Beoplay has just recently released the M3 speaker, which was presented in these gorgeous press pictures. The speaker is designed by Danish designer Cecile Manz and combines perforated aluminium with a wool fabric from Kvadrat for a distinct aesthetic contrast.
I love this bright white living room and bedroom separated by white wing doors. All this white could easily look too clean and clinical, but by adding warm wooden furniture and fabric details in natural colors this home gets a very warm and inviting look.
I like the rose and mustard details that come back in every corner of this apartment. They give the space a soft, warm and fun look. I like the lowered wall that separates the kitchen and living room as well and the black dining chairs give a little bit more contrast to the dining area.
Even though I have seen it in so many inspirational interiors already, I’m still in love every time I see a petrol bedroom wall. Combined with these warm elements and crisp white sheets it gives the room a very cozy look.
Styling by Anna Lenskog Belfrage , photographed by Ragnar Ómarsson for Ikea Livet Hemma
Pella Hedeby styled this beautiful kitchen corner and I love the industrial touch, combined with the stainless steel, marble and wooden accents. For more info on the products, you can have a look on Pella’s blog.
Photography by Ragnar Ömarsson
This home has the most beautiful mouldings, fire places and turn of the century architectural details, which gives the interior a naturally chic and sophisticated vibe. These classic elements were combined very nicely with a clean and minimal kitchen and bathroom and a few new and classic design items for a perfectly balanced look. I like the kitchen island with the two black Calabash lamps and the lower dining table with the leather Wick chairs. The combination of these two worktop heights works very nicely.
via Fantastic Frank
Some very inviting Christmas settings coming from Ikea Livet Hemma these days. I like the subtile Christmas look of these images that focus more on the winter coziness rather then on large trees that are decorated with shiny decorations. This is my kind of Christmas decor.
Winter is coming closer and even though I’m not entirely in the Christmas mood yet, I’m looking forward to those cozy times and am making some small changes in our interior. We spend so much more time at home now that it got colder and darker and I’m embracing the cozy times spend at home reading, watching Netflix and baking (looking forward to making Christmas cookies soon, but I have kept it to pancakes for now).
I like the Nordic way of decorating for Christmas and preparing for winter. It’s a more subtile decor, neutral colors with a hint to Christmas, but focused on coziness. It’s a trend that’s very popular here in Germany now as well and I couldn’t be more happy about that.
I teamed up with Iittala to show you how I make small changes to my lifestyle and interior in the days leading up to Christmas. I like to bake and eat comfort food in the colder days and the presentation of food becomes so much more fun with the new Teema collection in dotted grey. The dots bring festivity to Kaj Franck’s classic tableware and originate from the substances in the colour glaze that won’t melt. They are randomly placed on the surface making every item dotted in an unique way. We use the white Teema dinnerware on a daily basis and these dotted ones are really nice to change things up when you have guests over.
The Alvar Aalto vase which was originally presented in 1939 is now available in a series of new variations, including bowls, a 220 mm tall vase and a rose gold bowl which is inspired by Alvar Aalto’s architecture, where copper handles and rails were essential details. The rose gold really stands out in the table setting and I love the mix with the grey ceramics and glass on the table.
In a cozy winter setting textiles are a must as well of course and I like the structured fabrics of the Iittala X Issey Miyake pillow cases in light and dark grey combined with other fabrics. The innovative pleating techniques of the pillows are intriguing and add a little bit of structure, which is especially nice when combined with soft textiles like linen and sheep skin. I love this cozy winter feeling that has been added to our interior and look forward to adding more subtile Christmas hints soon.
I like this minimal grey kitchen with white tiles going until the ceiling. The three black light bulbs and the exposed brick wall give this space a little bit of an industrial touch and the cork table adds a natural element.
via Alexander White
These press images from Broste Copenhagen are slowly bringing me in the Christmas mood and have me longing for cozy moments on the sofa with a hot chocolate.
First seen on Inredningshjalpen