Relaxing Garden Design Ideas



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ja hoor! inclusief die muur!

I wish there was a way for me to grab spring by the scruff of the neck and get it here sooner. Kind of reminds me of the time when my little granddaughter who has often been reminded that she had to be patient about thing told me "I'm being patient grandma." And at that time she was. :D

I love this home garden look looks so peaceful and relaxing

outdoor space

This garden structure in a deep green is ideal as an art studio, workshop, or home office.

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Popular posts of the year: •Patricia Tavares__Architect

Let’s we look back on the most popular posts from the beginning of the year.

Patricia is working 12 years with interior architecture & it’s something that she is enjoying to do.

On this project she worked on an apartment, for young couple of entrepreneurs in Rio de Janeiro.

6296728452_c0a289f169_z                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       A square table based on lacquer Breton comfortably accommodates eight people.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Chairs with detail sucupira lacquer sideboard and also of Breton.
Photo: Reinaldo Smoleanschi


Next to the mirror, a diptych of Clayton Assaf.
Photo: Reinaldo Smoleanschi


Finish the couch and carpet Avanti. The panel of the dining room is the Rome Mobili.
Photo: Reinaldo Smoleanschi

Architect: Patricia Tavares 

Interiors: Evandra Panych



OB-K Hello Evandra, give to us a description about: Evandra Interiors“.

Evanra:  Evandra Interiors is about casual living that is fun and elegant. I think the quirk and whimsical elements in my designs and my fearless approach to color come from my Brazilian background.

-What’s your philosophy about interior design?

-I’m firm believer that interior design is much more than creating a beautiful look. It’s about creating a quality of life. A space has to suit the needs of its occupants and reflect their personality.

-What’s your opinion, how our homes should be, so that everyone can feel comfortable?

-It should be filled with soft and durable textiles and have a no fuss-decor with some natural elements. In my experience, people seem to feel more comfortable in places that have some soft and natural elements where they can, of course, kick their feet up and relax.

-Your favorites materials, colors, that you love to use?

-My favorite materials are paint and fabrics. They can be an inexpensive and easy way to transform any room and furnishing. I love colour and at the moment I’m in love with chocolate brown and warm white combo – deliciously elegant.

-Which architects, designer –past or present- do you admire?

-There are several designers, architects, and artists that I admire and inspire me. Some are our favorite HGTV personalities, like Justin and Colin whose daring designs I admire, Debbie Travis and her amazing colour combinations, Sarah Richardson and her pattern combinations. I also love Jeanne Kopacz, Kelly Deck, and Brazilian artist Beatriz Milhazes (she is amazing!).

-A dream of you?

-My daring dream is to get more customers in Brazil and open my own store to sell some of my own designs in Canada and/or Brazil.

-What’s your first thought when you are hearing: Greece?

-The first image that comes in my mind when I think of Greece is white buildings against blue sky, and then Parthenon, of course, and Greek mythologies. I studied classic Greek literature at University years ago – it was one my favorite topics!



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The project was about creating colorful outdoor living. It was inspired by the colour Tangerine (the colour of the year in 2012). It’s about enlivening outdoor spaces with bold accessories while everything else is kept neutral. Be brave – Be bold!

The plan featured in a major local magazine *East Coast Living*.

Evandra Panych

Links: site – twitter


***Wonderful project.! I really like the placement of furniture, combination and selection of vibrant colors.!

Thank you Evandra!



House by Gisele Taranto ~II~

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