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Conscious revolution: tips for a more sustainable life

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Living in a way that’s better for the planet is better for you, too. And we know it can sound like a huge shift, but honestly, it really is much easier than it seems. A few small changes make a life easier on the wallet, the planet, and your conscious. Sound good? Let’s get to it. Organic materialism Making the switch from mass-produced synthetics isn’t just important, it also feels good. Start with your bedroom for an easy way into…

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Colour trends 2022: hit hues of the year, according to experts

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We at DECOVRY are all for colour — the more the better. Which is why we’ve selected all the leading color experts’ predictions of the trendiest colours of 2022. We will go through the colours themselves and give you some handy tips and tricks on how to use, combine and incorporate them into your living space. Here’s to brighter, more colourful living. Pantone colour of the year 2022 The foremost authority on colour, Pantone, has chosen their colour for…

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Set tables, memorable nights | the perfect dinner

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You know the feeling: just after a dinner you served, you look around the beautiful mess on the table and see your friends and family chattering away over cups of coffee, and your heart is filled with pride — this was a perfect evening, and you made it happen. If this dinner is still ahead and instead of joy you feel panic, let us help you. Here are our tips for staging the ideal dinner.   Success is in the…

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DESIGN TALK: MXHome

Design talk means taking some time to meet the face behind a brand. Today, we want to introduce you to Malvina Vanbever, the founder of her own sustainable lounge cushion company, MXHome.     Malvina, a young and promising French designer started this company in her native St. Tropez in 2017, and has since made a name for herself in the world of interior and exterior lounging accessories. A graduate of the acclaimed design school Istituto Marangoni, Paris, Malvina has…

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THE NEW SOCIAL: future-proof dining

A recent project by Renesa Architecture Design Interiors Studio combines the company’s warm aesthetic with new design ideologies regarding social distancing, resulting in a public space able to thrive in an era in which restaurants and the wider hospitality industry have been threatened. This beautiful new project devised by Renesa conceptualises India’s first Covid-aware restaurant. While this project responds seamlessly to the new demands of life, the engaging design was actually devised before the pandemic.   The best of both…

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DESIGN TALK: NONA

Design Talk means time to meet the face behind a brand. Today we make time to get to know Charlotte Matthys of NONA. This innovative drinks maker brings the complexity of herbs and botanicals into the non-alcoholic market, allowing everyone to enjoy sophisticated flavours. Many of us have experienced this problem: wanting to enjoy time with friends or celebrate an occasion but looking for a non-alcoholic drink that’s a little more special than a mocktail, soda or water. Enter: the…

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DESIGN TALK: ÄGGCØDDLER

The egg delicacies tool you’ll need to try   Design Talk means time to meet the face behind a brand. Today we make time to get to know ÄGGCØDDLER, a quick and Scandinavian way to enjoy eggs!   Do you need quick and easy breakfast ideas? Start the morning with eggs. And no, we’re not talking about the casual eggs and bacon option. The Scandinavian ÄGGCØDDLER (derived from its less-famous English relative – the egg coddler) is a simple idea…

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COLOUR PSYCHOLOGY: USING GREEN IN YOUR INTERIOR

Did you know green is the colour of life, renewal, nature and energy? Did you know it’s understood to be the most restful and relaxing colour for the human eye to view? No wonder that it’s a favourite choice in interior design. Aside from its psychology and its connection to the outdoors, it’s a great colour to pair with other tones like greys and beiges. Well, as it so happens, we have quite some interior items, deco and outdoor furniture in……

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