#stayhomecreative | Within four walls

#stayhomecreative | Within four walls

In order to make the forced rest caused by the coronavirus more bearable, we asked Hungarian designers to furnish their ideal quarantine homes according to their own taste. In our #stayhomecreative series, we present the drawings of creative people whom we follow on Instagram and whom you should follow, too!

Barbara Bakos | Instagram


Roland Bánrévi | Instagram


Renáta Biacsics (Renyagyár) | Instagram


Eszti Biró (Zugműhely) | Instagram


Panni Czikkely (Zugműhely)| Instagram


Bálint Halasi | Instagram


Jen Barbs | Instagram


Tamás Mayer (Zugműhely) | Instagram


Nikoletta Mihalik | Instagram


Nóra Tóth | Instagram


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