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The colours that add character to interiors
They inspire, awaken your creativity, energize you and even put you in a good mood. We are talking about colours which change the character of our interiors and influence our well-being. According to the Pantone Institute a colour can even reflect the current trends not only in design, architecture or fashion but also a lifestyle. In 2018 Ultra Violet will set the trends, an intensive purple, which inspires creative, visionary thinking.
Acoustics in need of improvement
Our comfort, well-being and productivity depend on how well we master sound in our environment. Problems with acoustics within a space can be corrected or even redesigned. Fluffoacoustic wall panels will help.
Queens new robes – metamorphosis of a wall
Baroque, palace interiors, living rooms from the 70’s or the post-industrial lofts. When we think of those spaces they don’t seem to have a lot in common. Look closer at the details and you will see that it is the walls that play the key role in the arrangement. Through the years and the development of interior design walls changed in appearance. They were richly ornamented, dressed in geometric patterns and raw, but the worst you could do is to turn them into a neutral backdrop for the furniture and accessories. It is time to break with the boring and emphasise the original.