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Color is and remains a real all-star. With little effort, you can achieve this attractive look with just a few targeted accents on small surfaces. In no time at all, table legs can be repainted, plain glass vases are embellished with spray paint, and walls are given a splash of color. We present a whole range of creative ideas that are ideal for using up leftover paint or finally trying out trendy techniques like pouring or watercolor. It's time to get colorful! »
Elisabeth Berkau perfers close-ups and black and white photography. She has already created several exhibitions show casing them. The photographer, author, and trained weaver and textile designer specializes in interior design and architecture. As a passionate gardener, she is also fascinated by floral and florist themes. Food, fashion, and beauty photography also appeal to her. One of her most exclusive shoots took place in the chambers of Madame de Pompadour in the Palace of Versailles. We introduce the Munich-based photographer in an interview. »
Whether it's a compact niche with a space-saving secretary or an individual study, a beautifully designed workplace makes working easier. This can be achieved with stylish and practical furniture. If you combine this with tasteful eye-catchers such as beautiful lamps and imaginative organizers, a wonderfully pleasant working atmosphere is created. Add a positive side effect in the home office by creating an attractive backdrop for the daily video meeting. »
This trend brings Boho flair into your home: Macramé is currently experiencing a revival. Wall hangings, pillowcases, tablecloths, or hanging baskets are hand-knotted again. Lovingly and exclusively designed unique pieces are created giving your home a natural chic. The oriental knotting technique came to Europe in the 13th century with the crusaders and Moors and was last very popular here in the 70s. »
von Einsiedel, Andreas | 36 images
Maureen and Jeremy Dew discovered a gem of a property in Surrey Hills UK
Mainzer, Sven | 21 images
For the next Easter brunch, why not decorate with a Scandinavian touch?
von Einsiedel, Andreas | 24 images
Tom Helme, reconnected with Scotland by designing a home on the Carskiey Estat
von Einsiedel, Andreas | 41 images
Belgian artist Isabelle de Borchgrave's home is full of details and colours; BE
Mondadori Portfolio | 29 images
Architect Mariapaola renovated her parents' home for her own family's style; IT
Möller, Cecilia | 53 images
On this farm Madelene and Rami found all the charm and character they wanted; SE
Pagliai, Francesca | 24 images
Matteo & Emmanuelle went back to their roots and restore the family farm; IT
Koll, Alicja | 17 images
Easter eggs colored with coffee are naturally beautiful
Möller, Cecilia | 57 images
Anna and Fredrik brought old details back to life in their 19th century home; SE
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