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We have all noticed how shopping experiences change from season to season with a similarity across products, styles and colour happening at the same time across different platforms. These trends don't get decided by a panel of creatives sitting around a table, but are rather the result of a multitude…

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Have you considered how waste can be integrated into the interior of your home?    If not, read how Russian designer Uglyanitsa Alexander utilises wood, bricks, concrete and rusty pipes to create colour, cosiness and contrast in a Belarus apartment.     Click here to read the full article.

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Trend forecasters around the world are predicting a strong and imaginative direction in interior design in 2013. Find out how colour, the art of interior, wall decoration, natural materials and customised prints will shape future design trends.   Click here to read the full article.

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We keep hearing about green and eco design as well as the terms recycling and upcycling, what do these two terms refer to and how are we seeing their development in furniture and decor? Like many of these "eco" terms, they are often misused in order to increase sales and…

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The American based home-furnishings store, West Elm, is bringing the Rainbow Nation interior décor flavour to Vancouver’s South Granville design district.  The 13,000 square foot store will contain the work of 16 different South African designers from Johannesburg and Cape Town alongside other local and international contemporary lines. Find out…

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Interior design efforts for the workplace setting have an overriding impact on productivity. Strategic goals for these modern spaces include providing an environment that is both functional and comfortable, drawing the best performance from workers and boosting the bottom line. While bolstering productivity in the past meant providing zero distraction ‘work-only’…

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Find out how Australian interior designers have dealt with rising student enrolment in regional universities. The increased need for on-campus living space has led interior designers to design university dorm rooms which are said to increase student productivity and the quality of student life. By optimising and creating flexible spaces,…

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Gone are the days of Winchester Mansions’ imperial styled Cape Dutch architecture being associated with older, international guests.    Currently on phase 2 of its interior design and décor renovations, the iconic part of the famous Sea Point Promenade is embracing a modern twist on its colonial roots. Discover what…

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