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Home & Decor

Home & Decor

January 2020

Home & Decor is a monthly interior design magazine which aims to make stylish living easy for everyone. Authoritative articles on interior design, home decorating and home improvement equip readers with the relevant know-how to navigate their renovations, with beautiful interior photography and styling for inspiration. Capturing the latest design and lifestyle trends, shops, furniture and furnishings, houseproud owners are able to keep their home perennially stylish and the perfect fit to their changing needs and lifestyles.

Country:
Singapore
Language:
English
Publisher:
SPH Magazines Pte Ltd
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12 Issues

IN THIS ISSUE

1 min.
sky is the limit

As we cross the threshold of yet another year, it seems that many people are cautious about what 2020 is going to bring. Economists are predicting a global slowdown in trade, while scientists warn about the looming threat of global warming around the world. These observations seem to paint a rather grim and gloomy outlook for the next 12 months to come. If this news is making you feel a bit blue, you will understand why colour expert Pantone decided to make Classic Blue the reigning hue of the year. As its name suggests, Classic Blue is the shade we are all familiar with. To some, it’s common, plain and almost veering on the side of being boring to look at, but let’s not get too pessimistic. Classic Blue may seem dull,…

2 min.
home & decor

GROUP EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Caroline Ngui (nguislc@sph.com.sg) GROUP EDITOR Joanna Lee-Miller (jolee@sph.com.sg) EDITORIAL EDITOR Young Lim (younglim@sph.com.sg) SENIOR WRITER Domenica Tan (domtan@sph.com.sg) WRITERS Isabelle Tow (imztow@sph.com.sg) Melody Bay (melodyb@sph.com.sg) CREATIVE SENIOR ART DIRECTOR Nonie Chen (noniec@sph.com.sg) ART DIRECTOR Kristy Quah (krisquah@sph.com.sg) DIGITAL TRENDING DESK GROUP EDITOR Dhylan Boey (dhylanb@sph.com.sg) BRAND LAB & VIDEO LAB DIRECTOR Ong Ting Nee (tingnee@sph.com.sg) EDITOR Grace Chua (cshgrace@sph.com.sg) FASHION DIRECTOR Janice Pidduck (pjan@sph.com.sg) ASSOCIATE EDITOR Shairah Thoufeekh Ahamed (stahamed@sph.com.sg) SENIOR WRITER Nida Seah (seahnida@sph.com.sg) ASSISTANT PROJECT MANAGER Nurasyidah Abdul Razak (nsyidah@sph.com.sg) SENIOR ART DIRECTOR Neccol Woo (neccolw@sph.com.sg) ART DIRECTOR Kim Wong (kimwong@sph.com.sg) ART DIRECTOR & VIDEO EDITOR Michael Chian (cmichael@sph.com.sg) VIDEO EDITORS Firdaus Mahadi (firmhdi@sph.com.sg) Sherry Leung (suetyee@sph.com.sg) PHOTOGRAPHY CHIEF PHOTOGRAPHER Veronica Tay (verontay@sph.com.sg) EXECUTIVE PHOTOGRAPHERS Frenchescar Lim (frenchl@sph.com.sg) Tan Wei Te (tanweite@sph.com.sg) PHOTOGRAPHERS Darren Chang (darrenc@sph.com.sg) Phyllicia Wang (wanglx@sph.com.sg) Vee Chin (veechin@sph.com.sg) VIDEOGRAPHER Alicia Chong (achong@sph.com.sg) SENIOR ADMINISTRATIVE EXECUTIVE Wendy Wong (wwong@sph.com.sg) EDITORIAL SUPPORT SENIOR MANAGER, ADMINISTRATION & EDITORIAL SUPPORT UNIT Juliana Chong (julianac@sph.com.sg) ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT Jashnijothirani Nadarajah (jrani@sph.com.sg) INTERNATIONAL EDITIONS DEPUTY EDITOR Emmelyn Mah AD SALES ENQUIRIES Michelle Yow E-mail: michelleyow@bluinc.com.my BUSINESS SOLUTIONS HEAD, ADVERTISING SOLUTIONS Maureen Wee (weekfm@sph.com.sg) DEPUTY HEAD, SALES DEVELOPMENT Diana Lee (leemld@sph.com.sg) ACCOUNT DIRECTOR Chelsea Lam For sales enquiries, please contact Maggie at magadpromo@sph.com.sg MARKET…

1 min.
homeanddecor.com.sg

REAL-TIME DESIGN UPDATES WWW.FACEBOOK.COM/HOMEANDDECOR.SINGAPORE Read new content on home decor and more – daily. Bachelor pad with million-dollar view This home’s interiors were designed to complement the view. www.tinyurl.com/bachelormillionview Apartment with white and light palette A farmhouse-inspired look gives this family-oriented home a cosy vibe. www.tinyurl.com/whiteandlight SIGHTS & INSPIRATION CHECK US OUT AT @HOMEANDDECOR_SG MORE INTERIOR STYLES FROM OUR ONLINE IMAGE LIBRARY THIS MONTH ON OUR BEDROOM TO DIE FOR BOARD… WWW.PINTEREST.COM/ HOMEANDDECORSG…

1 min.
material world

Having dedicated its latest home collection to highlighting the beauty of raw materials and traditional craftsmanship, French luxury label Hermes collaborated with Milan-based artist and designer Nathalie Du Pasquier (founding member of the Memphis Design Group - an iconic studio in the ’80s, which counts Karl Lagerfeld and David Bowie as its fans) to design two throws made with simple embroidery techniques. This Soft Machine throw features handmade Mongolian-cashmere patchworks, mini-beads and bold colours. The Soft Machine throw measures 1.4m by 2m and is available by order from Hermes. Visit www.hermes.com/sg for more information.…

1 min.
chevron chic

Interested to inject an element of industrial chic into your home’s design, but not ready to go all the way with concrete screed across the floor? Consider the Lamelle collection of glazed porcelain tiles instead, which is designed to resemble the look of parquet used in vintage industrial lofts. Its edgy look is softened by the muted tones, offering a warm yet rustic-Industrial feel. These tiles are also easy to maintain, making them great for any room. Lamelle Rovere Chevron retails at Hafary, 105 Eunos Avenue 3. Visit www.hafary.com.sg.…

1 min.
exhibition of the month

Suddenly Turning Visible WHAT Suddenly turning visible: art and architecture in Southeast Asia (1969 – 1989) WHEN Now until March 15 WHERE National Gallery Singapore Against a backdrop of rapid urban development in Southeast Asia during the late 1960s to 1990s, not only did art evolve to adopt experimental forms, but it even formed new alliances with architecture. The exhibition looks at art’s development in Singapore, Manila and Bangkok under the influence of three prominent art institutions: Alpha Gallery, Cultural Center of the Philippines, Bhirasri Institute of Modern Art.…