The interior in offices can sometimes be overlooked, however a well-designed office does not only have the potential to impress external clients resulting in a positive business reputation, but also plays a very crucial role in the productivity and efficiency of employees and the overall success of your business.
As technology is literally shrinking in its size, so is the desks and space you need for your work and home office. We can say goodbye to bulky, large desks and welcome the simplistic and neat designs. Less is more!
TVs are a lot more fun these days. Gaming, movies, internet browsing… But do you ever feel like all the wires, satellite boxes, DVDs and remote controls are taking over your home? Happily, our TV stands and TV cabinets are there to cut the clutter and get things organised. They give you space for everything, cable management for the cords and glass doors that do not block your remote control. So you can just sit back in comfort and enjoy your TV. Even when it is not on.
The Tudor architectural style is the final development of medieval architecture in England, during the Tudor period. It still exists till today and holds a lot of history behind its extraordinary design, the designs are almost symmetrical. All Tudor homes have certain features, some of which are decorative half timbering on the exterior, a steep pitched roof, gables, tall narrow windows, small window panes and massive chimneys. Some of these beautiful structures stand till today and look absolutely breathe taking.
Coffee tables are an ideal place for adding some storage, especially for those smaller homes. They can provide storage in a subtle way, with a space that could store magazines, TV remotes – the kind of things a user is likely to want at hand when relaxing in the living room.