This is the work of Finnish stylist Laura Seppānen for Interface. I like the different living room looks she created in this studio setup and my favorite is the one with the blue sofa. Also, did you notice that our ‘Room with a view’ print was used in the last picture ?
Photography by Martti Järvi
Ever since we moved from Berlin into our Munich apartment, I felt like we needed a new coffee table that matched the living room in our new place. We have quite a large but narrow living room space and I have been looking for a coffee table that is not too big, but still comfortable to use for decoration items and coffee cups etc.
I teamed up with Connox to give our living room an updated look and picked out the Menu Turning table together with the Menu Carrie LED lamp. The LED light fits perfectly on the table but will also be used on our balcony to enjoy the last summer nights (which I hope we will still get a few of here in Munich). The oak wood of the Turning table gives a soft look to our living room and I’m very excited about the combination of functionalities. You can turn (hence the name Turning table of course) the top part of the table and reveal a storage area which is perfect for remotes, coasters and magazines. The Carrie lamp can be charged with a USB charger and lasts for eight hours with one charge, which is great for our balcony, where we don’t have a plug.
Connox is one of the leading online providers for design furniture and home accessories in Germany with a wide range of carefully selected pieces that can transform an interior. They offer classic pieces designed by Alvar Alto, Verner Panton and Arne Jacobsen next to the newer Scandinavian brands and novelties from rising designers. I like their wide selection of design products and every time I ordered something from them in the past, it arrived almost instantly, a great service. I suggest you have a look at their inspiration section as well to find ideas for your home.
The Ikea Livet Hemma website just published a tutorial for this cool DIY folding screen. I think this is such a great idea and totally in line with the rattan trend that is so popular at the moment.
Idea and styling by Pella Hedeby, assisted Alicia Sjöström by and photographed by Ragnar Ómarsson for Ikea Livet Hemma
This entire bedroom is decorated with very simple objects and the walls are all kept white. This is why the terracotta blanket stands out so much and adds character to this room. A good example of what a single object can do to the look of a space.
via Entrance Makleri
I like this classy kitchen with grey walls and marble counter tops combined with these cute leather drawer pulls. The big dining table with the black wishbone chairs matches this look perfectly and create a spacious and inviting area.
via Nest Fastighetsmakleri