Two walls | Two Materials


Two contemporary bathrooms that have resourced on creating a focal point on a single wall of the room. Do you one like one more than another? Let me know in the comments below, and the reason behind it.

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Designer’s Insight: Kitchen Banquettes

Dealing with a residual space next to your kitchen? Consider a kitchen banquette.

This is a practical approach to create a more intimate and informal dining area to enjoy first time in the morning with your loved ones.

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Inspiring Moodboard

A collection of images to keep the day going on a better note.

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7 Amazing Gifts For This Christmas | Picks by DMM Studio

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(1) Cilinder Planters with Walnut Stand @ Room & Board (2) Providence Knob with Rectangular Backplate @ Rejuvenation (3) Cedar & Moss Pendant @ Cedar & Moss (4) Robert Patina Bronze Wall Mounted Boom Lamp (5) Mquan Moon and Stars Birdhouse @ ABC home (6) Minipresso (7) Raindrop by Elho @ Amazon

Getting gifts for others can be a stressing and difficult task, specially if Read more

Keep Warm with a Sleek Fireplace

A fireplace is an amazing feature to have at home. It encourages impromptu gatherings around the fire and the sharing of intimate moments. Keep warm and enjoy the season!



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Architecture in Baltimore: Amazing Iron Work

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I just came from a road trip to the Southeast of USA. I had been dying (for years!) to visit this part of the country, and finally did it! As my friends know, I’d never catalog my trips as working, even if they could be labeled like that, because I love (triple love here) to see new places and interact with new people of different backgrounds.

The experience was amazing, thanks to my husband and lovely/well-behaved Mona (our dog). Adventure was the motto of the trip, including the sleeping arrangements we had throughout. Read more