Tips & Tricks

Raffi walldeco – DIY Royals

Raffi walldeco – DIY Royals

Walls and ceilings offer plenty of space for adding new characteristics to a room. Decorative mouldings, beautiful paint colours or striking wallpapers are a quick and easy way to design walls creatively to great effect. This change doesn’t have to wait until the next rainy weekend or your first day off from work. A few simple steps is all it takes to change more than just the room’s image. Each piece of moulding is a piece of art – and also releases the artist in you.

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Tips & Tricks

A brief introduction to relaxed living

A contemporary, relaxing home interior does not necessarily mean cool and purist but relies on clearly defined, simple and individual design elements, from walls and floors to furniture and decorative touches. What is important is to create a calm basic style concept for the room right from the beginning. Everyday life demands more than enough complexity from us; it is therefore perfectly alright to have a relaxing and simple home life.

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This refers to fabrics and materials with a purposeful, sleek character, to unfussy shapes and a bare minimum of decorative elements. Avoid anything distracting or concealing; anything that hints at something beautiful or enhances the ambience is welcome. Such as, for example, the “rose black and white” wallpaper from the Raffi collection. A contemporary homage to the beauty of the rose yet also a fitting background for a beautifully designed chair. read more…
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Fresh paint! Easy, quick and beautiful: Raffi paint’s got talent

Fresh paint! Easy, quick and beautiful: Raffi paint’s got talent

You want to transform Grandma’s favourite armchair into something completely new – or simply give your living room a new coat of paint?

You need:

  • Raffi wall paint in the colours and structures you choose
  • Raffi undercoat
  • Raffi masking tape
  • Raffi paint roller and/or universal paintbrush
  • Sandpaper
  • Wire brush
  • Mould remover if necessary

How it’s done:
before you start painting, all surfaces must be thoroughly cleaned and if necessary repaired. Surface dirt can easily be removed using a damp cloth. read more…