The latest edition of Coveted Magazine was launched during this year’s Maison & Objet and with it came an incredible list of 100 top interior designers that are shaking the world right now. Chosen by Boca do Lobo and Coveted Magazine, all the interior designers you can see featured in this appendix are some of the most influential professionals in their fields.
We could run a list of all the hundred of them. Instead, we chose to give you a sneak peek, to make sure you enjoy all the fun once you get your hands on the latest Coveted issue! So, keep scrolling and unveil some of the great names you’ll be seeing featured in Boca do Lobo and Coveted’s “Top 100 Interior Designers”.
IMAGE CREDIT: KELLY WEARSTLER
Kelly Wearstler Studio has grown from boutique interior design firm to global lifestyle brand. Driven by the signature aesthetic and idiosyncratic spirit of its creator and namesake, the Los Angeles-based company boasts a diverse range of modalities, taking an all-encompassing approach to design that includes everything from residential and commercial.
IMAGE CREDIT: CHZON
Chzon is a global design agency founded in 2009 by Dorothee Meilichzon, specializing in hospitality design. The design studio has worked on over thirty projects in Paris, London, Ibiza, Monaco and New York, exploring different fields from interior architecture to the design of furniture and graphic elements. Hotel Paradis in Paris, Compagnie des Vins Bar in New York City and Experimental Beach Restaurant in Ibiza are just some examples of their emblematic projects. Meilichzon’s intentions for her interiors have more to do with ambience than subscribing to styles or trends.
IMAGE CREDIT: YELLOWTRACE
MIM Design is an award-winning Melbourne-based studio, well known for its creativity, high-end finishes and attention to detail. Their main purpose and philosophy is to inspire clients with a finished project that goes beyond the expectations, producing unique and individual design results that not only reflect their clients or their brand but enhances also their lives.
IMAGE CREDIT: THE INVISIBLE COLLECTION | THIERRY LEMAIRE
Initially trained as an architect, Thierry Lemaire soon showed a great interest in decoration and furniture creation. Today he carries projects out all over the world and is dedicated to Holly Hunt and FENDI Casa. We can also find his productions in the new FENDI’s Flagships.
IMAGE CREDIT: PATRICIA URQUIOLA
Patricia Urquiola was mentored by some of the giants of Italian industrial design such as Achille Castiglioni and Vico Magistretti. She learned her craft in Italy and opened a studio in Milan in 2001. Her designs are unconventional, flexible, and experimental, blending humanist sensibilities and technical expertise—qualities that also inform her work as an architect.
IMAGE CREDIT: CHAMPALIMAUD
Champalimaud Design is known for creating some of the most renowned hotels and restaurants in the world. As the company expanded, Alexandra decided to relocate to New York City in 1994 to serve a thriving international client base and changed its name to Champalimaud in 2008. Since its inception, the firm has been privileged to partner with many landmark hotels and residences globally.
Now that you got to know some of the interior designers and projects featured in this very exclusive Coveted Magazine appendix, make sure to grab your copy and let yourself be inspired!
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Home Design Ideas team has a very special and one-of-a-kind project to show you today. COVET HOUSE is a living celebration of design that offers you a unique and absolutely memorable experience, regarding luxury and comfort.
This riverside exclusive project opened its doors last Thursday (June 23rd) in Oporto, one of the most unique and vibrant Portuguese cities.
There’s a lot to say about this house. Headquartered on the bank of the Douro River, this open house stands out in a serene manner. Rustic-style gardens and granite stonework, welcomes and receives visitors with the utmost care and attention.
There are green and peaceful landscapes and an inviting blue pool, but believe us, those are not the most incredible things here. There is so much more to see.
The main purpose of this classy house is to give to all the Interior Design lovers the opportunity to experience luxury at its best. Goal achieved.
Unique, classy, one-of-a-kind lighting and furniture pieces complement this lovely house, creating an luxurious vibe that we believe that is the perfect spot to get the best home design ideas.
Here you’ll be able to see lighting and furniture pieces from DelightFULL, Boca do Lobo, Koket, Brabbu, Essential Home, Luxxu and Maison Valentina. Visit these brand’s websites to know how to book a meeting.
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The upcoming season is probably one of the most magical seasons of the year, so get some Home Design Ideas for this Fall and warm up your home. We are aware of that feeling and we want to enrich your world with elegant colors and textures in order to transform your home into the most comfortable and warm place to be in. From sumptuous colors and handcrafted materials, here’s some suggestions for you to get inspired and to warm up your home for fall and winter. Are you ready for this home design ideas?
Rich textures and saturated hues like eggplant, olive, navy and rube are a great way to bring some luxury into your home with some deeper colors.
Mixing materials and combining the coldness and blue hues of metal and the warmth of raw wood is also a creative and artful way to revolutionize and improve your home decor.
Eden center table is another fall inspiration suggested by Boca do Lobo. This center table represents a part of the tree of knowledge and the tale of the birth of desire. Boca do Lobo uses the highest quality materials and textures, giving them shapes through objects that create a cosmopolitan luxury environment, finding the finest example in this table.
Fall season can also be colored with some mulberry and camel colors in order to bring some warmth to you space.
Extreme simplicity, contemporary aesthetic and seductive power. These are the characteristics reflected in each detail that make this table love at first sight. Relating to Boca do Lobo’s approach to re-adapting traditional furniture styles, and inseparably combined with innovative processes, the Bonsai Dining table boasts bold lines and character in a fantastic blend of styles and material finishes.
Another trend for this fall is bold geometric shapes mixes with organic material. From oversizes chevron to diamond shapes and everything in between, geometric patterns are popping up everywhere.
Pixel Nightstand is ideal for those looking for a metallic ambience in the bedroom.
The Metropolitan Nightstand by Boca do Lobo is influenced by chic urban attitude. It’s simple and clean lines bring out the hand carved mirror details, adding a classic touch to any master bedroom. A trully inspiration for you fall decorating ideas.
From exquisite and bold design, to luxurious and highly specialized handcrafted details, for both classic and contemporary settings, it’s possible to create a simple, and yet sophisticated, comfortable environment for this fall. Get inspired by these suggestions!
Source: Boca do Lobo Blog
M&O Singapore is almost here and we want you to know the TOP 8 Exhibitors of Maison&Objet Asia 2015.
The mainstream catalogue pieces are exported from their base in Thailand throughout the world. In addiction to this, an increasingly important part of what they are doing is the creation of special larger installation pieces.
Delightfull`s lighting reflects a personality, a frame of mind, and strong emotions are present in each detail. Working with their hands they transfer their passion and devotion into everything they make and thus their masterpieces are born.
antoniolupi is a Tuscan company which has stood out in the design and manufacturing of bathroom furniture, both in Italy and abroad, for the past fifty years. The distinctive features of this ever-developing company are its ability to innovate by continuously searching for new materials and designs, while investing heavily in manufacturing technology.
Boca do Lobo Blog is about the intersection of exclusive design, architecture, lifestyle and luxury culture.
They are Indonesian producers of natural stone bathroom products: washbasins, bathtubs, shower tray, and design furniture.
This brand is a family-run company, an atelier that manufactures sofas and armchairs, handmade by our masters, with patience and endless care for thedetails, to ensure our customers with tailor-made creations featuring unique charm, and designed and produced to provide the highest levels of elegance and comfort.
BRABBU is a design brand that reflects an intense way of living, bringing fierceness, strength and power into an urban lifestyle. All these stories are written by the materials, textures, scents, flavours and colours that live inside the nature and inside the urban life.
Carlo has been designing and making original furniture, interior dittings and accessories for over 25 years. Carlo Pessina pioneered the use of coconut shell in forniture design, starting an international trend and influencing a generation of designers.
Dozens of pieces of a portuguese group decorated the cosmopolitan setting of the Christian Grey apartment, the main character of the movie “50 shades of Grey”.
The brands were selected because of design of their pieces that is directly related to the luxurious lifestyle of the main character of the film.
Take a look of some pieces:
“Fifty shades of Grey” is the first film in a trilogy published between 2011 and 2012 by ELJames. The story focuses on the relationship and sexual games between Christian Grey, billionaire, and Anastasia Steele, a university student.
Hello, hello everyone!
Today it’s TOP European Furniture Brands day, and for the third time I am here to show you some of the best European brands for furniture design. 🙂
French Heritage is a fashion forward medium-high, to high-end furniture manufacturing company that excels in beautifully crafted, quality home French styled furnishings. It offers a contemporary mix of many French inspired styles to excite the imagination and add just the right flair to any room.
This brand confesses to be inspired by fashion influences, architectural accents, and the romantic allure of strolling down Parisian avenues. French Heritage offers you well crafted, unique furnishings that capture the true “joie de vivre” that is desired in all cultures.
© 2015 French Heritage
730 Taylor Ave,
High Point, NC 27260
Like I said before, the European Furniture Industry has, nowadays, a high level of quality in technic, aesthetic, design and fashion, as well as a strong image.
Today I want you to know another TOP European Furniture Brand (and I repeat, it’s just our opinion), this time from Portugal.
Boca do Lobo is a luxury brands that develops amazing furnishing pieces. A rarely seen passion for Design, craftsmanship and unique materials was the starting point of Boca do Lobo’s successful creative journey 10 years ago.
Today, the luxury brand is one of the Interior Design World’s finest. This brand believes that was created to bring excellence in furniture design. Since 2005 they have been working to share the knowledge and tradition of the portuguese people that create furniture art, and work with the noble material of wood.
Boca do Lobo, KOKET, Brabbu and DelightFULL were chosen to decorate Mr Grey’s apartment in the 50 Shades of Grey movie. Isn’t that great?
Boca do Lobo:
Rua Particular de Regueirais nº 33
4435-379 Rio Tinto
Phone: +351 910 936 335
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Today, “Home Design Ideas” is all about inspiration. We will share with you some fantastic home ideas. You can see these pictures, dream a little, or, maybe, who knows, get some ideas for your new home or remodeling project.
“Home Design Ideas” will present some architectural masterpieces, outstanding interior designs and fantastic home accessories! You can’t miss this post
Get inspired with these fantastic home ideas and start thinking on your dream home.
Fantastic home with glass walls
Are you one of those people that always dreamed with a big house, with huge glass walls, full of light (and little privacy)? Yes? Then this is your dream house.
It’s almost a common thought that successful and healthy people have big bedrooms that seem almost impossible to conceive. But we have to admit that big bedrooms are fantastic and desirable. They can really make us dream with a luxurious and careless life.
A luxury bathroom
Yes, this is a bathroom and it’s simply fantastic! With a view like this one… it’s a desirable thing.
Accessories to make any space fantastic
Sometimes, just like us, our houses need a little gift. Check these fantastic accessories that can make any house shine.
The MT chair by Driade
“Home Design Ideas” hopes that you liked our selection of pictures to get you inspired. These are fantastic home ideas and accessories. They are brilliant designs that really can make us dream.
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“Home Design Ideas” has been presenting to you some home decor predictions for 2014. We already revealed to you what will be next year’s kitchen trends (click HERE) and the architecture trends for 2014 (click HERE to read them). Now it’s time to find more home decor predictions for 2014, this time given by top interior designers.
If you are the kind of person who loves to be fashionable and to follow the latest trends read on. “Home Design Ideas” will share with you some home decor that will be very popular in 2014.
“For 2014, I see a strong influence of bold, saturated color, like saffron, which conjures a real tropical vibe, yet works just as well to brighten a classic interior. The 18th-century craft of mixing inks to create Venetian marble papers is also becoming a design must-have, adding style to boxes, carpets, dinnerware and wall coverings.”
“I see clean lines being combined with decadent materials such as marble, rich woods, colorful textiles and beautiful finishes to add warmth and interest. Although more ornate shapes will always have a place in design, 2014 is all about keeping the silhouettes simple and unadorned!”
“Rose gold is going to be a big trend this coming year. And neon colors will be used as fun accents in accessories, as well as matte vibrant blue and red.”
“There will be more emphasis on juxtaposing styles, playful takes on classic silhouettes and a deepening pride in local craftsmen and artists.” (This new breed furniture piece epitomizes the idea—it was inspired by French 20th-century furniture design and can be custom painted to suit your space.)
“We will see more organic, floral prints and less geometric patterns. There will be brighter, clearer colors used in the design. Greige is over.”
“People will to continue to embrace the demand and creation of small-batch, artisanal products. We will see more quality handcrafted products for the home through e-commerce sites, pop-up stores and traditional brick-and-mortar. People want to support local designers and makers. These products have real stories and unique designs. Plus, artisan products are a great way to mix in an unexpected component to your home.”
“Macramé wall hangings are a cool alternative to large-scale art or textile wall hangings. Rattan looks fabulous in this mix, as well, since it’s textural and organic and a chic alternative to wood or upholstered pieces.”
“Blue is going to have its much-deserved moment in the spotlight. There are so many beautiful shades—cobalt, cerulean, turquoise, navy, marine—and I’m especially loving Indigo. It looks so fresh paired with white or ivory and has universal appeal.”
“I predict the continued ‘deconstructionist’ Mad Max look will still be forging ahead with every form of raw galvanized metals, bolts, screws and exposed bulbs leading the way. In conjunction with this, I see the angular forms of the ’80s, sleek, more contemporary pieces made of glass, Lucite, and various man-made materials with shinier brass hardware.”
“Specialty cocktails are in vogue and people are enjoying their homes and entertaining more. Expect to see more bar carts, barware and actual bars in homes in the coming year.” (Woodson’s bar favorites? The jazz-inspired Adage line of crystal barware from Hermès and the lacquer-finished bars from Maitland Smith.)
“I think getting back to the basics, for example making the baby’s room look like baby’s rooms, is super-cool. Super-cool is also not following a trend—but doing what you love in your home regardless of the trend.”
These are some home predictions for 2014 revealed by top interior designers. Even if you love to follow every trend, remember that the important thing is to create a space that you really love. Enjoy your decor.
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