This week, we’re taking a look at four other design styles that are just as well known, and definitely worth looking at if you plan on renovating your house or designing your new home.
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This article is for the homeowners who are thinking about renovating their interior space, would like to hire a designer, or simply want to articulate their tastes and preferences during a conversation without referring to a TV show or obscure references.
August’s last days of sunshine give us a good window of opportunity to do outdoor maintenance such as coating our rooftop without getting scorched by the sun. It’s also followed by much colder and temperamental months – so don’t wait too long if you think your rooftop needs some help.
First, let’s clear the air: The deterioration of indoor air quality by harmful chemicals and other materials can be up to 10 times worse than outdoor air pollution; fortunately, growing plants is an inexpensive and attractive solution.
It’s not all about neutral colours anymore. With 2017 bringing back to the frontier earthly hues, tropical greens, and elegant camel accents, and 2018 embracing an even edgier palette of colours, including fiery reds, and metallics, the world of design is seeing colourists reclaiming the limelight.
We all wish we could live in a traditional Maltese townhouse with a garden and a luxurious kitchen with a lot of space to hone your culinary skills, but for most young adults and expats living in Malta, the reality is a couple of sizes smaller.
Countertops may look nice and shiny at the store, but the real test will be in your kitchen, where the material will be subjected to dropped pots, spilt wine, sharp knives, and children.
8 key trends that are distinguishing the new Maltese homeowner: What do they look for when buying? And what sets them apart from previous generations when it comes to kitchen renovation, use, and design?