Furniture by Habitat Improver - Furniture Restyle and Applied Arts seen at Private Residence, Loulé - Dress to Impress

Dress to Impress


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"Dress to Impress" Queen Anne sideboard restyled by Habitat Improver with fashion fabric découpage, Casamance wallpaper découpage, gold paint and new knobs. This antique sideboard just got dressed up with the perfect matching fashion fabric on the outside. The Paiony wallpaper from the Casamance Ceylan's collection used on the inside and outside border of this pieces deeply alives it. The golden accents were a client's premise to go with a living room decoration. Adding details that matter and make the difference is key to a quality upcycling. Finished with matt lacquer. All handmade. Commissioned work.

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Habitat Improver - Furniture Restyle and Applied Arts

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Every single restyling is handmade and bespoke, resulting in one-of-a-kind pieces with a story to tell, to be enjoyed for generations to come.

Habitat Improver is an atelier dedicated to furniture restyle and applied arts, founded in Lisbon by Architect Joana Diogo. It brings different materials and decorative techniques together, updating several crafts in a very innovative way. Ancient and traditional decorative techniques, exclusively manual, are revived and applied to pieces of furniture and other structures, adapting them to new uses and environments, in a creative and personalised fashion. Its remarkable versatility and eclectic visual approach allows the atelier to work with interior designers, private clients and also to produce one-of-a-kind pieces to sell.