Living Spaces Are More Stylish Than Ever

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The interior design trends revolve around zen-like relaxing spaces and natural, pleasant and calming colors. Avoiding excessive decor creates harmonious blend of minimalism, simplicity, and functional modern design

BLOC OUTDOOR Oasis of style
Bloc Outdoor, South African company manufacturing high quality outdoor furniture recently opened their showroom in the heart of Zagreb business zone at 1a Radnička cesta. Fine craftsmanship, quality materials and tailor-made products are what this new oasis of style in Zagreb focuses on.

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Their products are manufactured in factories in Cape Town and Johannesburg, South Africa, and each piece is made with high-quality materials and rich fabrics, with a touch of charm, made to fit the cosmopolitan lifestyle that is sure to refine your living space.

VONDOM Vineyard
Designed by Ramón Esteve for Vondom, Vineyard was born from the idea of a place of refuge. This piece consists of an aluminum structure and a double reclining mattress that ensures it is a comfortable and versatile daybed.

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Its pure and simple lines and its shape of a prism make it the ideal setting for rest, conversation, meditation, sleep – or simply relaxation.

ETHIMO Hut
Hut is much more than outdoor furniture, its proportions elevating it to bona fide architecture in Accoya, this wood with extraordinary qualities that resists perfectly to outdoor use and preserves its natural beauty over time.

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It can be moved and adapted without needing to be fixed to the ground and it can be customised with an elegant curtain that closes this nest, allowing the air to filter through while protecting from direct sunlight. In the words of its designer Marco Lavit ‘hut is a place for resting, pausing and meditation, for enjoying time spent in the open’.

ZANETTE Akita
The Akita collection includes horizontal and vertical sideboards featuring geometric volumes and a balanced alternation of solids and voids as well as of finishes and colours. The arrangements are inspired by the eastern wabi-sabi philosophy which is a tribute to austere and timeless beauty.

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They are available in four different sizes and with matt lacquered or heat-treated oak wood finishes and a tone-on-tone base with plinth or matt anthracite finish metal feet. The doors conceal handy shelves and feature a practical and noiseless push-to-open mechanism.

ARTISAN Naru
Artisan specializes in hand-made furniture made in high-quality wood. The company takes pride in creating furniture as natural as the material it was made from. Artisan Naru chair has easily recognizable shapes and offers memorable tactile experience, and is customizable in many details. The seat and the backrest can be covered in high-quality leather or fabric, with decorative details in stainless steel or brass.

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Naru was designed by studio Says Who, a Danish team of designers who draw inspirations from Scandinavian visual tradition. Their style is simple, functional and unmistakably Danish, and their success based on smart design and carefully considered solutions. ‘Who says good design can’t be for everyone?’ Says Who. Their philosophy and vision have turned Naru into a beloved item recognized worldwide, which adapts well into almost any type of interior.

KRISTAL Glass Partitions
Glass is an ideal material for a functional and aesthetic transformation of your home or office. Even though glazing is traditionally considered a practical aspect of architecture and civil engineering, it also plays an essential role in interior design. Unlike opaque dividers, glass partitions provide the feeling of open space, which is both stylish and appealing. Additionally, natural light passes unobstructed through glass panes, which makes staying indoors more comfortable and healthier.

This is photo of a Kristal glass partitions

One factor that contributed significantly to the use of glass in interior design was meeting the safety requirements for using it, which was made possible by making toughened and laminated glass. At the same time, the availability of a wide range of colors and ornaments is another factor that contributed to its popularity. Techniques available for adding details on glass include enameling, sandblasting, and digital print. Besides the impeccable aesthetics they provide, glass partitions can also reduce noise levels by adding an appropriate interlayer.

Edited by Ivana Nedoklan
Photos Vondom, Bloc Outdoor, Ethimo, Zanette, Artisan & Kristal
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