September begins and with it the countdown to the new year. New collections, trends and of course, the colours that will mark next year begin to be noticed. In this post, we tell you more about the colour 2020 that will be a trend....continue reading "Deco trends: The colour of 2020 is going to be Back to nature"
How to use and combine these colours?
Colours can brighten our lives and transform our rooms so that we have another perspective of our house. In summer, the intense and muted tones give the witness to the brightest and most daring. Yellows, pastel greens, roses and earth will dress your rooms from top to bottom. In this post we teach you how to use them and combine them, to get the most out of them....continue reading "Decoration trends: the colours that will triumph this summer"
The terrazzo has returned to our life in the world of decoration. And we say that he has come back because, like almost all fashions, he was once the last and stopped wearing. Surely you remember some house of the seventies with this material on the floor. Of course, the terrazzo of today has been reinvented and now it seems another....continue reading "Terrazzo is once again a trend"
Sweet, feminine, luminous, personal, delicate, romantic, vintage ... Choosing the Shabby Chic style for your home is betting on elegance, warmth and femininity with that touch of the past as if it were a beautiful heritage. Because shabby means wore away by the passage of time. And this trend is committed to giving those old elements a more sophisticated and refined air, hence the word chic. With these qualifiers, who resists the shabby chic style? Discover your keys and be captivated...continue reading "Shabby Chic: Discover this decorative style and the keys to adapt it at home"
You have finally become independent! Now it's your turn to decorate your own home, distribute the rooms to your liking, furnish each space ... But do you notice that it lacks home heat? In this post, we propose you these tips to make your home a home...continue reading "Tips to decorate your first floor"