Creativity is contagious, and this is especially true when it comes to interior design and renovation. Maltese homeowners regularly take to internet platforms like Pinterest for design inspiration, and while Pinterest remains a treasure trove, the blossoming of groups like id-Dar Maltija, has given us a great opportunity to get ideas, tips and suggestions from fellow Maltese homeowners.
Nothing invites heartfelt reactions across Malta’s local online groups quite like a job well done, and even if the photos uploaded may not always boast an editorial, fully finished interior space, a passion project that’s still ongoing and a little rough around the edges can still sweep you off your feet. In this article, we’ve listed Maltese homeowners who were kind enough to share photos of projects they carried out in their homes. We’ve included renovations of bathrooms, rooftops and terraces, bedrooms as well as makeovers carried out on individual furniture items.
- Marika Baldacchino‘s Courtyard
2. Anthea Azzopardi’s townhouse
3. Michelle Flower Spiteri‘s terrace
4. Charlie Farrugia’s stunning decoupage
About Decoupage: Decoupage or découpage is the art of decorating an object by gluing colored paper cutouts onto it in combination with special paint effects, gold leaf and other decorative elements. Commonly, an object like a small box or an item of furniture is covered by cutouts from magazines or from purpose-manufactured papers
5. Alex Caruana’s delightfully eccentric bathroom
6. Stephen Schembri’s work in progress
7. Paul Mangani’s Maltese door
8. Jason Apap’s exposed ceiling
9. George Grim’s cosy abode
10. Charlie Farrugia & this incredible furniture transformation
11. Daniel D’Anastasi’s inner courtyard brimming with colour
12. Maria Farrugia Sayeba’s view from the second floor
Mario Grech Mallia’s adorable home
Do you know a friend who’s doing a renovation that’s worth our spotlight?
Send us a private message, we’ll add it to our list!