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Modern Minimal: The Design Trend You Need To Follow In 2021

Modern Minimal – Minimalism is all around us. It is functional, no extras, no waste, every element, including shapes, color palette, and typography is necessary. A simple geometric shape or form is given the power to stand in for a more complex object or idea. And today, Best Design Books decided to show you how you can style modern minimal into your home decor.     Modern minimal it’s simply a movement that focuses on cutting out as much “extra” as possible, reducing everything to a design that focuses on function. See how to achieve a cozy minimalist home with quality modern furniture, an open plan layout, simple decor, and decluttered space. HOW TO STYLE MODERN MINIMAL: LIBERICA CONSOLE CAFFE LATTE The harsh and strict lines from Liberica Console design contrast perfectly with the fluidity and sort of feminine touch of the mirror. Inspired by the Coffea liberica plant, the mirror takes an oval contour, resembling the delicate shape of the plant’s leaf. The stainless steel with a bronze matte base, simulate the sturdy branches that can grow up to nine meters, holding in perfect harmony a refined marble top. A minimalist design that will not go unnoticed. PLATEAU DINING TABLE BRABBU Monument…

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Tactile Design Elements Ideas For Your Home Decor

Tactile Design – The texture is, quite simply, the sensation produced by how things feel. It’s an essential part of any designer’s vocabulary because a scheme without texture is a scheme that falls seriously short of the mark. Adding texture to a room encompasses a great deal more than a fringed edged cushion here and a rough-sawn wood texture there – it is the precise art of blending the rough with the smooth and knowing how to create visual texture.   Interior designers will also use texture to add what’s referred to as ‘visual weight’. In other words, how an object or section of the room is able to draw attention to itself. Contrasting textures is one way to make certain aspects stand out more than others; the texture is a way to create accents. DISCOVER OUR CURATED LIST OF TACTILE DESIGN PRODUCTS VERSAILLES ARMCHAIRBOCA DO LOBO   The creativity and rich decoration of the Versailles Palace contributed as inspiration for the creation of this exuberant armchair. Boca do Lobo opens the way to freedom and the need for bringing extravagant creations to life. The Versailles armchair is made in a wood structure and panels in a manual sculpture, produced in resin and finished with restoration…

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Discover Here Benjamin Moore’s 2021 Color Of The Year

Benjamin Moore – Benjamin Moore announced last week that Aegean Teal is the color of the year for 2021. A blend of blue and green, with subtle hints of gray, Aegean Teal is a mid-tone that offers endless possibilities. Join Best Design Books and discover everything about this amazing color and how to style it!   With its warm, earthy tones, Aegean Teal will bring comfort to your home. The rich shade has a certain amount of saturation that will satisfy color enthusiasts, while its earthy quality makes it eminently usable in any home environment. While Aegean Teal might seem like a departure from First Light, Benjamin Moore’s 2020 Color of the Year, the brand’s color and design manager Hannah Yeo argues that it’s a continuation of an emerging trend. Benjamin Moore started the selection process for this color in late 2019 and chose Aegean Teal in January—long before the COVID-19 pandemic was in full force and shelter-in-place orders were in effect. But despite the turn of events, Aegean Teal feels just as relevant today as it did earlier this year. After a year like this, the blue and green tones will bring an invigorating yet soothing spirit to our spaces. SHOP THESE…

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Discover CovetED Magazine 18th Edition

CovetED Magazine – The main theme is WORK FROM HOME. They start by featuring some of the biggest news in the interior design world, followed by a series of curated new pieces not to miss. Then, they present a selection of office interior design ideas and tips on how to improve productivity while working from home.  Get ready for some serious inspiration and enjoy CovetED’s newest issue!     ⇒ FREE DOWNLOAD ⇐ You can also count on a curated selection of the showrooms we love, from the world’s capitals.  Hoping to be able to visit them once again very soon. Also, we joined one of the best mid-century Design brands of the moment, Essential Home, and prepared a series of exclusive interviews about modern design and its best players. Dolce Vita, a collection designed by Carlo Donati. WHAT’S NOT TO MISS STUDIO PEPE’S NEW COLLECTION IS A MID-CENTURY LOVERS DREAM COME TRUE Studiopepe, one of the biggest interior design studios in the world, is launching today their newest work, incredible pieces with a vintage touch, produced by Essential Home, one of the biggest mid-century brands in the world. Ready to discover more? We present you “Happy Few“, a mid-century modern furniture collection…

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Free eBook: The Ultimate Selection of Interior Design Magazines

Free eBook: The Ultimate Selection of Interior Design Magazines – This ebook is a reliable source for professional architects and designers. Here we provide the finest selection of Interior Design Magazines that you can access to get to know the latest trends in the industry. Be up to date on the current news from the world’s top designers and luxury brands, including Boca do Lobo and Tom Dixon and get inspired for your next project! Download now free ebook!       From modern to minimalist, from classic to mid-century style, tons of magazines try to tackle ever-changing trends and topics. Interior Design Magazines blog presents the free e-Book Top 100 Interior Design Magazines, including the best publications across the world. If you are looking for the best decor magazines, this e-Book is just a perfect match! Donwload now and get inspired with just one click. Enjoy the reading! How to Create a Reading Nook: See also: How to Decorate Like a Pro: Free eBooks Collection Inspiring Modern Sofas in a Free eBook – Get Yours! Keep following Best Design Books for the latest book reviews and the most amazing design books and magazines! Follow Best Design Books on Pinterest!   Best Design Books…

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Find 1250 Interior Design Inspirations at Covet Lounge Catalogue

Find 1250 Interior Design Inspirations at Covet Lounge Catalogue – Take a look and discover more than 1000 products and 1250 inspirations to create wonderfull bedroom interiors. Covet Lounge just release a new edition of Covet Catalogue, an amazing tool for Interior Designers. See the Catalogue FOR FREE and Request Hard Copy Catalogue Design has always been about the experience. Despite a younger, more digitally savvy and connected world, the fundamentals of the workplace in design remain unchanged. Ultimately, design is about people and relationships. Covet Lounge always need to consider the entire end user experience, and so space, products, deadlines, budgets and collaborations are the basic needs that a designer must always meet. Trade shows have always been a way for brands to unveil their latest collections, the design trade comes together in hopes of finding the next best thing, products are sold and contacts exchanged but relationships and connections get lost in time and business. In order to succeed in the design industry brands must always be at the forefront of innovation and service. Eight extraordinary brands have come together and laid their concerns and observations on the table & one common conclusion was expressed – with the cut-throat, fast paced,…

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Book Review Chaumet 3-Volume Slipcase Set
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Book Review: Chaumet 3-Volume Slipcase Set

Book Review: Chaumet 3-Volume Slipcase Set – Chaumet, established in 1780, is one of the crown jewels of Place Vendôme, the epicenter of the world of Parisian fine jewelry. Following the French Revolution, Marie-Étienne Nitot and then his son, François-Regnault, became official jewelers to Napoléon I and Empress Joséphine, thus founding the business that grew into the luxury brand known today as Chaumet. In 1812 Nitot fils acquired an hôtel particulier on Place Vendôme, becoming the first fine jeweler on the square. Book Review: A Touch Of Style Alexis Gregory is the founder of Vendôme Press, a publishing house dedicated to fine arts, music, architecture, and culture. Gregory has contributed to magazines including Vanity Fair, Condé Nast Traveler, and Town & Country, and he has written several books including The Golden Age of Travel; Families of Fortune: Life in the Gilded Age; and Private Splendor: Great Families at Home. He also wrote In the Spirit of Venice and Place Vendôme for Assouline. Jewelry historian Vivienne Becker is an award-winning journalist and author based in London. A contributing editor to Financial Times’s How to Spend It magazine, Becker writes for publications around the world, and lectures and broadcasts on her subject. She organized and wrote the…

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Book Review In The Spirit Of Rio
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Book Review: In The Spirit Of Rio

Book Review: In The Spirit Of Rio – Rio de Janeiro is the “Cidade Maravilhosa” that greets everyone with friendly faces and open arms. Its magic begins with its natural beauty, which has amazed travelers since the first explorers landed in the sixteenth century and has inspired countless artists, designers, architects, poets, and musicians for more than 450 years.   The massive statue of Christ the Redeemer on top of Corcovado mountain watches over the sea and the mountains, the concrete jungle and the world’s largest urban forest, the simple colonial facades of churches concealing rich baroque interiors, and the scantily clad bodies that parade the beaches, where all classes gather in the democracy of bikinis and sungas. But the attraction of this unique place is even deeper; it lives in the hearts of its citizens, the cariocas, who, no matter where they go, radiate the sun they so revere. Generous, creative, open-minded, and in constant motion, they are a people of all colors and creeds, which, despite the difficulties of social and class divisions, never loses its morale, its smiles, and its faith in the victory over the daily battles of the human condition. Epicenter of the colorful explosion…

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Book Review: Farfetch Curates Design

Book Review: Farfetch Curates Design – Farfetch is an innovative online boutique curator that gives shoppers access to over 300 high-end luxury boutiques worldwide. There is no need to go to New York City to shop in Kirna Zabête or to Paris to visit L’Eclaireur; they are accessible anytime online through Farfetch, changing the way the world perceives boutique shopping. Farfetch is not only a trailblazer in fashion, it also curates a lifestyle. Farfetch Curates Design is the second installment of the three-part series showcasing Farfetch boutique owners’ and expert curators’ recommendations for the hottest trends. See also: Made to Measure by Meyer Davis Architecture and Interiors Farfetch Curates Design invites readers on a journey from sumptuous Taj Lake Palace hotel in Udaipur, India, to the workshop-studio-boutique of furniture maker Piet Hein Eek in Eindhoven, Netherlands, to the cutting-edge Taipei Performing Arts Center (still under construction), to boutique owner Linda Dresner’s home in Birmingham, Michigan. Filled with design objects, studios, shops, hotels, and homes, Farfetch Curates Design is a must-have volume for lovers of fashion, travel, and design. London-based, Swedish-born Johanna Agerman Ross is the founder and editor in chief of the biannual design magazine and website Disegno. In her career…

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