Shamliza 2020

We are completing this year successfully with the project of equipping 67 student apartments and the tendency to introduce more news and projects during 2020, to which our dear followers / clients and friends will be notified subs...

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Shamliza interview with Mr. Edmund Seliger

Our host from REEDEXPO in Vienna for the Wohnen & Interieur Exhibition was Ms. Michelle Kreuzmann which has enabled us to understand more about the situation at the “Event”, but also some insights to the furniture market. Furt...

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FAKE ?! ORIGINAL!? RETRO!

FAKE OR ORIGINAL DESIGNER RETRO FURNITURE? NOW THERE IS ANOTHER CHOICE 15 years ago Chinese Furniture Factories purchased originals. Then dismantled them, with the intent to mass produce exact copies. The retro furniture world...

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ONLY 79.99 Euro VIENNA BELGRADE

Travel Book Shamliza - The Road often Traveled Traveling to the capital of Austria from which we have recently returned was one of those moments when we wondered whether our departure beyond the borders of Serbia worth it and w...

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Introduction to the basics

No rush when the furnishing interiors is in question   “A home should tell your story, what we live with, says something about us!“ Nate Berkus Furnishing, without a doubt requires a lot of dedication and attention. ...

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Afterparty: Belgrade Furniture Fair 2018

The gathering of Modern and high-quality Furniture It happened! At the Belgrade furniture fair, now there are some new candidates for modern high-quality furniture on the domestic and foreign markets have been preserved. Busine...

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His Majesty – Wood

Wood as the main seal of the interior Wood is one of the most precious materials in furniture manufacturing after the many years of experience from our designers/brands. Implementation of wooden elements in the interior is a sa...

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Is Belgrade the New Berlin?

No city makes you feel more like a New Yorker than Belgrade. In Belgrade, people don’t walk, they amble; lunch spans the course of 3 or 4 hours; and drinks are sipped, never knocked back. Despite the slow pace of life, there’s sti...

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