From indoor and outdoor furniture to accessories, and how to incorporate colour into your living space, Mobelli co-founder Alon Sachs tells you exactly what you need to have when decorating your home.
No indoor living area is complete without the right accessories for that true statement of style. These add a touch of finesse and simply enhance the area with very little effort.
Winter won’t last forever, prepare for those warm days on the patio soaking-up the sun while and seated on an elegant sofa. And the best way to complete that stylish outdoor space is with a selection of suitable furniture that looks appealing and is comfortable and practical too.
Whilst it’s still a bit chilly outside, bring on the hot cocoa, grab a good book and get comfy on a sofa near the fireplace. So take cosy indoors by adding a modern day indoor masterpiece to the lounge for extra comfort.
Choosing the right pieces of furniture is key to ensure entertaining remains hassle-free. So, complement big spaces with a large dining table and bench, and for those smaller spaces consider shape-shifting furniture, or more compact seating options.
No one enjoys spending hours getting furniture cleaned after a party on the patio. The solution is simple – opt for furniture pieces you can easily wipe down, and that’s water resistant too. They do exist!
There’s no need to leave the comfort of your home for a family picnic-styled lunch. Instead, enjoy an intimate farm-to-table styled experience right to your back yard, but make sure the picnic table is big enough for the whole family and a few impromptu guests too.
Do you have green fingers? Then get planting and potting, but make sure those pots are stylish and trendy and fits with your indoor décor. And if you aren’t so lucky, get yourself a planter that waters your plants for you for up to 12-weeks; yip it’s possible.
There’s nothing you can’t do in 21st century, including hanging from the ceiling. Surprised? Don’t be, because guess what? Few other things are more comfortable than curling-up in a hanging chair on a lazy Sunday afternoon.