In providing our interior and bio-design services, we’ve noted the growing trend of petrified wood, thanks to its unique aesthetic that marries the organic rawness of wood with the elegant look of marble. Here we offer some tips on how to incorporate petrified wood in your home design.
Two typically underground design movements have soared to prominence in 2015. Now, Industrial design and Steampunk design are officially at the forefront of the year’s most popular interior design trends, contributing to a whole new take on modern classic bathroom design.
What many homeowners learn the hard way is that there’s a lot more to interior design than picking furniture and painting a few walls. How you design your interior directly impacts the functionality, carbon footprint, comfort and aesthetics of your home. Here some reasons not to go it alone.e.
5 Ways to Use Bamboo in Your Home Décor Moretti Blog • September 26, 2015 Bamboo is one of the most versatile eco-friendly materials available. As a fast-growing grass, it is an easily renewed, very sustainable resource. Even though this is a major factor contributing to bamboo’s [...]
The Beauty and Benefits of Living Walls Moretti Blog • September 15, 2015 As the popularity of sustainable design soars, homeowners are increasingly seeking inventive ways to make their properties greener. One chic new biodesign trend is the living or green wall, which is a self-sufficient vertical [...]
Eco-Friendly Design Ideas Moretti Blog • August 07, 2015 These eco-friendly design ideas are perfect examples of how we help our clients go green and still achieve their unique visions for their homes. Go bananas! Wallpapers made from natural and non-toxic materials are a [...]
What to Consider When Choosing a Window Treatment Moretti Blog • July 12, 2015 Your kitchen is one of the busiest rooms of your house, so it’s important for all of its furnishings and décor, including the window treatments, to blend style with functionality. While there are [...]
Not so long ago, traditional furniture was built to last and be passed on through generations. Today, however, the trend has turned to low-cost, mass-produced furniture that’s built to be replaced. When unsustainable, toxic, and non-biodegradable materials are used to make this short-lived furniture, it’s incredibly damaging to the environment...
Design Tips to Keep Your Home Clean and Organised Moretti Blog • June 01, 2015 Top interior design tips for keeping your home neat, organised, and clutter-free: Clever storage solutions It’s difficult to keep a well-ordered home if you haven’t got anywhere to store your belongings. From [...]
Green interior design is all about reducing your home’s environmental impact. This means opting for eco-friendly products when furnishing and decorating your property, as well as getting your home to function sustainably.