01. DCW éditions MANTIS BS2 wall lamp*, designed by Bernard Schottlander is my all time favorite bedside lamp, it ads some nice lines to a minimal bedroom look.
02. Ferm Living Ripple carafe*
03. Large mirror* simple in design, powerful in its curved shape
04. Ever since seeing this wall color in the Skagerak concept store in Copenhagen, I’m intrigued by Farrow and Ball’s Elephant’s breath color, perfect for a warm beige bedroom look.
05. One of my personal favorite candles*, a great warm accent color that is very affordable as well.
06. The Menu Androgyn side table* in beige
07. Pampas art print designed by myself
08. Beige cotton duvet cover from H&M Home*
09. Beige waffle throw from H&M Home*
10. Linen pillow cover in rust from H&M Home*
I really like this deep yet faded green color on the walls of this bedroom. It makes the vibe of this room slightly moody, yet very cozy and fresh in a way. The light floor, the white Ikea Besta cabinets and the white linen curtains* really stand out against the dark walls which is such a great effect.
The details really stand out in this look I think, look at the subtile decoration on the sideboard. I also really like the Mantis wall lamp designed by Bernard Schottlander* as a bedside lamp. I’m looking for a small yet contrasting lamp for my bedroom and think this might be such a great choice. The bed is covered with a mixture of a grey linen duvet* combined with linen pillow covers in deeper tints.
Styling by Nouvel Interior, photographed by Alen Cordic for Bjurfors
You might remember German design brand MYCS from when I showed you their customised black marble side table I had made for our bedroom a year ago. This piece is still one of my favorite pieces and has found a place in my living room in the new apartment as well (you can see it in this Instagram picture).
I was so excited to be giving my living room a spring update with some of their products and love how this new look has turned out. I selected a set of their coffee tables as the center of this look and customised them in different heights and wood tints. I picked out a walnut and oak finish for the tables, which matches very nicely with the natural warm tint of the flooring in my living room.
To match the coffee tables, I selected a series of throw pillows in different colors and materials. I went for a grey and green velvet pillow in different sizes combined with two neutral textiles that are different in texture. I’m in love with all the textures, materials and colors in this setup and think this is such a great way to give your space a little spruce up. Pillows are the easiest way to update a space without breaking the bank and adding just a small pop of color (like the green velvet in this case) can transform the look of a room immediately.
The coffee tables came flat packed, yet were super easy and quick to assemble and I love that they can be moved to other areas as a side table or bedside table. As you might know from previous posts, I like to move things around in my home and keep finding new arrangements so these versatile pieces come in very handy.
This blogpost was created in collaboration with MYCS, however all opinions are my own of course. If you would like to know more about the brand and their designs, go visit their website or have a look at their inspiration section to get ideas on how to customise your own home.
This is just sich a majestic and luxurious looking dining room isn’t it ? The combination of the black antique dining table, with the all black Gubi Beetle dining chairs* and the minimal white Kvist pendant light works so nicely and all that space around the table really brings the focus to the middle of the room.
I also like the bust on the window sill, which enhances this classy look even more and the large fiddle fig tree in the corner next to the window adds a touch of green in this otherwise neutral color palette.
Styling by Nouvel Interior, photographed by Alan Cordic for Bjurfors
As you might have noticed on my Instagram, I briefly visited Milan Design week in the beginning of this week. I enjoyed strolling around the city and was able to see so many inspiring things on my super short trip, but one day is just too short to visit everything the city has to offer isn’t it ?
One of the exhibitions that I missed while there is the ‘Formations’ installation designed by Note Design Studio in collaboration with Magis and Tarkett at the Circolo Filologico Milanese. I love the play between shapes and materials and think it would have been even more impressive in real life.
Get the look: Menu Afteroom bedside table* – HAY Slit coffee table* – Ikea Karlstad sofa (not sold anymore) with a Bemz linen cover* – HAY Turn on table lamp* – Woud Annular pendant light*– Skagerak Edge Vase*– white linen bedding from H&M Home* – Beige linen throw from H&M Home*
Another inspiring small living space where the bedroom is combined with the living room. Living in a studio does not mean you have to compromise on style and this little cozy room certainly proves this !
So how can you combine a bedroom and living room ? There is many ways of doing this of course, but a great way of doing this is to visually trick the eye into having two different areas. In this home they used a large area rug (I believe the one in the pictures is this one from Ikea but I’m not entirely sure) to separate the two areas and the art wall combined with the black shelving makes this division even more clear.
I’m in love with the plant wall in this cozy yet simple kitchen. The rest of the interior is very modest, but the simple wall shelving with all the greens transforms this corner into a very characterful space.
This is also a great way if you like to keep a lot of plants in the house but not all rooms have a lot of light. In my apartment for example, I don’t have any window sills in my living room, so hanging up a shelf like this could hold so many plants.
via Entrance Makleri