For a roommate to go well, many elements must be taken into account. The choice of the apartment is obviously important, the compatibility of the inhabitants of the home and the respect of the other also. But so that all its conditions are not met in vain, it is crucial to organize the common rooms correctly.
To reinterpret a Parisian apartment without charm and little adapted to the uses of its owner a music lover, frequent traveler and passionate about photography, such is the challenge which the interior designer Glenn Medioni of the collective Interior designers was able to take up. The objective? Fully redistribute the spaces in the apartment and open it up to create generous and bright volumes.
Pastry chef of the double-star restaurant Caprice at the Four Seasons in Hong Kong, and elected best pastry chef in Hong Kong in 2016 by Tatler magazine, Nicolas Lambert is one of those expatriates who allow France to shine abroad. For, he agreed to open the doors of his personal kitchen where he used to cook with his partner, pastry chef for L'Eclair de Génie in Hong Kong.
A lamp made from plastic bags? It is possible with the clever DIY of LindaRoseDesign, an Italian designer. A little patience, some recycled materials, and here is a design and original lamp. Equipment You will need: - cardboard - plastic bags (here we use 4 large ones) - 12 wooden skewers - white glue - a [news: 739781 cutter] - a large compass - a large ruler - pencils - an LED and its support (be careful to only take LED lamps so as not to burn the cardboard and the plastic) The steps 1.
In recent years, brands have decided to turn the neck on popular ideas by offering new colors in certain rooms of the house. This is the case of the kitchen, which has been confined to white, gray and brown for decades: after having gone green and cherry red, flagship colors of the 2000s, it now dares to pink!
If Nordic design were only to be described in a few pieces of furniture, the Scandinavian row would undoubtedly be at the top of the list. Mainly made of wood, the latter experienced its first hours of glory 50 years ago before returning to the front of the stage with the vintage trend.