Working From Home

Working From Home


As more of us start working from home, it’s important to find the right balance of comfort and productivity at your home office. One of the most important pieces in your office that will help your concentration and work productivity is your office chair.

Many people don’t realize how important it is to sit in a proper head to toe supported chair. Stressless chairs are a great example of a proper supporting chair. The back of the Stressless chair is made in a way so that you never lose support in your head, neck and back while working or even just lounging; due to the fact that the back of the chair will always follow you back.

Stressless chairs will provide you with the proper lumber and pelvic support which will help your back muscles be less stressed. Working everyday for hours can be hard, Stressless can make your work day easier and more enjoyable!


Written By Yuval Elbaum
Design Specialist at Decorium
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Feel Afresh with New Comfort

Our home is becoming more and more important place for everyone.

We all want to find peace, comfort and beauty in our space, since we are spending more and more time at home.

No big changes required to make some fresh feeling and attitude.

New small accessories like new lamp shades or toss cushions will brighten the room in an instant.

A new small rug for the family room will freshen it up right away.

Whatever the times bring, our home is our castle and we can always make it new by adding small pieces.

Even fresh cut flowers will make the day bright.

Fall is  a beautiful season!


Written By Alla Wolfson
Design Specialist at Decorium
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How to Make Your Home Feel “Homey”

With everything that’s happening around us at this moment, all the things we used to do outside, such as work, eat, and play, we’re now having – and choosing – to do inside our homes.  That’s why it’s become increasingly important for all of us to create a home that’s comforting and ‘Homey’.

Here are some tips to help you make your home a place you love spending time in:

  • Personalize your home by adding collectables from past travels and create a gallery wall to display your favourite family photos.
  • Have a welcoming doormat or bench at your entrance to greet you and your guests.
  • Add texture and colour with tons of throws and toss pillows scattered on sofas, chairs, and even on your bed.
  • Brighten your walls with artwork.
  • Cushion your floors with area rugs that look and feel cozy.
  • Incorporate a variety of different lighting fixtures such as table lamps, floor lamps, and chandeliers.
  • Use bookcases and shelves to display all your treasures and to hide any clutter.
  • Bring the outside with natural or artificial plants for a touch of greenery.
  • Use pouffs or ottomans for extra seating.

Although the idea of what makes a home feel ‘Homey’ can mean different things to each one of us, it’s all about adding personal touches and decorative elements that will make your home enjoyable and inviting to both you and your guests.

Written By Beatrice Espinola
Design Specialist at Decorium
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Splash of Colour

Splash of bright color can make a huge difference in any room of your home.

Sometimes there’s no need to drastically change your entire decor. Just by adding or swapping some small accessories, you can adjust and enhance the atmosphere in an instant!

Add a couple of bright colored toss cushions to your sofa’s family room.

A new bright throw in the living room will bring the whole room alive!

Maybe new lamp shades in your bedroom, or a nice colorful bouquet of flowers on the kitchen counter?

After being locked up at home for a while, we all need some colorful pieces in our surroundings.

Back to a new bright colorful life!

Written By Alla Wolfson
Design Specialist at Decorium
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Less is More

The minimalist design trend is all about less is more. A curated room is relaxing as opposed to a cluttered room.  The monochromatic minimalist approach to interior design is my favourite. Minimalism is associated with simplicity, neutral colour palettes and clean lines.

Here are six tips for styling a minimalist room

1. Soft subdued colours, because it’s clean, fresh looking and creates a sense of calm.

2. Texture adds a comfort factor to the room for example, a Velvet chair or pillow.

3. Invest in stylish storage, like an accent chest or a storage ottoman.

4. Think multi purpose: add nesting tables to a living room or a bench for extra seating.

5. Accessorize using a sleek floor lamp instead of a heavy lamp on a side table.

6. Incorporate natural elements: place a potted palm tree in an empty corner to brighten up a space.

To summarize the steps to create a minimalist room:

Keep it simple, use a soft colours, declutter and have less stuff with more interest.

When done well, minimalist design can be beautiful, warm, rich and inviting.

Written By Ellen Zworth
Design Specialist at Decorium
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Fall Ready

Besides taking out the long johns and sweaters, there’s another way to get your home ready for fall.

The season is here, bringing bringing the party back inside, so you’re going to want to make your home cozy and welcoming.

Make the family room a little warmer with a plush sectional, where the everyone can enjoy the comfort; in style.


Written By Raffaele Martino
Design Specialist at Decorium
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Calm before the storm

With all the time we’ve been spending at home, once again we’ve realized that our home is “our castle”.

During the unprecedented times, we all have been comforted by our families and the place we live in.

Now is the time to start a new chapter, freshen up our decor, and prepare to make a cozy space.

As always, you don’t need a drastic change.

Some add-ins, like small accessories, a new coffee table or even table lamps can make a big difference.

New chapter, new beginning! It’s time to enhance the place you love and feel safe in!

Article Written by: Alla Wolfson

Design Specialist at Decorium
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Mixing Patterns in Your Home’s Decor

Combining patterns in your home’s decor is fun and can lead to interesting and fresh interiors.

To make it easy, there are some rules that you can follow to keep your space from looking too busy and overwhelming:

  1. Keep your background or main furniture pieces neutral – this will provide balance and an area for the eyes to rest.
  2. Choose your main colour pallette for the room and introduce varying patterns repeated in those colours.
  3. Choose colours that work well together such as turquiose, blue, and green.
  4. Try sticking to 3 different patterns in varying scales to begin with, such as narrow stripes, midsize geometrics, and bold florals.
  5. Look beyond just fabrics to introduce patterns, such as a bold patterned wallpaper or area rug.

Yes, the idea of mixing patterns can seem like a challenging project, but it can also be lots of fun! It’s a great way to express your creativity and will add an effortlessly stylish look to any room in your home!


Article Written By: Beatrice Espinola
Design Specialist at Decorium
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IMG chair

The IMG chair is such a comfortable chair to have. The eclectic design fits with a variety of home decor styles and effortlessly adds comfort to any space.

With hundreds of colours and leather styles to choose from, you can make it your own and make sitting with you favorite book just a little more enjoyable.

Article Written By: Raffaele Martino 
Design Specialist at Decorium
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House plants

House plants add character and texture to any room and are a great way to fill the empty areas in your house.

Adding a pop of greenery creates a calming ambiance, positive vibes, and provides the natural bonus of purifying the air.

They can be the cheapest home decoration that can transform your space. House plants add life and colour to any room all year long.

For a visual impact, mix and match different varieties of plants, and finish it off with a stylish planter. Your space is your sanctuary.

Article Written By: Renata Bila

Design Specialist at Decorium
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