Luxury furniture and classic techniques can tell a lot in how you furnish your house or apartment. This time we show you how Portuguese furniture brands can make a luxury interior design. The brands selected were Boca do Lobo, Delightfull and Maison Valentina, and amongst these furniture brands, were choose […]
The holidays are coming near and nothing allows a person to enter the Christmas spirit than to try out a couple of new decor styles with some top furniture. Milan Design Agenda‘s got your back in this regard: check out this inspirational insight to help you a unique Christmas feel to your home.
For starters, blue is one of the colour trends for this year when it comes to a couple of holiday decorations. This bold decor with the IGUAZO white armchair, the CAY gold side table and a blue tree is one of BRABBU’s marks regarding innovation. The brand presents this ambience with these soft tons, an awesome reinvention of holiday decoration.
Taking into the account the Raw Materials design trend, this also applies to a Holiday decor. What better way to allude to the feeling of Holidays, than through the usage of practical, decorative and luxurious materials in your furniture? Natural woods includes itself in this regard, seeing that not only is it one of the most resistant decor materials out there, but also often defined as having a soft, lingering scent which will definitely enhance this type of mood.
What better way to allude to the feeling of Christmas than with a fireplace. There are many bespoke models that you can easily install in your household, one of them being the MUSA fireplace. This unique piece conquers the space with its brass structure together with the strength present in its flames A perfect fit for an Eclectic decor style which can look stunning in any living room decoration.
In order for you to finish off the little details, there’s nothing better than to give some final touches with these suggestive lovely pillows. Keep scrolling down in order for you to envision these fluffy design wonders in your living room’s sofa.