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Moving into a new home is always an exciting adventure, and I was thrilled when I moved from Vienna’s 9th district to the 18th district last year in June. One of the best things about moving was the opportunity to redecorate my new home.
I opted to decorate my home using all-natural colors such as beige, brown, black and gold accents. These colors brought a sense of warmth and coziness to the space. It was important for me to create a home that felt welcoming while maintaining a stylish and modern appeal.
One of the main highlights of my new home was the custom designed bookshelf that was created for me. It was a large 5 meter long, 4 and 3.5 meters high bookshelf that gave me space to display my book collection alongside other decorative items. It blended in seamlessly with the rest of my furniture which was a mix of new modern pieces and antique ones.
For the bathroom, I decided to create a minimalist, hotel-like look with clean lines and bright colors. I chose a neutral color palette of beige and white, which made the space look elegant and timeless.
My home office and bedroom were designed with similar color palettes of brown, beige, black and green. I chose a rattan headboard and natural materials of black wood, which complemented the modern furniture. The antique mirror added a vintage appeal to space, and the newly added art piece by Elizabeth Ortiz gave it a contemporary touch.
Overall, It has been truly gratifying to have moved into my new home, making it a place that I’m proud to call mine. I’ve learned that combining new and old pieces can create an interesting and unique atmosphere, and giving space for my personal items has made it truly feel like my own.
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Here are the home products I would by, if I would remodel my home again:
Photography (c) Tony Gigov
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