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    10 Interior Design Trends of 2021

    10 Interior Design Trends of 2021 © Salva Lopez Share Share Facebook Twitter Pinterest Whatsapp Mail Or https://www.archdaily.com/973490/10-interior-design-trends-of-2021 As 2021 comes to an end, we look back at how this year introduced new normals and raised questions about what the future of the built environment could look like. In retrospect, not much has changed in regards to where people are spending most of their time. Following constant changes in commuting restrictions and the continuation of the pandemic, people acknowledged that most of their time will be spent indoors, so they adapted their living and working spaces accordingly. These sudden lifestyle changes forced people to become well aware of the fact…

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    Georgian garden design: 5 key elements for a modern backyard

    When you think of Georgian garden design it often brings to mind visions of large, grand open spaces, complementing even grander houses – perhaps seen in the great British country houses, or on Netflix’s Bridgerton.  It might feel challenging to successfully transfer ideas used on such a grand scale to a more modest domestic garden; however, there are plenty of design and planting ideas you can take from this era and apply in a backyard today – whatever its size. Follow this advice from National Trust gardeners on how to take inspiration from Georgian gardens and incorporate some of the key features and planting styles into the garden ideas for your modern…

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    Hotel Terrestre wins Wallpaper* Design Award 2022

    Hotel Terrestre peeks out of the rich foliage of Mexico’s Puerto Escondido, earthy, strong, almost elemental, and at the same time otherworldly. The building, although newly opened, appears to belong to the land, like it’s always been there. It’s just as its architect, Mexico City-based Alberto Kalach, intended: ‘The constructions are tucked into the landscape, as if they were there for hundreds of years. A certain ancient but also futuristic feeling characterises the architecture. One hundred per cent solar-powered, and low-energy consumption, it plays with the sun and the wind.’  Commissioned for Mexican boutique hospitality developer Grupo Habita, the hotel is tucked into the landscape of this idyllic west coast resort…

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    Hotels Not Ready to Flush Away the Open-Concept Bathroom Design

    Skift Take A design aesthetic that is easier to maintain and gives guest rooms the sense of a larger space and more light — but often a view of the toilet — needs to be artfully executed for post-pandemic hospitality marketing. Carley Thornell Andy Ross will never forget the hotel stay that tested his sense of propriety. The open layout and glass partitions meant he could see all the way from the bed to the ongoings in the bathroom — and beyond.  “It was not only that you were fully exposed when you were in the bathroom, but you also had floor-to-ceiling windows that looked directly into the office building…

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  • Kitchen Decoration

    Bigger, Better Kitchen Pantries Are A Covid-Inspired Wellness Design Trend

    Pantries are getting bigger and holding more kitchen items. Mary Prince Photography ©Houzz One of the trends that emerged at the start of the pandemic was people doing more bulk shopping to reduce trips to the store. That led to a rush on chest freezers to store frozen food and to a desire for larger, more functional pantries in the frenzy of remodels that followed lockdowns. The latest trends study from the National Kitchen & Bath Association bears this out. In its top five list of emerging kitchen ideas for the next three years is a “working pantry,” cited by 60% of the designers and industry professionals who responded to…

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  • Garden Design

    How to Design a Garden That Boosts Well-Being

    The last couple of years have shown many of us just how important our gardens can be for our health and well-being. As a gardener, you have the opportunity to create a space that plays a role in helping you maintain balance in life, feel good, and bust stress. Globally, more people than ever before are suffering from poor mental health. Facing crises on many fronts means that things can often feel overwhelming. In our busy (and at times frustrating, upsetting, and terrifying) situation, we can all find hope, peace, and purpose in our gardens, and in a closer connection to the natural world. What Is Mental Health? The CDC…

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  • Living Room Decoration

    Fireplace ideas: 11 fabulous ways with fireplace design

    If you are looking to create a focal point for a room that’s truly game-changing, you should be browsing fireplace ideas.  The fireplace is the natural focal point of any space – from kitchens to living rooms. They’re place around which family and friends naturally congregate of an evening to converse and relax, the hub that beckons us with its welcome warmth and light, and, with a bit of imagination, an eye-catching design feature that might even have a practical, architectural role in the room, too. Below, we bring you fireplace ideas for every room – though mostly presented as living room fireplace ideas, each one could feature in another…

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