No Place Like Home: Outfit and Home Office Tips for Professionals Working From Home
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2w ago
Over the past few years, the line between professional and personal spaces has blurred as work-from-home setups have become increasingly common. The Financial Post reports that remote work is the arrangement of choice for Canadians at least 1.7 days a week on average. This means Canadians work from home more than employees in any other country. The era of remote work entails a lot of shifts in work and lifestyle habits. This includes striking the perfect balance between comfort and polished style in terms of your wardrobe choices and your home office environment, all while prioritizing product ..read more
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The story of Eagle’s Nest
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1M ago
Set within a nature reserve with spectacular 360-degree views of the surrounding land-scape, this eco-cabin near Cape Town is an enviable family retreat. By Robyn Alexander Perched on the spectacular slopes of Klein Hangklip mountain, just over an hour’s journey from town, this remarkable eco-cabin is an enviable family retreat that combines elegant simplicity of design with seemingly endless views of RooiEls beach and the  surrounding nature reserve. Eagles Nest is the brainchild of the Horn family, who purchased the high up piece of rugged farmland a number of years ago. Covered with in ..read more
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Designing a Luxury Gaming Room
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2M ago
More than three billion people play video games, that’s more than half of the world’s adult population. When you look just at advanced economies like the United States, United Kingdom, and Japan, the percentage of people who enjoy gaming rises closer to 70%.  But despite gaming becoming a much more mainstream activity, there are still stereotypical associations with the hobby, with many seeing it as being associated with geek culture. This is somewhat created by the culture of bright RGB colours that many gaming products can be bought in, as well as the collectables that are sold to fans ..read more
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The Art of Chic
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3M ago
The ideal recipe for eclectic chic and 21st-century style? Combine the classic details of an Hausmannian apartment with owner Emmanuel de Bayser’s eye for the finest mid-century furniture and design objects—plus a growing collection of contemporary art. Parfait! When boutique owner and collector Emmanuel de Bayser outgrew his former Paris apartmen—a pied à terre used mainly when he was in town to attend fashion weeks and select items for his store in Berlin—he and his partner knew they wanted to look for a place that would allow them to stay in the same part of the city. Emmanuel explains. “I ..read more
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Finca Alfabia: A dream come true
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5M ago
This dreamy Mallorcan farmhouse was recently restored by partners in life and work, Tatiana Baibabaeva and Tyson Strang of design team Terra Coll Home. The couple, who were previously based in New York, have been making sought-after ceramics since 2015, with a growing list of stockists. They’d also long enjoyed travelling throughout the Mediterranean, and had “always dreamed of owning an old stone house one day somewhere in the region”, claims Tyson.   That “somewhere”  the couple had envisioned, ended up being Mallorca—mainly because of the quality of life and close proximity to nat ..read more
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Fashion marries fine art
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5M ago
Partners in life and their company but independently talented, Draga Obradovic and Aurel Basedow’s multidisciplinary studio and workshop for art, collectible design and furnishing items is based in Como, Italy. Known for combining original methods with an artistic approach to materials and composition, they are pioneers in upcycling. Draga & Aurel began their journey by reinventing vintage furniture and objects in their own style. Their  2009 debut at Milan Design Week marked the beginning of significant partnerships and innovative collections that continue to make an impact. Q) You ..read more
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Finding the extraordinary in every day
Homefront Magazine | Canadian Design Magazine
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5M ago
Dramatic, luxurious and whimsical are just a few of the words we would use to describe the furniture collections from the siblings that founded Indian luxury design company Scarlet Splendour. Combine their pieces with an avant-garde interior designer like Sanjyt Syngh, and you’re sure to have a space that transcends norms and borders. Prior to Scarlet Splendour’s founding in 2014, Suman was a successful interior designer and Ashish had been the head of an engineering business for twenty years.  Homefront chatted with Ashish, Suman and Sanjyt to discuss the source of their inspiration, and ..read more
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Riverboat inspired…
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5M ago
From seaside summer homes to this spacious Riverside apartment, Joana Aranha and her team create some of the most interesting design projects in Portugal and around the globe. “Being in this Riverside apartment on the edge of the Tagus River feels like being on a boat”, says Joana. We’ve transformed and reworked the outdated original space for the new owners to better suit their needs.  Now it’s more of a family space that combines Portuguese and Scandinavian aesthetics. The look is light, modern and focus is on optimizing function and family comfort. And look at those views!!! Living Roo ..read more
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Liquid Assets Gets Fresh
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5M ago
Easy access Functionality and aesthetics in an open space. A glass wall separates the shower area from the rest of the bathroom.   cavalleri.com 5 Ways to get the look 1) Open up drapes and windows to let nature in. 2) Decorate with natural fabrics. 3) Mix wood and stone. 4) Choose driftwood and eucalyptus as accents. 5) Switch up artwork and towels just for fun.   Flying high Thought to signify success and good luck, crane motifs are extremely popular in Japanese celebratory design. Londonbasincompany.com   Laid back living Chill out in this modern whirlpool hot tub. The inbu ..read more
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Design Vibe
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by BCSGAdmin
5M ago
Monochromatic glam: A look that’s bold and eye-catching   By Edilka Anderson Described by some as the good kind of “matchy matchy,” making the choice to go with monochrome basics promises to give you a timeless, almost never go out of style look that remains both pleasing and charmingly versatile.  While Monochrome is often considered calming, it isn’t restricted to greys, blacks, and whites. Though monochromatic translates into meaning ‘one colour’, with interior design, its common practice to be afforded a little artistic license as ‘one colour’ doesn’t mean such a strict appr ..read more
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