Bohemian, cheerful and summery decoration with the August covers
In summer we spend a lot of time away from home, but Going on vacation always means returning to our sweet home. Free time makes the hot months the best time to inspire yourself and carry out those changes and small ideas that you have wanted to make during the rest of the year.
Take advantage of the final stretch of August to be inspired by the magazines that know the most about decoration.
You will be able to discover all the design options for houses, balconies and gardens while you are lying in the hammock facing the sea or on the sofa under the air conditioning.
In art and design you will not be able to miss the presentation of the 15 winners of the 20th edition of the EDIDA Awardsthe international design awards that the magazine awards each year to the most exceptional artists.
Also noteworthy is the dossier on coatingsyou will find porcelain tiles with surprising finishes, new materials, wallpapers with different textures… everything to dress your walls and floors to a high level.
The August edition of Interiors also opts for a “calm summer”. How to get paradise at home with suitable decoration to disconnect and recover during the holidays It is the main thing among its pages.
Regarding trends, TOP DECO It is a selection of the best and newest for you and your home. You can find creative and resistant textiles for your outdoor spaces, the new bohemian style and the deco of beach essence for your corners shelter from the sun.
As extra content, you will find inside a sample of more than 20 pieces that were presented at the Milan Salone del Mobile 2022. One of the most important international furniture design fairs that sets the standard for all new seasonal trends and which took place from June 7 to 12.
In addition, the publisher reveals some of the projects that stand out the most this month; like the Murcian home-studio of the designers Francisca Muñoz and Manuel Herrera which represents “the living image of how the exterior is capable of enriching the interior”, or the work of the interior designer Virginia Sánchez and his spectacular house with a garden and pool in Madrid.
El Mueble wants you to travel with its August issue until you find the house of your dreams. To do this, they offer you a selection of 10 incredible houses distributed throughout Spain that will make you dream and they will fill you with good ideas to achieve the best decoration. From Marbella until Saint Sebastiangoing by Majorca and the Costa Brava.
To inspire you against the stifling heat of August, the publisher offers you the most trendy: lounges open to the outside and charming porches. Here you will find articles about plants that resist heat, a guide to cleaning floors or what you should keep in mind when having a barbecue.
Furthermore, El Mueble teaches you three looks for a perfect table: white, blue or tile, you choose which one you prefer to eat on your terrace this summer. But if you’re not lucky enough to have one of these outdoor spaces, don’t worry. You can also find 35 furniture recommendations for mini apartments which includes sofa beds, extendable tables or beds with canapé, don’t miss them!
On the cover, the most spectacular pool in Lisbon, in a house designed by the Brazilian architect Paulo Mendes da Rocha. The photo is by Francisco Noguira and the styling by Amaya de Toledo. In this number, A.D. wants celebrate a “summer with a view” and, to do so, it shows us the most beautiful houses and galleries to dream of in the destinations of the moment: Portugal and the Balearic Islands.
In this month’s 18 favorites, Architectural Digest pays tribute to summer, uniqueness and avant-garde with design pieces such as handmade thread lamps, ceramics in natural and organic shapes or room dividers with luminous resin. In addition, summer trends include wooden furniture, clay vases, colorful fabrics, and even semi-precious stone coatings.
But since the theme is summer in capital letters, two of its main protagonists could not be missing: the suitcase and the lounger. As for the first, you will find a tour of its history, from the legendary Louis Vuitton trunk to the trolleys of polycarbonate. And, as for the second, you won’t want to miss any of the recommendations for lying out in the August heat.
This issue also includes a tremendously curious report on hidden treasures. On this occasion, he atelier and largest file boiseries of the world It is located in the heart of Paris, which is witness to pieces with more than four centuries of history.
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