My work is based on the idea that good design is timeless and serves the purpose of being fresh and surprising, but also practical. Inspiration is drawn from myriad sources, both past and present, and all projects feature a broad range of bespoke pieces. Creating a cosy space with close attention to detail while using second hand, vintage and upcycled materials have great importance to me. With an environmentally conscious approach, I deliver the best possible options to my clients based on their interest, lifestyle and personality.
As part of my real estate staging service, I furnish properties under development or already renovated from the best stores in the city and from my own inventory to maximize the appeal to future buyers and tenants. In addition to the furnishing objects, I also provide home decoration tools, plants and decor accessories. The service is inclusive of planning, delivery and photography.
Styling and decorations of apartments, restaurants and business premises, with unique objects and vintage accessories.
Complete, age-appropriate or creative renovation of used, antique and vintage furniture. Restoration of inventories due to depreciation with the help of excellent restorers.
Radnóti Miklós street
Creating the concept of the apartment on Radnoti Street proved to be an exciting challenge all the way through the interior design process. The owner's extensive art collection and maximalism all proved to be such grateful circumstances that were not only a source of continuous inspiration but also a starting point for interesting conversations. The mid-century modern style is the common language we spoke from the beginning. I knew that every piece in this space has significance and can only be included for a good reason. It was important to maintain an airy feeling and choose delicately designed furniture, which is always of prime importance in my work. The works of art were only placed in their final place during the furnishing process, so the colour tones had to be able to adapt to the collection in each room. The accessories already offered an excellent opportunity to coordinate the colours and a harmonious yet eclectic home was born, where I could move into at any time. Pieces were selected from the region and several Hungarian designers' works were primarily included such as the solid wood bed made by ReBirth Furniture, or the VUUV Works Lloyd bedside table, which we used as a side table in the hall. The bright blue geometric lamps in the kitchen were made by Lampalu.
As part of a very personal project, I designed the current space by overseeing the entire apartment renovation, breaking it down to the basics. The small kitchen became a bedroom, the hall turned into a huge, bright kitchen, which creates an island between the dining room and the living room space. Throughout the entire apartment, the emphasis is on red copper details, which echo in the visible pipes, fittings and windows as well. The classic, white walls provide an excellent background for the eclectic accessories. Thanks to the large windows, the main role is given to the garden's greenery and the street, which can be seen from every room of the apartment. Natural materials like wood, linen and rice paper further soften the mid-century modern interior. The numerous, bespoke furniture absorbs the chaos of everyday life and leaves room for recharge.
One of my early assignments was the re-imagining of the furnishing of an apartment in Pasarét, which still had items from previous generations, but also the individual tastes of the new resident. The goal was to create a colourful, modern, practical home by keeping the most important heirloom pieces. The colours are strengthened by the natural light present in each room and the use of often complementary shades. The owner's taste in music and fashion choices provided most of the inspiration, so the final concept unfolded from this, which uses the features of modernism and eclecticism, building on classical elements and creating a contrast with them. An important aspect was reuse, rationalization of costs and the design of living quarters adapted to the way of life, which gave the rooms a new, often dual, function. There was a work corner in the bedroom, a breakfast table in the kitchen, and the storage room became a wardrobe.