The clock is ticking, Christmas is right around the corner! While a few overachievers have already found gifts for all of their loved ones, others have some serious shopping to do. You will find here our favorite holiday picks prepared specially for you and all the reindeer in your life. Say goodbye to the disposable toys, here are gifts that will last a lifetime! We love eco-friendly gift ideas.
It’s that time of the year again where it’s starting to get really cold outside so you just want to stay in. In November, if you are like the rest of us you are looking for the perfect day full of nothing. Keep on reading since we will present to you some decor and furniture ideas to make your home the ideal cocooning kingdom.
What made our heart beat this month is a website that is in fact a must in the design and housing industry in Quebec. The goal of this platform is to make life easier for design enthusiasts by inspiring Quebecers in their renovation, construction and decoration projects while highlighting local materials and products. Now, let’s discover La Pièce! For this article Nexera x La Pièce, we interviewed Marie-Pier Bélanger, co-founder of La Pièce, to learn more about this reference in the Quebec design industry!
Grey is the perfect neutral color. Some may say that particular shades of grey can be dramatic but these elegant colors can give a rather inviting ambiance to a room. It also creates a neutral base and gives the freedom to pair it with different patterns, colors and textures. This charismatic color creates serene and sophisticated decors and the possibility to explore bold and dramatic looks.
Welcome to our ‘Crush of the moment’ section where each month, you will discover our favorites in the furniture and decor industry, whether it be a company, a designer, a website, in short anything that inspires us at that moment! Now, let’s discover Mode Choc, which was primarily a family story. For more than 35 years now, the Quebec company has been prioritizing customer satisfaction by offering a wide range of quality products, from clothing to decoration, at an affordable price. Read on to find out more about this fabulous Quebec retailer!
Getting back to basics and getting rid of the non-necessary clutter are part of the simple rules to achieve a sleek and sophisticated decor. Beyond doing wonders for your sanity, this basic approach to interior design can go from monochromatic minimalism to laid-back luxury. Same as the no-makeup makeup look, it’ not as simple as it seems to be a natural. To help you kick things into place, here are a few steps to follow to get the modern minimalist design you are such a fan of.
Blending historic features and a modern twist, is really what the Modern Farmhouse style is all about. By careful balancing the decor in your house you can achieve this style, like combining shiplap and neutral colors with black iron, industrial lighting and concrete.
A true decorating philosophy, the Scandinavian style is recognized for its clean and simple aspect. No extravagance on the horizon! Scandinavian style decoration refers to Swedish or Finnish furniture from the 1950s and represents the strong link between Scandinavia and nature. The light colors harmonize perfectly with the wood, a noble and warm material.
Welcome to our ‘Crush of the moment’ section where each month, you will discover our favorites in the furniture and decor industry, whether it be a company, a designer, a website, in short anything that inspires us at that moment! For now, let’s discover Marc Boudreau, an industrial designer who has many years of experience under the belt. For more than 15 years, he has been working in the design industry for the creation of residential & urban furniture, park games and various utilitarian objects before launching his own studio in 2002. Among other things, he created our newest entertainment furniture collections: Damask and Paisley. Read on to find out more about his creative approach!
First referenced as early as the mid-1950s, the mid-century modern movement has influenced design ever since its rise to popularity. Almost 70 years later, this style is still inspiring the decor of in many homes around the world.