Understated, authentic, functional and timeless: Scandinavian influences have been gaining in popularity for quite some time. These days, it’s hard to imagine life without these influences from Denmark, Norway, Finland and other Scandinavian countries. Pure materials, calm colours and functional design above all: the plain interiors might look understated but in fact are simply bursting with character and authenticity. So how can you bring Nordic style into your own home? Read on and you’ll find out!
Overhauling your bathroom is quite a job, especially if you want to crack on and get things done yourself. To ensure that your renovation work goes as smoothly as possible, we have put together some step-by-step instructions to help you get started on your project.
With a pet around, a home instantly becomes a much livelier place to be. Playing, cuddling, romping about: what could be more fun? Still, your furry friend may have a little accident from time to time. No need to panic; there’s an easy solution! The only thing you need is a bucket, a mop and Quick-Step cleaning agent.
Glitter, glamour, elegance, style… You will find it all at the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Australia. And while you’re taking in the stunning designs, perhaps your eye will be drawn to the equally stunning floor? With Quick-Step as the official sponsor, there will be plenty of opportunities to admire the items chosen specifically for this world-famous event.
Jo and Karolien went for the big picture: they wanted to give their spacious attic a complete make-over. Thanks to Quick-Step interior decorating advice and the latest generation laminate flooring, they were able to transform the space into an “Impressive” master bedroom.
Choosing a new floor isn't easy. The supply is virtually infinite these days, and every type of flooring has its own pros and cons. Increasingly, people are choosing laminate flooring, which combines the authentic look of a natural floor with many practical advantages AND a great price.
Dark floors are very much in vogue. They add character and personality to your interior, and when combined in the right way, they can even make your room seem larger. However, beware: too many dark colours will have a gloomy, oppressive effect. It is therefore best to bear in mind the following tips.
We all want our home to exude a sense of luxury, but at times this may seem difficult and expensive to achieve. However, by making a few simple changes to your home, you can lift your spaces to a higher level in no time at all. If you want to give your home a generous, new appearance, the floor, your home’s basic layer, is the best place to start. How can you make the right choice and what do you do next?
Professional cyclist Iljo Keisse and his wife An-Sofie Zenner chose parquet flooring by Quick-Step when they renovated their house. ‘We wanted a look that not only gives a warm, natural impression, but feels that way too,’ says An-Sofie. Sustainability also played an important role in their choice.
In our Quick-Step hardwood collections you´re sure to find the perfect floor for your interior. But did you know that you can also process Quick-Step wood in other, more creative ways in your interior? We’ll give you a little inspiration with these 3 ideas!
Colour and the meaning behind it is very decisive for your interior. We’ve already explored red and yellow earlier, and this time we’ll be focusing on green. What effect will the colour have on your interior, and where in your home would the colour fit best?
Away with the superfluous! Minimalist interiors mean paring down to the bare essentials. This style shines in its simplicity and clears the space for peace and creativity. But how do you go about creating that minimalist interior? Start with these tips and discover your own stripped-down style of living!
There is nothing more relaxing than a walk in the woods. Nowadays, in our era of Exotic plants and floral prints provide you with your own personal oasis of green. Non-stop rain outside? Step in to your front door and leave that grey day behind: welcome to the jungle!big bustling cities, we are not only going back to nature but bringing it into our homes too.
Under the motto ‘less is more’, our interiors are stripped down to the bare minimum of components. After all, having a lot of stuff always makes for a chaotic look. Minimalism was born out of this premise, as a symbol of a more refined style of living. Living with less stuff and paring down to the essentials carries over to your interior.
The time when we all had a single houseplant standing by the window is long gone. From now on, desire for your own little patch of green will become an integral part of your interior. You can create a lively, refreshing jungle in your home in no time. Want to know the best news of all? The trend for botanical living is easy to apply. Even those without green fingers can get stuck in.