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Interior Design

Spring Is In The Air: Third Edition of Home’Society Magazine

Home’Society Magazine – The Third Edition of Home’Society Magazine is already on air and ready to inspire you on all the spring-related trends.  This Spring Issue explores the latest trends and sources of inspiration, such as one of the most renowned interior designers’ studios and the people behind them. This is the third edition of Home’Society magazine, which has been standing out in the world of interior design as an innovative platform with a curated selection of the best products and latest trends. The Home’Society Magazine comes from the continuous desire to offer content with quality to the amazing and wide world of design and all those who have followed this path. This spring edition will feature not just significant figures in the world of design, but also rising stars and ideas for modern home decor. This third edition continues to include interior design suggestions on how to incorporate 2022 trends and colours into any design project, as well as a collection of tv shows, podcasts, and ebooks that will pique anyone’s curiosity and guide them through an extraordinary design journey. And there’s more! This issue comes with a city guide to the iconic city of Cannes! Make sure you get to download your magazine by clicking here.     A Sneak Peek Interior…

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Interior Design

Living Room Collected Interiors: Modern Step-by-Step Design Book Guide

Collected Interiors – Living Room Collected Interiors is our new step by step guide to modern design. This is just one of seven individual design books, part of the Collected Interiors Book. A well-designed living room appeals to our senses and entices us to spend the time we deserve in it. It is one of the locations that receive the most attention while designing, thus it is significant to us. Living Room Collected Interiors The Collected Interiors Books Believing that interior design must provide comfort, elegance, and sophistication, and being aware that different home divisions require different atmospheres and colours, this collection of interior design books promises to be a room-by-room guide-through on how to find fierce, resilient and timeless products for people’s homes that reflect their personalities and way of living. This collection is composed of 8 step-by-step design books. From these, 7 are exclusively about one home division and how to decorate it with the latest product design trends – living & dining rooms, bathrooms, bedrooms & closets, hall & entryways and kitchens – and 1 with all the previous rooms, as well as additional tips and tricks on how to decorate them with any style. Living Room Collected Interiors The Living Room Living room design and decor are not always easy. The living room should be a reflection of everyone that inhabits…

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Collected Interiors Book: A Curated Selection on Room by Room Design

  Collected Interiors Book is going to be your new best friend when it comes to room-by-room design. The last two years have been fastidious so 2022 must be a completely different year, where change and turning tides are imperative. For this reason, this all-new beginning requests a new way of designing! As a way to start the upcoming year, the first resolution is to offer people solutions for every home division. For that, BRABBU presents “Intense Way of Living. Collected Interiors”, an anthology of interior design books that are surely going to help people create the design of their dreams.     Collected Interiors Book The Book     Believing that interior design must provide comfort, elegance, and sophistication, and being aware that different home divisions require different atmospheres and colours, this collection of interior design books promises to be a room-by-room guide-through on how to find fierce, resilient, and timeless products for people’s homes that reflect their personalities and way of living.   Collected Interiors Book The Step by Step Guide   This collection is composed of 8 step-by-step design books. From these, 7 are exclusively about one home division and how to decorate it with the latest product design trends – living & dining rooms, bathrooms, bedrooms & closets, hall & entryways and kitchens – and 1 with all the previous…

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Interior Design

Book Review: JEAN-LOUIS DENIOT’S INTERIORS

Jean-Louis Deniot is a Paris-based designer, known for his marvelous interiors that combine history with contemporary flourishes that is now perfectly illustrated in his new book. See also: Book Review: 100 contemporary concrete buildings Jean-Louis Deniot’s Interiors is the first book from the famed designer, whose classical interiors have been widely desired as the “epitome” of French style. Deniot outlines his richly layered look of deftly mixed patterns, textures and pieces, drawn from different periods but always combining with a mighty elegance. The 286-page book full of glamourous glossy photos, opens with Deniot’s own residence in Paris, which he describes as a mix of classicism and futurism; along with his former home when life brought him to Los Angeles. Deniot’s love of drama is reflected in both his home’s theatrical accents. They also adopt a French Chic style, featuring timeless interiors with different influences. Denoit has a refined way of creating an elegant comfortable look which is never overly formal or trendy. Deniot’s signature work style is about creating unique atmospheres while retaining a sense of utmost chic and timeless elegance. This book demonstrates his sophisticated, classical style that is changing the scene for international design, and offering inspiration and…

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Book Review - Jean-Louis Deniot Interiors
Interior Design

Book Review – Jean-Louis Deniot: Interiors

Featured on the ELLE Decor and AD 100 lists of the world’s preeminent talents in architecture and interior design, Jean-Louis Deniot has long been in the business of creating atmospheres. His décors are his playground, spaces where spontaneity and magic are de rigueur. See also: Book Review: Piet Boon – StyLing by Karin Meyn Recognized worldwide for his eclectic and emblematic interiors, Jean-Louis Deniot plays in a multiplicity of repertoires, never sticking to purity of style, rather letting his academic training translate into a vocabulary that is both informal and bold. If he does contemporary, it is always with a weighty dose of history and references infused into it to produce a timeless yet timely scenario. The first book on the work of a designer whose refined classical interiors are widely desired and emulated as the epitome of French style. Honored as one of the top designers by all the international design magazines and universally admired by design editors, Jean-Louis Deniot is in demand. His updated classical approach now graces interiors in Paris, the French countryside, Moscow, India, New York, Chicago, L.A., and beyond—and his legacy is already being compared to that of design greats such as Jacques Grange and Alberto…

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Interior Design

Miller’s Mid Century Modern

For lovers of mid-century interior design looking into adding the style to their homes, Judith Miller’s Mid-Century Modern: Living with Mid-Century Modern Design is an excellent guide. The book, which was published in November 2012, is a comprehensive guide to the style that has stood the test of time and still inspires modern decorators. For those who sigh over the clean lines of an Eames chair or the rounded swoops of Georg Jensen silver, this is a book to treasure. The book covers the most iconic designs and designers from the 1940s to 1960s providing information on the development of different innovations in design, production methods, and materials. This era was particularly rich in change as more and more designers pressed the limits of what was possible. Furniture, ceramics, glass, metalware, interiors and textiles from the period are some of the most desirable collectibles on the market today. Miller’s guide has stand-alone feature pages highlighting the careers and influence of groundbreaking designers, including Alvar Aalto, Charles and Ray Eames, Robin and Licienne Day, Georg Jensen, Arne Jacobsen and many others. The book contains 500-plus photographs making it a must-have for collectors, designers and others looking for photo references. Miller began…

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