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Thursday, October 30, 2008

Bisazza Mosaic

Bisazza is an amazing mosaic title company from italy. They are best known for their beautiful mosaic tiles, most often seen in the application of floors and walls. But what you may not know is that Bisazza also has an amazing home collection with unusual furniture and accessories that also incorporate their beautiful mosaic tiles which include screens, chairs, ottomans, mirrors, end tables and more.
Designers are Carlo Dal Bianco, Piet Hein, Marcel Wanders, Jaime Hayon, Patricia Urquiola, Marco Braga and more, there's no end to the creative use of tiles for the home. Here are some of the more striking pieces from Bisazza's Home Collection. It speaks for itself..

Wednesday, October 29, 2008

OH LA LA...Fendi Casa

I absolutely love this line.. the furnishings are to DIE for.. the line is contemporary and sleek, it is very luxurious..It is definitely on my faboulosity list

Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Ice Ice baby..

Whats New? Whats Next??
Frosty finishes, metallic accents, and cube shapes redefine the fine line of whats next and hot in home design.The newest, freshest theme in home design is of resemblance of crystallized ice, and complex shapes and dimensions of snowflakes..
I came across a Belgian company who manufacturers beautiful modern crystal chandeliers, the website

Monday, October 27, 2008

Colorways: Moss Appeal

Featured in Metropolitan Home November 2008 issue.

Richly natural shade of green is all the rage in high style interiors..

Designer Advice

“Moss green is a livelier antidote to brown. It’s rich but still fanciful and is beautiful with polished dark woods, peacock blues or red lacquer.”
-Celerie Kemble, designer

“The warmth of this green makes it ideal for use in social areas, such as a dining room.”
-Mary Rice, color expert, Behr

“Since moss green is a color from nature, any other color from nature will complement it.”
-Eve Robinson, interior designer

Green Facts, Who Knew?

•Highly absorbent and possessing antibacterial qualities, sphagnum mosses were used as first-aid dressings on soldiers' wounds during World War II.

•Earthy greens have long symbolized fertility and were the color of choice for wedding gowns in the 15th century.

•Night-vision goggles use green to enhance the image because the human eye is able to discern the most shades in that color.

Green Facts, Who Knew? Provided by