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Matter interiors are featured in some of the world’s most prestigious publications. See what the world is saying about the spaces we create.
Published: November 19, 2020
This season, we may not be able to come together as we have in years past, but we can come together in our hearts. We can still share the holiday spirit across the distances by exchanging gifts that bring joy and wonder. And we can fill our spaces with signature scents, cozy textiles, and small luxuries to add a festive touch to familiar surroundings.
Published: April 20, 2020
As we all settle into the realities of the last two months, perhaps we’re also starting to process what changes might become permanent. Certainly our Matter team has taken some much needed time to reflect, reset and re-prioritize. And this has led to a tidal wave of gratitude.
Published: March 16, 2020
At MATTER Planning & Design, every job is an inside job, where the design choices are based on executing the homeowner’s functional and stylistic desires within each and every square inch. The team approached the home remodel for MATTER founder and principal, Noelle Hernandez, with the same intentionality.
Published: December 11, 2019
Holidays are important. They reconnect us with people we love. And they remind us of what truly matters. Much like beautifully designed spaces, memorable gifts are deeply personal. They can be timeless, unexpected, fun or distinctive. Here are some unique and special gift ideas to delight and bring joy to the ones you love.
Published: October 18th, 2019
Colombia is a country of exceptional beauty. From the coffee plantations of the Zona Cafetera to the colorful streets of Cartagena’s Ciudad Vieja to the fashion scene in Medellin, this once violence-ridden country is now considered one of the top destinations for travelers.