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There are many people who believe that hiring an interior designer and a decorator is redundant. And the truth is that they are two disciplines that although they are very related and are linked to each other, do not overlap each other.

Our spaces have many dimensions, which come from the plane created and executed by the architect, who generally refers to the house or building as a whole until the final phase, which includes the furnishing and decoration of each room and the final touches. Somewhere in the intermediate stages, are the tasks carried out by the interior designer, which is a kind of bridge between the architect and the decorator.

We do not say with this that there are no interior designers that are not able to decorate as the best, or that we can not find a decorator with the same preparation and spatial notions that the best interior designer can have. If we go further back, we could even find an architect capable of providing an interdisciplinary service, ranging from the design and construction of the building without scales until the last detail is ready and happy delegates receive the key in their hands, without any need to hire anyone else.

What we want to emphasize is that an interior designer and a decorator take care of different aspects and if a professional is not there to give us a service that covers all the stages, and would not have to do it, it is necessary to fill that gap by hiring the one that corresponds to every aspect.

In this post, we will explain what an interior designer and decorator does, what are the differences between both jobs and why it is worth hiring both one and another, if we want our house to end up being a perfectly tuned project and very well achieved. ...continue reading "Why hire an interior designer or interior decorator?"

Do you dream of enjoying the Mediterranean climate and wonderful sunrises by the sea? In the province of Alicante, we can find this shy town sheltered by the Mediterranean Sea. It is a quiet region, a perfect place for diving enthusiasts who can discover the attractive and interesting caves and landscapes that occur without interruption. From this chalet, you can see all the fabulous corners that Torrevieja offers, as well as enjoy its impressive structure, decoration and the harmony that it gives off. Discover it photo by photo in this new entry of the house of the week!

We landed this week in Torrevieja to show a special chalet located in the first line of sand dunes with frontal direct views of the dunes of The Parque Nacional de la Mata y del Mediterráneo. Its position gives impressive views over the Mediterranean Sea. The house has an area of 400 m2. ...continue reading "Sand dunes and sea in a beautiful chalet in Cañada del Molino (Torrevieja, Alicante)"

The Brexit transition period agreed in March gives British expatriates and those wishing to move to Spain more time to prepare.  This was welcome news, but a small delay like this could slow people down in taking crucial actions that are fairly urgent - the clock is still ticking to get ready in time, particularly where paperwork is involved.   ...continue reading "Brexit transition and residency in Spain"

A Christmas without a tree is less Christmas, whether small, large, natural, synthetic, golden, pink, classic, rustic ... In this post, we show you ideas on how you can decorate your Christmas tree so that you can choose the one you like best ...continue reading "Get inspired with these Christmas trees and decorate your perfect tree"

The House of the Week on this occasion once again approaches the spectacular beaches of the Costa de la Luz, to meet an imposing and elegant design villa in Jerez de la Frontera (Cádiz) located on the Guadalquivir valley and the park of Los Alcornocales and the Sierra de Gibalbín, known as Montes de Propio de Jerez. ...continue reading "Spectacular house full of elegance and luxury in Jerez de la Frontera (Cádiz)"