I look forward to the release of the new Ferm Living catalogue every half year and every single time I have trouble making a selection of images from their beautifully styled catalog for a blogpost (they are all so pretty). … Continue reading
Category Archives: Design
Danish design brand Kahler just released their Autumn and Winter collection and it’s a nice combination of deep greens and blue. I especially like the candle holder and vase combo in matt blue.
The new collection by Oslo based Northern Lighting looks just stunning in this all dark interior. The light fixtures and desk lamps have a silent presence and can fit into a wide range of interior styles. My favorite from this … Continue reading
I noticed these beautiful images styled by Tine Daring and photographed by Irina Boersma over on the A Merry Mishap blog and just had to share them with you here as well. I love these interesting objects combined together against … Continue reading
Danish design brand HAY designed a capsule collection for Ikea called Ypperlig and these are the first pictures of it. It will be coming out in October and I will certainly go have a look when it does. You can … Continue reading
The classic Stingray chair designed by Thomas Pedersen for Fredericia is now available in two new editions, matt white and matt dark grey. The chair merges a rocking chair and a footstool, as you can use it in countless upright … Continue reading
&Tradition released these new press images from their collection and I love the color an texture combination that they used. Their fabric furniture pieces add a certain softness and sophistication to this interior that has an industrial look.
Ikea released a new modular shelving system made out of bamboo and for the occasion Pella Hedeby made her own stylish version of the system. I like the setup that is made around the bed including a desk. Perfect for … Continue reading
Carl Hansen & Søn is reintroducing its CH23 chair – one of the five pieces of furniture designed by Hans J. Wegner exclusively for the brand in 1950. Found via Stilinspiration
Swedish design firm Afteroom designed a sideboard for Reform. The straight lines of the cabinet allow this piece to fit in every interior and adds an interesting texture at the same time.