Minimalist, perfectly ordered interiors, popular on social media, are nothing more than a small fragment of someone's everyday life. In real (not so insta-friendly) life, every space has its flaws - such as dirty walls, unsightly cables, or clothes left on the floor in the morning rush. And even though you wouldn't get 1000 likes for a picture of the unfolded laundry, one thing is pretty sure: everyday home mess is something completely normal, and we shouldn't be ashamed of it.
Last year, we had to turn our homes into music rehearsal studios, gyms, schools, and home offices. Because of this unexpected change that has affected all of us, we began to see that good design should be something more than beautiful design. We learned to value multifunctionality, compactness, and smart use of space more than luxury and impeccable style.