Cosas de casa revista decoracion
PARQ, the studio integrated by Roxana Paniagua, Lorena Piana and Mirella Gonzales Orbegoso, has developed a project that combines the client’s passions: antique pieces with contemporary works of art. A house where the present and the past coexist.
To stop. To observe carefully. With this formula, Ana Teresa Vega Soyer discovered an intimate and complex language and knew how to approach, with subtlety and refinement, her project in Álvarez Calderón: the rethinking of the social area of an apartment of virile essence with touches of audacity.
Due to the state of emergency, César Lee had to stop his commercial and private projects. However, since architecture and interior design live in his DNA, he simply could not stop. So he resumed the most intimate of his works: his own apartment.
The interior designer Ro de Rivero has given life to a modern and minimalist apartment in Miraflores with a monochromatic line. From the choice and repetition of a few materials, he aims to build a story. Pieces that become transcendental and everyday environments that are transformed into altars to celebrate the rituals of life.
Do you rely on decoration magazines when decorating the interior or exterior of your home? Casa viva, El Mueble or Cosas de Casa are some that will help your home decoration improve exponentially.
Mi casa magazine: Undoubtedly one of the most veteran in the decoration sector. This magazine, from the Hearst publishing group, is one of our favorites and without a doubt the quality of its pages will not leave you with a bad taste in your mouth. It proposes very original and thrifty ideas.
El Mueble: This magazine, belonging to the famous publisher RBA magazines, stands out for following a very high level in all its publications. One of the must-haves for any decoration addict.
Although you probably knew Casa Viva or El Mueble decoración, we hope you did not know some of the other magazines that we have presented. We hope that some of them will serve to give you that inspiration you need so much. As always, we encourage you to leave us any magazines, both physical and digital, that you frequently use. Happy week!
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– Receive the magazine comfortably at home every month – Enjoy the contents of the magazine month by month, for 12 months – More than 200 pages of content, with monographic guides to the rooms of the house, extensive reports of our own production, projects and advice from the best decorators, comprehensive reports and many more sections that you can not miss. – Enjoy exclusive discounts for subscribers on special editions, books and extras – Take home a welcome gift: 3 plates with naturalistic illustrations. Size: 21 x 30. Top quality paper.
Take away as a gift 3 plates with naturalistic motifs that reinterpret the work of Hugh Thomson, one of the most important British illustrators of the nineteenth century. The illustrations have been updated by incorporating delicate gold and color prints on natural elements such as flowers, leaves and birds. The plates are printed on the highest quality paper. Size: 21 x 30 cm each sheet.
Welcome Gift: Take away as a gift 3 sheets with naturalistic motifs that reinterpret the work of Hugh Thomson, one of the most important British illustrators of the 19th century. The illustrations have been updated by incorporating delicate gold and color prints on natural elements such as flowers, leaves and birds. The plates are printed on the highest quality paper. Size: 21 x 30 cm each sheet.
Magazine cosas de casa september 2020
You don’t need to have a big flat or a spectacular apartment to apply the techniques or knowledge of a decorator. My mother always said that for a normal house she already had her own. That she was interested in seeing and enjoying the spectacular houses that appeared in the big decoration magazines, or in the reports on the front pages of Hola!
The most clarifying example is the one used **in any bedroom where it is decorated as if an imaginary line divides the bed** and the spaces on each side are symmetrical. Placing the same bedside tables, cushions and lamps will ensure an orderly and clean view of the space.
You think about it and say, what did they have at the beginning? A long, narrow area; like a giant hallway full of windows on one side. What did they do? They placed mirrors facing each other and with the same shape as the windows facing them, and thus, they managed to multiply the light and the width of the corridor, generating a very Wow effect, which makes it so famous.