Whether you are redesigning your home, or designing your new place, colour is one of the most importance factors to take into account. We found this neat little infographic to help you get started! A lot of the colours, for instance the yellow kitchen, are in keeping with traditional Chinese Feng Shui. Paying attention to the psychological effects of colour will help to create a comfortable atmosphere in your home. The infographic is just a guideline, so if your daughter’s favourite colour is blue, don’t worry!
Monthly Archive:: March 2013
Take a look at our latest video of the solid oak range from Ethnicraft! After a successful video shoot of our black lacquer range, we decided to give a more in depth look at the beauty of our solid oak furniture. Not everybody can make it to our showroom, so we try and make the online shopping experience as easy as possible. Company director, Roger Van Der Matten, was a natural at the microphone to provide the voice commentary. We decided to add commentary to create a more complete browsing experience, in a concise and stimulating way. The videos are great if you’re doing a bit of late night shopping, but want a more detailed look and description of the furniture
At first glance, this is simply a beautiful and light contemporary interior. However, look closer and you will see that something is fishy about this interior (sorry!). Above the beautiful wooden floorboards, you’ll see port hole windows. If that isn’t enough of a clue, you can see the majestic wooden carcass hanging from the ceiling. What you are looking at, is a very stylish house boat. Who says a house boat has to be decorated with miniature anchors and copies of Moby Dick? In typically Swedish style, the house is simple, light and homely. Many people’s definition of homely is ‘put tiny trinkets and ornaments LITERALLY EVERYWHERE’. Thankfully, the Swedish take a slight more relaxed and minimalist stance on ‘homely’. Imagine waking up in this [&hellip