Minimalism and maximalism are the two polar extremes of the interior design styles spectrum. Join us as we dig into whether less is more, less, or just enough.
We take a look at a number of unique dining rooms that offer inspiration and key features to consider when designing your own.
The render of this bathroom design will make you feel like you’re Napoleon soaking in the bathtub while a portrait of Vincent Van Gogh looks over you. It’s just that kind of vibe.
The homeowners wanted something that looked nice without any hassles, so the designers created a modern concept that covered the home’s 1,500 sqm with style.
Sometimes the best decorations are books, as long as they are being read and aren’t just collecting dust. In this render by Studio M6, a massive library was designed in a warm and cosy environment.
To renovate this 15 year old apartment in Zamalek, renowned designer Shewaker applied both her studio’s mastery of craftsmanship, and her carefully-honed sense of space.
With only 35 sqm to work with in this coastal cabana, Heba Fareed uses space and muted colours brilliantly to create this rustic design in Ras Sedr.
We look up at the domes of Egyptian mosques that range from the 8th century up to the sustainable designs of the 21st century.
Located at Katameya Heights, New Cairo, this boho sanctuary was designed to cater to the need for solitude, acting as an alluring getaway right in the middle of urban life.