I love reading a good book or magazine before I go to bed and for a while now I was looking for a suitable reading lamp that I can direct towards me and that looks great in our bedroom. The DCW Éditions Lampe Gras N411, available at Flinders checks all of these boxes and I couldn’t be happier with how it looks like in our bedroom. The lamp adds a graphic touch to the grey, beige and natural color setting I decorated this room with and I like the black lines against the white walls.
The N411 lamp, designed by Bernard-Albin Gras can be adjusted in many different angles, so that it is always looking over your shoulder while you are reading, knitting or doing any other creative project. The double elbow joint makes this a very practical lamp, but also adds a graphic line to the interior. By arranging the lamp to a different side, a totally different shape can be created, which makes it very versatile. Rearranging the lamp joints changes the look of the piece as well. I chose the all black version, but the lamp is available in five different finishes.
Almost the entire DCW range is available at Flinders (The classic mantis wall lamp is another one of my favorites), along with many other furniture and design pieces, both modern and classic. They have a showroom in Zaandam, the Netherlands, and online shops in Belgium, the Netherlands and Germany. Their mission is to make extraordinary interior products available for everyone and their beautifully curated product selection is definitly worth a look. The Flinders living inspiration section is inspiring as well and a great way to see the furniture in an stylish living setting.
I like this grey kitchen with the copper handles and the ceiling high white metro tiles. The marble worktop and the pendant lights finish this look very nicely and the Thonet bar chairs add a soft touch to all the grey.
via Fantastic Frank
When you say ‘pink bathroom tiles’ I immediately imagine a grandma bathroom. This design however integrates this look in a modern bathroom setting with black accent details, black grout and a glass panel for a new and interesting look.
First seen on Casa Vogue Brasil
I like the combination of the grey tints of the flooring and textiles in this bedroom, combined with the soft woods of the bed and furniture. The big canvas is a very interesting way of creating dept as well.
Styled by Pella Hedeby, photographed by Ragnar Omarsson for Elle Decoration