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Interior Garden Design Ideas

Interior Garden Design Ideas

Spring has well and truly sprung, and with summer right around the corner, many of us are looking for ways to give our homes, offices and other interior spaces a touch of the outdoors. Adding indoor plants in a variety of forms and decorative modes, at different levels and sizes, and with a creative outlook on vase and potting options, bestows a refreshed, calm atmosphere to an interior area. Using a trained professional like A K Interiors is a cost effective way of tapping into a wide knowledge based of innovative ideas. Ideas for a small-space, interior garden 1. The first, and most popular, interior garden design elements are mini indoor plants. Not only are these cute, and work well in numbers, but they are also relatively easy to maintain. You can put mini indoor plants just about anywhere in your house or office – from your bathroom, kitchen or bedroom, to your office desk or balcony: they bestow a hint of nature and the outdoors to any inside area. Mini plants are easy to acquire; they can usually be purchased from your local florist, hardware shop or sometimes, grocery or fruit and vegetables stores. It is also possible – though not as simple a process – to plant them yourself (this would be a great option for gardening aficionados). 2. Add dynamics to a bookshelf or square wall shelving in your office or study space with mini pot plants. For example, in square shelving units, break up spaces dense with books or paperwork by separating them with squares or shelves containing only a plant, or a plant positioned...
Spring 2015 Interior Design Trends

Spring 2015 Interior Design Trends

  Spring has well and truly sprung, and with the blossoming of flowers, the flourishing of leaves in all shades of green, the warmer air and lighter sprits also comes the torrent of new interior design trends. Spring 2015 is an exciting season for interior designer, with a vast range of new fabrics, textiles, colours and prints boasting their prime position in the most respected interior design magazines and websites. Of these, three-dimensional tiles, black and white accessories, geometric modelling for rug designs, blue and cobalt paint shads, and mid century style furniture reign supreme. At Amgad Kamel Interiors, we have fully grasped these new trends and interweaved them with our expertise and knowledge of interior design when planning and styling a home. Our ability to adapt trends to suit different houses, and rooms within these houses, the desires of our clients and our prior knowledge of what works and what doesn’t ensures a stunning result every time. By scrolling through the recent interior design works by Amgad Kamel Interiors on our portfolio (http://www.akinteriors.com.au/portfolio/) our keen attention to detail becomes very apparent. Every inch of every room is a part of a grander plan, and fits in seamlessly with the overall aesthetic. Current trends, such as the peppering of black and white accessories in the Hills House, or the use of grouped lighting in order to illuminate decorative paintings in Brighton House city pad, elucidates our devotion to styling your house in accordance with the latest fashions, ensuring its overall aesthetic is completely up-to-date. The possibilities of the house and current Spring interior design styles will be married, in...
Amgad Kamel Interiors’ Design Process

Amgad Kamel Interiors’ Design Process

At Amgad Kamel Interiors, we pride ourselves on providing our customers with a stress-free and seamlessly conducted interior design process. You will be able to relax with the sound knowledge you are in the hands of one of Sydney’s best interior designers. Client Brief / Consultation The whole process begins with a client brief and consultation. This specifically involves an onsite meeting, where we will discuss ideas and options. We will also ask you – the client – for your thoughts; we want to know what you are hoping to achieve and the aesthetic that you desire. By marrying your ideas with our expertise and understanding of space, style and creative intelligence, we can create transform even the most ordinary space into something truly stunning.   Design Concept & Proposed Ideas Following this, we move into the design concept and idea proposal stage. Here we will undergo a more in depth analysis of all of our proposed concepts and ideas. This includes the suggested finishes materials; we will provide an explanation of why we have opted for certain finishes and how we plan to implement them, as well as how it will compliment the client brief. We will also go over the space planning concepts and dissect them in a similar fashion. Concept Presentation & Client Approval The next step in our design process is the concept presentation and client approval. Here, the final proposal – including pricing images and moodboards outlining all of the materials that will be used – is presented to the client. Any related plans will also be presented at this stage. This is a collaborative...
Broughton House City Pad

Broughton House City Pad

This one bedroom apartment within iconic heritage early 1900 building in Sydney CBD speaks luxury, sophistication and bright vibrant masculine palette of contemporary interior. Bespoke finishes integrated the client’s extensive art collection and the wow impact brief resulting in a grand spacious living environment complementing original features of the apartment. Considerations The finished design aimed to deliver a contemporary interior that is decorative and a living environment that reflects the client life style and love of traveling and entertaining. The use of recycled floor covering, energy efficient lighting and upholstered wall panels contributed a healthy sustainable interior with long-term durability. The client extensive art collection by Bromley, Dickerson and David Boyd set the bar for a contemporary luxury interior with layers of elegance and sophistication. Bespoke furniture pieces were selected and designed to stand as individual pieces and to form a successful marriage with all other soft furnishing elements, textures and finishes. Amgad said,”In my opinion placing all these elements together has given the space a ‘no design’ period instead creating a design that can see contemporary today and in 20 years will still sit perfectly no matter how contemporary design will change.” Design The client brief of (wow) interiors reflecting luxury and bright vibrant interiors directed the design concept to place emphasis on each item placed in the space. The two bedrooms apartment was converted to a one-bedroom apartment creating a spacious inviting entry and a dining space joined with the living area. Open living space with perfect proportion to the ceiling height and the scale of the existing windows allowing a vast amount of natural light through...