The global pandemic brought not just a heightened awareness of health and hygiene into our lives, but also new sources of worry and stress; work entered our homes and seeped into our private sanctuaries, permeating the living and dining areas and even the bedroom. Now, separating work and rest is more difficult yet also more crucial than ever—and the way we sleep plays an important role in refining this fragile balance.
For instance, did you know that your mattress largely determines your quality of sleep? Insomnia and fitful rest have understandably pained many homeowners during the pandemic, making a high-quality mattress a must-have in the bedroom. Customisable layers, premium breathable materials and dreamy fabrics are just a few of the requirements you should have for your mattress to ensure a deep and restful slumber.
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Vintage designs infuse this spanking new apartment with timeless appeal.
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A Streamlined Kitchen
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Style And Substance
This home balances contemporary aesthetics while catering to the needs of three growing children.
Colours And Curves
Bold and fun details satisfy this family’s penchant for strong hues.
Outside The box
An inverted timber box is both a centrepiece and design solution in this sprawling penthouse home.