The July issue of SA Home Owner is packed with fabulous design ideas to inspire our readers to create luxurious homes. Here are a few – just to whet your appetite.

Read these articles in the July issue of SA Home Owneravailable to purchase at major retail outlets and online.

Alumwani Mutamani of MOTAMA Kitchens and Interiors: “We believe that luxury can be achieved in any space, weather small or large. We do not have a formula that we follow to achieve a luxurious look but at the same time we are firm believers that quality and luxury can never be separated, in fact they complement each other.”

MOTAMA Kitchens and Interiors

When not in use, appliances can be hidden behind folding or pocket doors that tuck neatly away when opened. “The feeling of ‘less is more’ is what everyone seems to be warming to in a big way,” says Schmidt Kitchens’ marketing team.

Schmidt Kitchens

Ronelle Badenhorst of Kohler (sub-Saharan region) says: “The quintessential hi-tech bathroom merges conventional bathroom activities with technology, but in a seamless and stylish way that enhances the user’s experience. It’s about transforming and personalising all the aspects of your bathroom experience either at the touch of button or through voice activation.”

Kohler

Haidee Kramer of Dreamweaver Studios: “Wallpaper can simulate a number of fabric textures, which adds character to a room that paint simply cannot accomplish.”

Dreamweaver Studios

Break away from traditional office norms by adding colour and modern design elements into the office space, suggests Alon Sachs, co-founder of Mobelli Furniture + Living. “We suggest adding colour through contemporary art and occasional furniture pieces – this way you will be able to update your office space more regularly,” he says.

Mobelli Furniture + Living