Alizia Collection Glass Mosaic

 

The company ALIZIA COLLECTION SRL was found in 2008 in Verona, Italy. Verona is one of the most beautiful and romantic cities in the world and home of Romeo and Juliet. Being a young company, “ALIZIA COLLECTION” promptly gained popularity among Italian, French and other European designers and architects. Due to the combination of modern design and creativity, with excellent quality and reasonable price, Alizia Collection became a well known European brand.

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Luxury Items to Buy – Because You’re Worth It!

Many people today are understandably budget-conscious, but sometimes it is nice to pamper ourselves, or a friend. One or two luxury items can make a home feel accomplished and luxurious. We do not need a house filled with expensive items, but just a few pieces to reward ourselves for working hard and taking pride in our home.

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Top Five Iconic Dining Chair Designs

Furniture designers rarely become as well-known as actors and actresses or the celebrities behind top selling fashion lines. However, their designs often accumulate popularity through the years, even after the designer has passed away. Some dining chairs have become icons, representing peaks in design history. These chairs are replicated by hundreds of companies each year, with originals selling for thousands of dollars at auction. Adding some of these iconic dining chairs to your home will add a touch of class that every guest will recognize when they enter. If you can`t afford the originals, a high quality reproduction will be just as good.

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2 Bar House in San Francisco Bay Area

San Francisco Bay Area

Feldman Architecture designed and completed a 2,120 square foot sustainable home in the San Francisco Bay Area. The house was specifically created for a couple with two children and mimics their lifestyle while incorporating green architecture. The house proves abundant of both indoor and outdoor space for various family activities. A lot of green materials were used as well as a concept the architects like to call “2 bar”. This concept floats a bedroom above and perpendicular to the living room, allowing more natural light to penetrate and fill both floors of the house.

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