This is the story of Mérida, Mexico, the city which now occupies the very ground that once formed a part of the Mayan city of T’hó. Mérida is considered to be one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in this part of the world.
Singapore is a tiny island nation of a mere 719 km², making it one of the most compact and condensed countries on this planet. With limited room to move, space definitely comes at a premium, which is why today’s dwelling is a breath of fresh air.
Having a great bedroom definitely improves our quality of life and rest times. After all, our day begins and ends in the bedroom, hence it's a space that will have a big influence on our mood.
Today’s feature apartment is owned by TC Elements, a Portuguese company that specialises in custom furniture. Fresh, retro and eye-catching, this wonderfully revived home is sure to impress even the pickiest of tastes.
Scandinavian style is effortlessly chic. Timeless, enduring and full of practical yet simple aesthetics, this apartment boasts all of the best Nordic touches to ensure the living spaces are perfectly designed.
Some small homes just get it right. They’re inviting, feel spacious, open and alluring, all the while imparting a sophisticated yet welcoming ambience. Today’s apartment does just that. It is warm, well-designed, elegant and impressive.
Pastels are a timeless choice in many aspects of design. One of the most well-documented and employed is inside the home, where the beauty and tranquillity of pastel shades can truly be explored and enjoyed.
Today folks, we’ll be taking a peek inside a truly fabulous prefabricated abode. Designed by Polish home building professionals Archon + Projekty Domow, this property is rendered in high quality 3D images to give us a great idea of what this dwelling…
Buying a home or moving into a rented space is an exciting process that can get a tad overwhelming—if you're not well prepared. It is quite easy to get lost in the sea of furniture, themes and design elements when you're planning to set up your…
By their very nature, open-plan homes have as few internal walls in them as possible, but ask any interior designer and they'll tell you that some kind of division is useful, to mark out the different functions of your home.