Shoes, shoes, shoes! Life was simple back in the day. The options were few: House slippers, rubber shoes for PE, occasion shoes, and a pair of school shoes. These days one needs to have a minimum of 5 pairs of essential shoes: a pair of slippers, sandals, crocs, rubber shoes, sports shoes, ankle boots, knee-highContinue reading “SHOES: WHAT A MESS!”
Interior Design Styles can be so overwhelming and confusing. There is nothing cast in stone as far as Interiors is concerned. As the primary user of your Interior, you determine what works and doesn’t work for you. Interior design styles have since been recorded and classified across the centuries. Just like the story of evolutionContinue reading “INTERIOR DESIGN STYLES”
A home without proper storage especially in the bedroom is chaos waiting to happen.
Have you ever stopped and wondered why family and friends all tend to congregate in the kitchen? What is it about kitchens that evoke a mysterious magnetic attraction?
Your bed is not your desk!
Artsyteriors approach When you approach an Interior Designer for consultancy, this is what you should expect. Step 1: Get a brief from the client of what interior concern or challenge they are facing. How they have tried to solve them in the past and where they are with the problem. Step 2: Once the issueContinue reading “Interior Design Consultancy”
Happy New Year!I hope that you crossed over the new year well. We started working on the Interiors of this residence in May 2020, two months after Covid 19 made the headlines in Kenya. We needed to regroup as a team and find the best way to move forward as the client was all systemsContinue reading “Residential Interiors -Project update”
When it comes to seasonal decor, you want to engage all the senses. The spaces to decorate most often are public spaces accessed by visitors, but if you desire to go the extra mile, you can decorate your bedroom as well.
When it comes to Christmas decorative items, there are two factors to consider: whether you want to decorate the indoors or the outdoor space.
When we were children, Christmas colors were: red, green, white associated with metals in silver and gold. As the years have gone by and new trends have come in, it`s come to my realization that we no longer have to stick to those traditional Christmas colors.