If you are like me and enjoy acquiring art during your travel you will relate to this post. It got me thinking... How easy/hard it would be displaying various art pieces in one space without them clashing while adding visual interest in a room. I then remembered stumbling across an article on an antique dealer Alfonso Icaza’s house in Madrid years ago. It’s a great example of how Neoclassical pieces can coexsit with modern art and furniture. The key is to keep in mind proport
I scored a great buy of a vintage suzani around four years ago and have not yet put it into use! part of the reason being that its around 4x4 meters! its huge even if I use it as its intended bedspread. I can’t even deal with the idea of cutting it to use into a project. However these images are inspiring enough to make rethink the whole idea. What do you guys think? what should I do with it? #interiors #suzani #pattern #color
So IKEA UAE just launched their new catalogue for 2017, with a whole new theme of going beyond the expectations that is caused by social media and peer pressure ... just be yourself, enjoy what you do best and do it like no body is watching. The new range of furniture was unfolded by telling a story...taking into consideration the way we live today and how people tend to share spaces and how this space would cater for all different age groups and needs. I personally fell in
Pinch us three times as this is the third feature of a Harf Noon Design Studio Project in a magazine this month! Our Arabian Ranches family home project was featured in the August issue of InsideOut Magazine! You can view the whole project makeover with the before and after pictures by clicking here.
Known as the Venice of the North, St. Petersburg has a beautiful Labyrinth of rivers (Neva, Fontanka, Moika) and numerous canals across the city giving it a distinct character. Given the iconic classical architecture here, the water is actually one of the best places to get the best views of all these magnificent structures which is why we took Canal tour in the city. Our two day visit to St. Petersburg was a full schedule of sightseeing the cities finest palaces, museums and
Super excited Harf Noon Design Studio got featured again this month in the August issue of Better Homes Magazine! In the interview, our client Lama Nehme speaks of her experience in the apartment makeover and how this space became a home. You can check the pdf version here.
So here it is folks... my own Copenhagen City Guide! 4 days would have been enough for us, but we decided to stay and extra day and chill around the city. What a city! friendly people, multicultural, super clean (you should check out their public bathrooms!) full of design, kids friendly with loads of playgrounds, and sports facilities. If you are staying for a few days, I highly recommend the apartment we booked via Air B&B check it out here. Alternatively, you can stay at t
As each year, we try to escape a few weeks of Dubai heat by travelling somewhere cold(er)... this year, our decision was set on a Cruise to the Baltic Cities starting with Copenhagen. We stayed five days exploring the city and and its gems before and absolutely fell in love with it before sailing away. The choice for our stay landed on renting an apartment via Air B&B, a first time for us, and with a with little bit of speculation honestly... however our choice was spot on si