The exotic country of Thailand is a piece of paradise for those who are looking for a sweet escape, away from the routine. Ideal for relaxing the mind and refreshing the body, the Naka Phuket resort, together with its beachfront properties, offer a unique holiday experience. The beautiful resort, settled in one of the most breathtaking tropical gardens, was designed by the architect, Duangrit Bunnag. Perceived as a stress-free area, the resort is worldwide known as an exclusive place, that puts value on privacy and discretion. Staggering views over the deep blue waters, smooth-silky sands, a fiery afterglow and an impeccable reputation create a particularly warm feeling. You have just landed on a piece of heaven: welcome.
Each villa has direct access to the sandy beaches. The properties are beautifully integrated with the nature: nothing is too edgy or sharp. The already impeccable surroundings are embellished with wide patios and lounge areas, ideal for sunbathing or relaxing. Long wooden decks offer mementos of inspiration while you overlook the emerald green – blue sapphire tranquil sea waves. The floor to ceiling windows allow you to dream with the eyes wide open, from the intimacy of your bedroom. This is the place where luxury and simplicity go hand in hand. Would you choose Phuket as your next holiday destination?
Bookcases are a lifesaver when it comes to living small. They come in all shapes, colors and sizes. Our picks are not only functional, they’re attractive. Some ways to use a bookcase creatively in a small apartment include. As a room divider, floating it in an area to split up the space. To house collections of items to clear clutter and give a room a design boost. As a home office, with a shelf set at a height of 28-30 inches to serve as a writing or laptop spot, plus a section for a printer. As an entry, breakfast, media or sofa table. As an armless sofa bookend instead of a side table.
Now you’re ready to give your small living space a personal touch. Adding some color, texture and interest to your basics will keep your apartment from looking like a furniture showroom. Layer textiles such as pillows and throws on your seating. Choose 20- or 22-inch-square pillows that can double as floor cushions. Add wall canvases and decor in bold tones. Finally, the right area rug will warm up your space while adding color and pattern. Below are some of our favorite accent pieces.