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Designer furniture at Maison Estate in Franschhoek

Maison Estate in located in Franschhoek, a beautiful valley near Cape Town well known for world class wines. There is also a restaurant on the estate as well as guest accommodation for those lucky enough to visit.At Interior Classics we always appreciate the use of designer furniture and quality interior design. We noticed the enormous rustic table with [...]

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Villa in Norwegian countryside with classic mid-century designer furniture

This Villa in the Norwegian countryside is on a farming site that has been in the same family for 5 generations and the site of the house actually used to be a pig barn. Architect, Knut Hjeltnes, selected unusual geometric shapes for the structure and construction is from spruce with prefab concrete cladding. The unusual [...]

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Supernatural Chair at designer New York Loft

This New York loft home is a crash pad for a rock star and was originally 2 apartments but architects Nemaworkshop have transformed it into a spacious and attractive home. Located at prestigious Bond St near Washington Square, SoHo and the East Village the brief was to create a luxurious yet informal home.The interior design [...]

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Renovated Scandinavian Apartment with a feminine touch

Tomorrow is Mothers' Day so we want to showcase some interior design with a feminine touch and we saw this renovated Scandinavian apartment and think it's a great example. The apartment was originally built in 1904 and has classic high 2.85m (9'4") ceilings, white wooden floors and lots of high windows. The furnishings are classic [...]

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Biomorphism and Noguchi: Not Your Average Coffee Table

Many decorators argue that the lounge is the most important furniture piece in the living room, but if you really think about it, your coffee table could be just as important, if not even more so. A living space without one seems empty. Sans table, there is no conversation “pit”, no central force that gathers [...]

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Interior Decorating with bold colours - blue and white

If you like your colours bright and bold, then we hope we can inspire you to pursue your instincts and produce something truly exciting like these examples from a cottage in Morocco and a guest house on the Italian island of Palmarola. The clear sea, blue sky and rocky mountains give Palmarola amazing natural beauty and [...]

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Beautiful white pallet at designer apartment in Malmo decorated with midcentury classics

As we are get ready to bunker down for the Australian winter, we would do well do look how people with some real winter cold and wet live - we found the perfect example in Malmo, Sweden with this home that has been styled throughout in white. The monochrome colour scheme is attractive, simple and [...]

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Inspiring home office ideas

The modern trend is toward more flexible working arrangements with more and more people working from home these days - whether in corporate jobs or their own businesses. Technology, work-life balance and ever increasing traffic in big cities makes it an increasingly attractive option for more people and at Interior Classics, we'd prefer that if [...]

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Inspired architecture and interior design on the Gower Peninsula by Hyde and Hyde

This home, designed by Hyde and Hyde Architects is located on the Gower Peninsula in South Wales with views out toward Oxwich Point. This is a new home and the owners have chosen a design that maximises the spectacular views and still fits so comfortably into the surrounding Welsh countryside with a strong link to the [...]

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Interior Design Series - Why chose round over square or rectangular tables

Round dining tables have many advantages over the more traditional square ones that have been used throughout history. Many people think of King Arthur when they think of a round table, and for very good reasons that are every bit as relevant today as they were the first time those stories were told. While some people consider space the [...]

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