I had a sneak peak of the new Ferm Living collection while at IMM Cologne on Monday and fell in love with their stand and the new items. The styled images of the new collection look on point like always and they went for a darker, less colourful palette this time, while still keeping within their beautiful muted color palette which they are so known for. My favourite item from the new collection is the Flying shelf (in the last picture) with it’s geometric shapes.
Wether it’s a chair, a cabinet, a stool or a pedestal, we need something next to our bedside to keep essentials. These are my ten favorite stylish bedside table solutions, which I find very inspiring.
The new collection from Muuto mixes pastels with natural materials like wood, leather and brass. The images from the new collection are amazing I think and show the new designs really well. My favorite from the new collection is the Mimic mirror design by Normal Studio.
This home has very beautiful architectural details like the rounded windows and the old panel doors. It’s the combination of old and new interesting interior accessories however that makes this look unique. I love the black accent wall in the kitchen and the many vintage details that are mixes up with graphic textiles and home objects in natural colors.
via Historiska Hem
This is the beautiful studio of Norwegian kitchen front company Ask Og Eng photographed by Studio Avenue. The space combines concrete flooring with white painted brick walls and the soft look of the bamboo fronts, a great look. I love the grey mineral wall as a backdrop for the kitchen as well.
First seen on My Scandinavian Home blog
The TR Bulb designed by Tim Rundle for Menu is a clever solution for modern city living, inspired by the way people are increasingly becoming urban nomads, moving between cities and countries to pursue careers and life experiences. The TR Bulb is designed to be taken from apartment to apartment – installed by simply screwing it into the pendant sockets hanging in ceiling, no electrical expertise required.
This beautiful and calm all grey home looks cozy and stylish. Items like the wooden chairs and cutting boards in the kitchen and the red flowers in the living room and bedroom really pop out against all this grey. I think the round white dining table in the kitchen looks especially inviting as well. I can already see myself having my morning coffee there.
The Gjøvik House designed by Norm Architects is located an hour north of Oslo on a majestic hill side facing the Norwegian woods. It’s a modern and minimal cluster house that consists of overlapping cubes of different sizes, which makes for an intimate and dynamic family home. The place was designed in a modern and minimal way, but with warm and cozy materials. I think the combination of the wood panels with the concrete flooring and walls works especially well in this home.
I was so inspired by this doorway in this home shared on the Residence blog. The cabinets and shelves are built around the door, which I find very beautiful. They shelves are the perfect place for decorations and essential items.
I like the mixture of these mint green cabinet doors combined with the wooden fishbone flooring and the natural stone as a kitchen backsplash and surface. The kitchen is spread over the entire wall, but the cabinets above the cooking area are less deep, creating a niche for this area.
via Historiska Hem