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South African Home Owner March 2019

SA Home Owner focuses on showcasing luxury houses across SA, as well as offering decor, trend-watching and lifestyle features, and expert comment on home-related topics. SA Home Owner is a magazine packed with expertise, and has built outstanding relationships with industry professionals and service providers, as well as readers across the country.

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South Africa
Language:
English
Publisher:
Times Media (Pty) Ltd
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11 Issues

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loving your home from top to bottom

It's time to refresh and redesign your home to make it the perfect retreat from the world’s hustle and bustle. This issue is filled with the latest floor, wall, roof and ceiling trends. In fact, ceilings have come a long way from being a forgotten part of a room and are now commanding the attention they deserve as the first thing you notice when entering a space. On page 158, Helen Grange takes us through how ceilings and bulkheads are masterpieces of texture and why they’re sometimes referred to as the ‘fifth wall’ of a room. As well as how a clever use of lighting can transform an ordinary ceiling into a focal point. Another thing on our radar are laser cut screens and decorative architectural panels, which, I must add, have…

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meet gabriele centazzo

Since 1981 Gabriele Centazzo has been the creative soul of Valcucine, a company he co-founded. He takes care of all the design aspects in terms of technical, engineering and stylistic research. Where do you draw your inspiration from? What I really consider as main reference points are Mother Nature and my constant search for freedom. Looking at them, for example, I realised the new Graphic Vitrum (a printed glass technique), which is inspired by the texture of butterfly wings that I simply enlarged. What, in your opinion, are the upcoming trends in the design industry? An industrial product must increasingly satisfy its functional needs besides the aesthetic ones. For this reason, in Valcucine we studied and transformed the kitchen’s ergonomics, adding exclusive systems to offer the possibility of having everything at hand…

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sa home owner loves...

UNIQUE AND CONTEMPORARY A living room is often the first room we decorate and the first room we show new guests during a home tour. Moos Interior Architects proves a beautifully decorated living room not only draws you in but compels you to stay. www.moos.co.za TRADITION WITH A TWIST East meets West with perfect balance at Block & Chisel, where a striking lime-green wash Luli sideboard featuring Asian-inspired influences complements the classic French-inspired, neutral linen covered Charmaine chairs. It’s a design ethos that sits at the heart of the brand, which endeavours to create timeless pieces for homes present and future. www.blockandchisel.co.za DRIVEN TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE Since 2013, Apax Design’s passion for interiors has been rooted in the drive to make a difference, always taking the three most important components of successful interior design…

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the essentials

JESS BINNS Designer and owner of interior and exterior design company Hector & Bailey Going into its 10th year, Hector & Bailey began life in London and moved to Durban seven years ago. Founder Jess Binns works on the premise that your surroundings play a pivotal role in happiness, health and inspiration. There is a new wave of subtle-toned, textured walls emerging. Varying in media, these range from linen-texture wallpapers, chalky matte porcelain tiles to pale-toned timber slat walls. All are a great option where walls are a little uneven and in need of cosmetic surgery. As with the rise in curved furniture, we foresee curved walls making a comeback too. Terrazzo, or terrazzo-look, tiles are once again taking centre stage in the world of interiors. The use of natural, ethically sourced materials is…

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talent watch

SIFISO SHANGE FURNITURE DESIGNER Sifiso Shange is a South African storyteller through design. He is the founder of Afri Modern, a design style that perfectly blends African culture, heritage, pride and excellence with a modern look and feel. He is passionate about contemporary design and art and aspires to be an influential contributor to the creative world. I use my furniture to preserve my culture and to tell stories of culture through designed furniture. The stories are visually expressed through the design and flow naturally into the look and feel of the furniture, with the story being at the heart of the visual aesthetic. My furniture features stories of love, cultural pride, celebration, tribute, spirituality, traditions, Zulu folk and the art of Zulu beadwork. I’m also deeply inspired by modern African culture and…

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home essentials

By partnering with Cape Town-based ceramicists Rialheim, @home now offers an exclusive range of statement-making ceramic tableware and accessories that are as useful as they are beautiful. www.home.co.za Featuring on-trend woven detail in an antique copper finish with bold metal rods, LaFormaSA’s round ROBIL mirror makes for a striking style statement. www.laformasa.co.za Essentially an elevated tray with a handle, the DLM (Don’t Leave Me) from Créma Design is made from powder-coated steel and is available in a range of colourways, making it the perfect home companion. www.cremadesign.co.za Simple, stylish and very comfortable, as with all of CapeSpace Interior’s sofas, the on-trend McKinley sofa can be made bespoke to perfectly fit your space. www.capespaceinteriors.co.za Decorland focuses on the design, manufacture and sale of ready-to-install curtain suspension products as well as custom-made and cut-to-measure blinds. www.decorland.co.za JNA…

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