Now that we finally realize that our home is much more than just a stop for crazies days, it’s time to update the software, sorry, our home sweet home.
Religion, whatever it may be, has influenced our common imagination for hundred of years. So it is normal that today, more than ever, we want our home to reflect what we believe in - and to be an extension of our own personality. A place where energies flow freely? We want. Wait, better, we need.
Whoever said that the happy endings aren’t real, surely never thought of turning that dull room at home into a real private palace. Let’s throw tea parties, the endless hours sitting in front of the dressing tables and the champagne flutes. We party like we were on Louis XIV court.
There’s me and only me. May the four walls never lose the function of a safe shelter. And if we ever forget the importance of a house, it is because it’s time to enter our bubble and stay there as long as we need.
What if, in the blink of an eye, our home were transformed into a museum of contemporary art? It is a sign that we are doing everything right. Our home, our rules. As long as there is space, there is room for everything that imagination can provide us. Go wild, who cares?
And the place where no Michelin-starred restaurant prepares a four-course lunch like our mothers and grandmothers. Let's take the typical patterns of the 60s and 70s and line the walls and sofas, ask grandma for the napkins and lay out a large tapestry on the floor. It's time to go back to the place where it all started and bring a little piece of this paradise to our homes.
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