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5 great ways to give your home modern edge

Mallorca Interior Design

Expert advice that anyone can use

Not everyone can bring in an architect when they’re remodelling their home, so Livingetc asked Mike Stiff, of leading UK architects Stiff + Trevillion, to give us five, easy-to-follow tips as to how to give a property a thoroughly modern edge.

1. Create a clear line of sight

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‘When you walk through the front door,’ Mike says, ‘make sure you can see the garden. It’s a simple thing, but it makes the house feel open, vibrant and positive. There’s no doubt about it, light is the key to interior design, so think about using glass doors internally to let in light and invest in a really good-quality glazing system and insulation to ensure the house doesn’t burn excess energy.’
2. Install semi-hidden light fittingsStiff-diner-long-shot
‘I prefer not to see the light source, unless it is a beautiful object in its own right,’ Mike…

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A fabric-draped ceiling creates a dramatic and romantic atmosphere, elegant swags cascading outward from a central area creates an elegant design. This design can also be used effectively in a master bedroom with vaulted or high ceilings. Gentle rolling waves of fabric can be installed across a lower ceiling for a similar soft, billowy texture. Ceilings can look surprisingly beautiful. Discover how you can give a room the true grandeur it deserves

Pricing guide

Pricing Guide for Curtains

 

The price guide gives an approximate cost for making your curtains in these styles – each with the option of lined or un-lined ,  interlined curtains would require a further estimate. The price  includes the tapes required,  hooks or eyelets and includes the cost of making.  As we do not  know which fabric you will choose, the price excludes this cost, but you can adjust by looking at the price and costing it by 2x width for pencil pleat, others require 2.5 x width or ask for help with this calculation.
If you have decided on a fabric and want an accurate quotation we can reply quickly.  We respond with an individual quote for your bespoke curtains which shows the amount of fabric needed to achieve the required fullness in the curtain style selected. Prices are inclusive of IVA.

Pricing Guide for Blinds

The  pricing guide for blinds includes the “haberdashery” i.e. the lining, rods, the fixing and raising/lowering track, blind pulls and includes the cost of making. As with curtains, it does not include the cost of the fabric. to receive an exact quotation which includes IVA please ask and we can quickly reply, cost of fabric varies but we can cater for any budget.  You may also choose a  special finish for added impact by use of trimmings, you  can add beads, contrast fabric borders, braids. Especially effective when used on plain fabrics.
We can also supply poles/tracks and a fitter for curtains and blinds. Our curtain poles are available on the website or speak with Alison personally.
We also  offer a made to measure service for cushions and other soft furnishings from simple scatter cushions, upholstery for interior and exterior furniture and we can give a rough estimate from dimensions but will  need a template before confirming and making up the item. We are also able to offer a made to measure service for loose covers.
For bedrooms, our sewing room makes bed valances, bed covers, bed cushions and fitted sheets for the home or boat.
Triple pinch pleat
A classic curtain heading which never dates.
The pleat consists of three folds which create a beautiful even drape.
Double pinch pleat
A more contemporary take on the classic triple pleat. Still drapes beautifully but uses less fabric for a more chic finish
Pencil pleat
The standard curtain tape, producing a continual row of small pleats.
The curtain hangs in a random fashion for a more informal effect.
Eyelet heading

A very modern heading, the eyelets are set in the fabric and the pole threads through the eyelets.The curtain hangs in an undulating wave for a simple contemporary feel.
The eyelets are available in various colour’s.
Cartridge heading
A contemporary finish giving a sleek curtain, requiring minimal stacking space.
Wave Heading
The wave curtain hangs in the same way as the eyelet and is a good alternative for those windows where eyelets are not possible, also very cost-effective.
It is a very modern sleek look and may require specialist pole/track and tape.
For a ‘quick quote’ measure your window from side to side and from top to bottom. Then let us know the measurements including the space you have either side, we can use an average priced fabric to assess a price.

If you happy with the quick quote then we can further proceed with more details for your approval.

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Interior Design with SYZYGY

STATEMENT PIECES … CONVERSATION PIECES … MASTERPIECES

syzygy ˈsɪzɪdʒi – noun
1. ASTRONOMY – a conjunction or opposition, especially of the moon with the sun.
“the planets were aligned in syzygy
2. a pair of connected or corresponding things.

We are open 10am – 8pm, Monday – Saturday

Carrer d’ Annibal 19, Santa Catalina 07013 Palma de Mallorca, Espana.

971 454 794  Susan Parry

 

 

 

 

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Colour’s for Autumn/Winter 2014

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There are four key words being used to describe the new colour palette for Autumn/Winter 2014,  Blush,Frame,Axis and Herald, I usually check the Pantone chart and get their buzzword for the latest hot to trot colour being promoted among designers but I’m liking these names as the descriptive of what we will be seeing in the fashion sector and  interior decor for the approaching months, yes time is flying by since radiant orchid appeared in Spring 2014, a shade we will be taking with us into Winter.
Blush, there will be a blend of both feminine and masculine colours, soft shades will be introduced to a darker undertone, light V dark ,the  use of soft colours against more dominant textures, use the blend to enhance the Yin/Yang relationship.
Frame, will bring us a bright colour palette as a stark contrast, synthetic colours will be used like lime green or electric blue.  Technology the influence behind the theme, geometric designs to create a fun and young decor.
Axis will be the natural contribution taken from the environment, patterns magnified or with a 3D effect with an element of natural V manmade, a futuristic look in style.
Then we have Herald, a throwback of a Regal age, decadent and historic. Bright and strong with a traditional look in fibre and weave, used with grandeur by way of tassle”s and trims  bringing elegance.
A mix of harmonies and something for everyone to enhance the home environment, choose a classic and mix with fashion, take a bold choice and mix with a staple favourite, try unexpected colour combinations. Enjoy a cosmic blend of loveliness in your living space.

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