage to keep their juices flowing with no distractions. For some, working from home can be fulfilling but for others, it can be a struggle, leading to a vicious cycle of procrastination…
The holidays are approaching, and what better way to prepare for them by creating your safe haven! People are coming up with words to explain certain sensations and lately, the news has been debating over two concepts: “Hygge” and “Còsagach”.
Since its inception, the use of mirrors has greatly expanded. Aside from its main purpose to view one’s reflection, it is now also used for decoration and to create the illusion of a bigger space. This time around, our designers bring us stylish ideas that will give your house a modern makeover.
Fall has finally kicked in and we all know what this season brings along: cosy sweaters, cups of warm tea and a whole lot of reading. Enjoy the simple sensations of flipping through the pages with modern bookends, shelves and luminous lamps.
The decorating trends 2017 didn’t catch Qrator designers of guard this year. If you remember, last year woven wall hangings and Scandinavian inspired interior design were in demand. This year, Vogue featured 3 interior designers for easy and implementable pointers on household decor.
Since the Medieval Times of King Arthur, a lot has changed about the symbolism of round tables. Nowadays, instead of resembling equality amongst everybody seated at the table, it brings people closer and stands out within rectangular and square interiors.
We don’t all have spacious living rooms, kitchens nor bedrooms, but what we do have is creative minds! If you are reading this, you are either moving into a smaller apartment or are looking for ways to maximize your compact living area.