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HAPEMAN HILL

Curating spaces in your home with the right mix of furnishings, accessories, art and objects.

Hapeman Hill is an online interior design service for projects large and small, mixing high and low. Our focus is finding affordable, artisanal products that are unique and make a statement. We curate, design and give you the tools to execute your space efficently and within your budget.

Collaborating closely with our customers, we create uncluttered but distinctive rooms that are as beautiful as they are liveable. Our style is grounded in a neutral palette and organic textures which are enhanced with touches of subtle colour, resulting in chic, elegant spaces designed for real life.

 

The only thing that is more exciting than creating, is doing it in collaboration.We have vast experience in aesthetic decision making which allows us to guide our customers through each step of the creative process.

 

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September 14, 2017

Anyone who has lived in Mexico is familiar with its crafts. They are inevitable. On the street, in markets, woven through peoples wardrobes and their homes. they can be kitschy and cartoonish, selling a stereotyped idea of Mexico and its culture to foreign visitors. They can also be exquisitely intricate and refined, achieved through skills passed down from generation to generation and a source of pride to the maker and his people.

In the past few years there has emerged in Mexico, and across the world, a slow craft movement which links local artisans to the global economy. It is only recently that the value of hand crafted goods has been re-discovered, creating an equality and interaction between craft and design. As well as aesthetic value, there is a social  aspect to this movement; the empowering and elevation of the artisans creates a consciousness that benefits the communities, which can then flourish.

When producing handicrafts, each piece is unique and irregular. These inconsist...

September 7, 2017

I have always loved family vacations. I know they are complicated, and exhausting...  but I treasure the increasingly rare opportunities to spend time with all the people I love most in the world, even if it is a given that some of it will be spent fighting. Each trip occupies a very special place in my memory - and as I probably have the worst memory in the world, that is really saying something.

One of my favorites was a road trip during the Christmas vacation of 2005 (or maybe 2006?...) I don't remember exactly how it happened, but believe that the trip was organized by my father, which is unusual. The entire family would drive from Mexico city to Michoacan, spend a day in Morelia, then a couple of nights in Patzcuaro before driving on to the Pacific coast for the remainder of the Holiday.

The trip was a complete success. There was something for everyone to enjoy in the places visited, the food was delicious and conflicts were kept to a minimum (we have been known, as a family, to rem...

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