Formentera Home By Luis Galliussi

July 21, 2015

If you’re a fan of Southwestern Americana design, than the Formentera Home by Luis Galliussi is your ideal fantasy home. Featuring Mexican-esque architecture set in a hot desert climate (with cacti to boot), the interior is carefully decorated with bohemian accents. The combination of masculine elements (gray stone and reclaimed wood) and chic decor (light colored textiles and vintage furniture) gives it an effortlessly balanced aesthetic.

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Furniture Stores in NYC: 12 Best Shops for Modern Designs

May 18, 2015

New York City houses some of the best furniture stores in the world given its long history of accommodating new residents. I’m here to offer you 12 best furniture stores in NYC to buy modern furniture with a balance of affordability and great aesthetics. From small walk-up studios to luxury penthouses, everyone demands and deserves quality furniture and decor. Continue Reading


Mid-Century Modern Design & Decorating Guide

April 3, 2015
Mid-Century Modern Design Guide

The furniture and decor introduced in the 1950s and 1960s were clean, sophisticated, and inclusive. Despite the passage of time, mid-century designs have remained a staple in interior architecture. In this guide, we’ll cover the fundamentals of how to realize a mid-century modern decor. You’ll find practical examples to draw ideas and inspirations, as well as shopping tips. Continue Reading


DIY Hat Rack That Is Simple, Clean and Chic

March 11, 2015
DIY Wood And Leather Hat Rack

This is the only DIY hat rack guide you’ll need. It’s extremely simple, minimalist, and simultaneously chic and contemporary. Quite possibly a timeless design that’s been constructed since the dawn of humanity, it features a few wood poles tied together by a leather cord. It’ll run you no more than $20-$30 and is a great home and interior DIY project for beginners. Continue Reading