Danish Lyngby Porcelain just released their new collection and my favorite is their classic matt vase design with a drip effect in glossy porcelain in the same color. I think this updates this timeless piece in a playful and elegant way.
First seen on Inredningshjälpen
I shot this picture in my bedroom yesterday while I was cleaning this room (some of you might have already seen it on my Instagram). It’s still very cold here in Munich, but I feel like you can notice the light change in the afternoon a little. I hope spring isn’t too far away anymore and soon I can leave the windows open all day.
The Journey SHY1 lamp designed by Signe Hytte for &Tradition is a merge of two classic geometric shapes: the sphere and the rectangle. The round sphere makes you think about the moon and is dimmable and adjustable to every mood. This beautiful lamp comes both as a table lamp and a wall lamp and in different colors and materials.
Some shots I took this week around our home. The days are getting sunnier and lighter which I’m so excited about. I have been working a lot, but have been taking some nice breaks as well and enjoy taking them at home.
I didn’t get the chance to visit Stockholm during design week unfortunately but was able to follow it through Instagram stories of the people that went. If you follow the same people I follow you probably have seen these images already. This beautiful concept is called quite reflections and is a collaboration with Residence and Japanese interior designer Ariake.
The exhibition is created so the visitors can experience the pieces in a real environment, a home. The location (built in 1896) has the original architectural details intact and once was a private residence formerly belonging to the Mexican embassy. The handpicked items that are displayed go perfectly with the rough walls and create a magical combination of old, new, soft and rough.
Styling by Annaleena and photography, Andy Liffner