Wood or carpet for the bedroom? Ronamag answers questions from readers.
The right headboard can turn a spare bedroom into an inviting suite. Here are ten stand-out headboards that will ensure your bedroom is anything but sleepy!
Polka dots are a new trend in 2013, and they are getting more popular as the weather gets warmer. Fun, graphically interesting and very versatile, large and small polka dots can be integrated in a multitude of ways in any decor. Here are a few ways they can be added to your rooms.
During winter, there's nothing sweeter than curling up on a comfy loveseat with a soft wool blanket and a great book! Here are a few decoration ideas that will help you to stay warm and cozy while chilling out at home this winter.
Ever wonder what you could do with all the rigid cardboard that's used to package so many of the products we buy on a regular basis? How about transforming it into a practical and attractive storage tool! Tim Karoleff, a young industrial designer who merges creativity with functionality, has done just that!
Each new year brings a fresh palette of trendsetting colours that set the tone both on the fashion runway and in home decor. Just ahead of 2013, we're already seeing a lot of blues and greens in many vibrant shades and hues.
The New Year is calling for interior designs that are customized with a luscious mix of fabrics in various patterns. Go beyond the blending together of flowered or ethnic inspired prints by playing with a combination of textures in things like woolly carpets, cushions and wallpaper with oversized prints which will gain in popularity in 2013.
In 1999, Montreal-born designer Harold Vétéré created Indica Design, a firm specialized in both high-end and mid-end residential projects worldwide. With more than 30 years of experience, the designer is curious, dynamic and has a passion for travel, history and style. RONAMAG sat down with Harold Vétéré to ask him a few questions and find out his takes on the latest design trends!
Colin & Justin want a happy new year for homes across Canada, so a few designer resolutions are just what’s needed to get home decor just right!