Beach House Design Styles

In the Overstrand region we live on some of the most beautiful and unspoiled beaches and coastlines in the world. Creating beach house designs that befit this amazing part of…
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Mid-Century Modern Design Styles

Mid-Century Modern Design Styles: Mid-Century Modern Design Styles are a modern interior design trend with a classic retro look & feel.  Midcentury modern furniture designers such as Charles & Ray Eames, Arno Jacobsen, Harry Bertoia and Eero Saarinen may typify the era and have their replica furniture sold in most modern high-end decor stores in South Africa, but other less known designers are also gaining popularity
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Scandinavian Design Styles

Scandinavian Design Styles: Scandinavian design styles are epitomized by uncluttered rooms with pale timber floors, a white palette mixed with black, textured neutrals and pops of bright colour used to create an overall stunning aesthetic.  It is simple and elegant, a style greatly influenced by both the modernist and Bauhaus movements.  Modern smooth line furniture pieces and bold prints such as the classic Marimekko designs complete the look.  A personal favourite!  Scandinavian Design Styles
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Eclectic Design Styles

Eclectic Design Styles: Eclectic Design Styles combine elements or particular styles from different time periods and different origins within a single project or space, for example combining modern furniture and…
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Modern Design Styles

Modern Design Styles have clean lines, accessory-free space, and neutrals with primary colors.  The essence of modern interior design includes basic shapes, functional lines and curves, materials like metal, chrome, and glass – and furnishings without decorative parts. It favours symmetry over asymmetry. Modern furniture is streamlined with polished, smooth and sleek surfaces.  Pieces are simple, uncluttered, built for economy of form, and to serve a purpose. Modern furniture is streamlined with polished, smooth and sleek surfaces.  Pieces are simple, uncluttered, built for economy of form, and to serve a purpose.  Frankly, modern design style alone can be a little clinical and boring. That is why, although we may use this style as the basis for a room, we tend to use eclecticism to mix things up a bit and create richer, more fun and textured spaces.
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