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Wood, golden steel and Velvet.. Three textures that gives a real emphasis of luxurious mood
Designed by @bashar.sg

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Natural touch between stone wood and emphasis with greens as natural plants to give some fresh feeling inside a healthy food restaurant
The mood is getting healthy in food and atmosphere will give the space a special attention.

Designed and written by @bashar.sg
Natural touch between stone wood and emphasis with greens as natural plants to give some fresh feeling inside a healthy food restaurant The mood is getting healthy in food and atmosphere will give the space a special attention. Designed and written by @bashar.sg
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Interior design services
Color scheme furniture and fabrics lighting flooring and all new concepts 
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Luxurious decorated with golden sheets and triquaz to off-white scheme..
Velvet and linen fabric
Black gray wood colors for the furniture
With cool lighting temperature to reflect the golden scheme all around the room
Shiny marble for the floor to add more luxurious mood

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Luxurious decorated with golden sheets and triquaz to off-white scheme.. Velvet and linen fabric Black gray wood colors for the furniture With cool lighting temperature to reflect the golden scheme all around the room Shiny marble for the floor to add more luxurious mood #miami  #miamibeach  #miamiart  #bloggers  #luxury  #luxuryroom  #interiordesign  #decor  #downtownmiami  #colors  #home  #ikea  #zarahome  #jcpenny  #aventuramagazin  #interiordesignmagazine  #sketchup  #sketchupofficial  #supodiom  #desiner  #interiordesigner  #davincidesign  #resenecolor 
Check out the 4 Pics for the full design
Living, Dining, study and Bath
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LondonHouse Chicago
Designer: Simeone Deary Design Group
Client: Oxford Capital Group
Location: Chicago

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International Wine & Spirits Museum 
Designer: Shanghai Godolphin
Client: International Wine & Spirits Museum
Location: Shanghai

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When I started my career, I never thought I would spend so much time talking about corporate bathrooms. But the truth is people feel passionately about them. They might be the most underappreciated and most necessary spaces in the workplace. Everyone must go there. and the experience usually falls somewhere between bland and horrifying. It’s no wonder that so many people I talk to on projects—from executive leaders to employees—bring up bathrooms as one of their top complaints.

What do people dislike about bathrooms the most? Lack of privacy, poor ventilation, bad acoustics, lack of convenient features (hooks, shelves, full length mirrors), and myriad inconveniences, like the need to protect your newly cleansed hands from the germ-infested door handle. Part of the reason companies don’t have better bathrooms is that they usually must pay to upgrade them and may not have the authority to do so. Bathroom design and budgets typically fall under the purviews of landlords and developers, and these parties don’t always view upgraded bathrooms as a worthwhile investment. They are Whether the responsibility lands on the landlord or tenant, good bathrooms are worth the investment. There is no question they are critical to enhancing each employee’s overall experience of the workplace.

I recently interviewed a very senior executive about his company’s headquarters project, and I asked him what, in his opinion, was the number one thing to get right in the new space. I expected him to respond with a big statement about how the overall form and function should support the company’s business strategy. Instead, he looked at me with conviction and said, “Better bathrooms. They are appalling today, and they are extremely important, as important as having great amenities like a gym.” This took me by surprise, but since then I’ve heard similar comments from numerous other people across an entire range of companies and industries. Many of our current clients have taken note and are now working with us on beautiful and functional bathrooms in their newest projects.
When I started my career, I never thought I would spend so much time talking about corporate bathrooms. But the truth is people feel passionately about them. They might be the most underappreciated and most necessary spaces in the workplace. Everyone must go there. and the experience usually falls somewhere between bland and horrifying. It’s no wonder that so many people I talk to on projects—from executive leaders to employees—bring up bathrooms as one of their top complaints. What do people dislike about bathrooms the most? Lack of privacy, poor ventilation, bad acoustics, lack of convenient features (hooks, shelves, full length mirrors), and myriad inconveniences, like the need to protect your newly cleansed hands from the germ-infested door handle. Part of the reason companies don’t have better bathrooms is that they usually must pay to upgrade them and may not have the authority to do so. Bathroom design and budgets typically fall under the purviews of landlords and developers, and these parties don’t always view upgraded bathrooms as a worthwhile investment. They are Whether the responsibility lands on the landlord or tenant, good bathrooms are worth the investment. There is no question they are critical to enhancing each employee’s overall experience of the workplace. I recently interviewed a very senior executive about his company’s headquarters project, and I asked him what, in his opinion, was the number one thing to get right in the new space. I expected him to respond with a big statement about how the overall form and function should support the company’s business strategy. Instead, he looked at me with conviction and said, “Better bathrooms. They are appalling today, and they are extremely important, as important as having great amenities like a gym.” This took me by surprise, but since then I’ve heard similar comments from numerous other people across an entire range of companies and industries. Many of our current clients have taken note and are now working with us on beautiful and functional bathrooms in their newest projects.
What are some of the things you’ve had to keep in mind when designing a CEO’s office? Let us know in the comments below.
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