This Cape Town pied-à-terre, near to the V&A Waterfront’s Silo Precinct, was conceptualised as a blank canvas for the owner’s growing collection of South African and African art. The precinct is anchored by the Zeitz MOCAA, which is not only the most significant art museum in the world dedicated to artists from Africa and the diaspora but is also...
ARRCC, OKHA (Interior Decor)
Cape Town, South Africa
Scandinavians have a characteristic minimalist style that never fails to impress interior designers. That kind of aesthetic looks great and feels incredibly cozy, no matter how small the room that you decide to implement it in is.
Scandinavian shade of white by A+ studio
It’s finally time! You might be someone who just got the keys for their first apartment, or you might be bored with the way your home looks. Maybe it’s looked the same for ages, and you just crave change. So it’s finally time to redecorate. Home decor can be used to easily elevate the look of your home, and switch it up completely, so you don’t nee...
Curology, Manja Vitolic (Cover image)
Fabric adds interest and mood to a room. Layering fabric textures is a basic decorating technique that should be used in all rooms. You can create plain, relaxed, and very welcoming spaces by mixing your fabrics and adding some sheer fabric, a little faux fur fabric, or a piece of quilted fabric.
Sina Saadatmand (Cover Image), Engin Akyurt
Adam Court, sole designer for luxury artisanal brand OKHA immediately fell in love with the “Verde Magnifico” marble when he saw it. The stone’s visible layers of history speak to OKHA’s South African locality of cosmopolitan, polyglot and multi- cultural charm. Court conceived of Magnifico side and Magnifico coffee table together.
Magnifico Coffee Table and Magnifico Side Table
Coffee table and side table collection