intOndo Magazine

Closet and personality

With a little more conscience and a little less ease, we are back to packing for trips or weekends out of town. Let's find out together what our post-COVID-19 closet looks like and get some insight into our personality.

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A wall decor guide

You found a work of art that would be perfect for your home, but you don't know where and how to hang it? Discover the best curatorial approach with these few rules on how to hang your paintings and decorative pieces.

5 tips from the Theory of color

Some ideas have an extremely practical and tangible application, among them the theory of colours which has a centuries-old history. Art meets science in the study of colors which was first translated by Isaac Newton (1642-1727) into the color disk scheme, then investigated and theorized by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749-1832) and more recently defined by Johannes Itten (1888-1967), one of the first Bauhaus professors. Find here our 5 basic tips on how to use it.

DYI: 5 tips for a home lifting

Making photo albums, calling friends you haven't heard from in a lifetime and trying a new recipe in the kitchen are some of today’s popular activities. And, we shall add, that these are good times to take care of small projects for your house. There is no better occasion to devote yourself to these activities and get a little satisfaction from your "do it yourself" interior design.

A guide to online cultural resources

Day after day hundreds of cultural initiatives are launched on the web to replace exhibitions, conferences and trade shows suppressed or postponed to avoid the spread of Covid-19. From activities for children to performing arts events and interviews with artists, designers and curators, let's discover together the best of the online cultural offer.

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Are you wishing to be somewhere else? Find a green project

We bet that right now most of you are dying to be somewhere else. Because of our resilient nature, we offer you a solution that is an entertainment, an aesthetic upgrade for your home and educational as well: investe some of your time to build a new green area in the house, on the balcony, on the terrace or in the garden.

Create the ideal home office with these 5 tips

intOndo suggests you how to be productive at home without putting your physical and mental well-being at risk. By following these five simple steps you can make the most of your home space and use your time wisely.

Back to books, in and out of the home

Books are our personal treasure and we shall not underestimate them: they are a resource from all points of view and as much as they can enlighten our minds, so they make an impact on our home decor.

Patterns, vintage furniture and lots of color

For those who have a retro soul, combining vintage furniture with wallpaper and fabric geometrical patterns is now a big trend. In addition, new motifs are proposed by contemporary wallpaper brands, deeply inspired by the patterns appearing on vintage collectible fabrics and furnishings.

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Vintage shines at midnight

On cold winter evenings, the house lights up with shimmering and warming details. From the sumptuous atmospheres inspired by the roaring '20s of The Great Gatsby, to the sophisticated design of the '70s, glamor is the watchword. Green light for gold, silver, brass and colored glass!

Wandering around designer cafés

More and more major fashion brands are associated with cafes and restaurants today. When you visit these unique food destinations, meals, pastries and cocktails get out of the kitchen as if they were in a haute couture runway. Every detail is curated with style and elegance for an unforgettable experience. Let's get to know some of these fashion designer's bars and restaurants.

Design at the dining table

Do you ever think that every thing that surrounds us is designed by someone? And do you know which are the objects that over time have caught designers' attention more than others? Crockery, plates, cutlery and glasses. Because look matters even more when we are seating around a table.