We’ve got some paw-ntastic news!

For some of you, pets are part of your family, for others a great companion or the best roommate they ever had. But for all, pets are undeniably an inexhaustible source of joy and love! Here, at Living we don’t want to separate you from your dog for even more hours than work and responsibilities do and we definitely don’t want to exclude any of your family members, whether they are on feet or paws. So, without any further ado we...

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How to decorate your outdoor space in a contemporary design

As summer approaches, the outdoor area and the garden invite us for carefree summer moments, and therefore it’s the ideal opportunity to decorate it with furniture and accessories that highlight the most modern perspective that perfectly suit today's lifestyle. Combining natural touches with urban style, the contemporary style renews classic lines and redefines the aesthetics of the garden in the light of additions that love simplicity and classic beauty. Contemporary spaces are usually distinguished for their minimalist approach, following more neutral...

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How to decorate your living room with industrial design

The industrial decorating style has gained its own loyal following over the past few decades. Inspired by industrial architecture and originated from the 1960s, when the need for housing in old abandoned factories and warehouses arose, and until today has not stopped evolving, capturing a more modest style that nevertheless highlights a magnificence through its own simplicity. The industrial style completely bases its charm on everyday, utilitarian details that are directly linked to the emergence of this informal factory character...

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How to decorate your space with a minimalist approach

Minimalism is a trend that extends from architecture, to other arts and of course decoration, filling the need for expression through the oft-quoted but always accurate “less is more”. With timelessness and consistency in this approach, the minimalist perspective does not aim to negate the need for comfort, but aims to highlight that it does not necessarily impose through excess or overconsumption. Many times, the practicality of an object upgrades its usability, thus achieving the combination of functionality and precise aesthetics...

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