Design

Finding the extraordinary in every day

Dramatic, luxurious and whimsical are just a few of the words we would use to describe the furniture collections from the siblings that founded Indian luxury design company Scarlet Splendour. Combine their pieces with an avant-garde interior designer like Sanjyt

Thoughtful Design

The power of contrasts

If walls could talk

Design, stage, sell…

The devil is in the details

From yachts and jet interiors to exquisite furnishings…Homefront joins mother and daughter team, Joana and Marta Aranha in their Lisbon studio to hear more about

Liquid Assets Gets Fresh

Easy access Functionality and aesthetics in an open space. A glass wall separates the shower area from the rest of the bathroom.  cavalleri.com 5 Ways to get the look 1) Open up drapes and windows to let nature in. 2) Decorate with natural fabrics. 3) Mix wood and stone. 4)

Design Vibe

Monochromatic glam: A look that’s bold and eye-catching   By Edilka Anderson Described by some as the good kind of “matchy matchy,” making the choice to go with monochrome basics promises to give you a timeless, almost never go out of style look that remains both pleasing and charmingly versatile. 

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Once in a blue moon

How do you top a project with 42 bathrooms, 21 bedrooms, a jogging track, cigar lounge and a philanthropy wing? HF tracked down architect Paul McClean to discuss his modernistic style.

Geektopolis returns

Even with a number of exhibitors and journalists covering the event remotely, the 55th CES in Sin City still managed to impress.

Man cave must-haves

By Mark Eglington

After months at home, many of us are ready to upgraded our space. And these goodies are sure to be the icing on the cake.

Dance like nobody’s watching

By Edilka Anderson

It was Mark Twain that said, “Dance like nobody’s watching; love like you’ve never been hurt. Sing like nobody’s listening; live like it’s heaven on earth.” And why not?

Once in a blue moon

How do you top a project with 42 bathrooms, 21 bedrooms, a jogging track, cigar lounge and a philanthropy wing? HF tracked down architect Paul McClean to discuss his modernistic style.

Geektopolis returns

Even with a number of exhibitors and journalists covering the event remotely, the 55th CES in Sin City still managed to impress.