| by stylist marcus hay | Hello! Here’s some happy hues for you. | from residence magazine # 11 – 2011 | I find all of these schemes & styles very appealing and nice, especielly on a November day… | from vårt nya hem 11-2011 | Gorgeous colour combos. The wall colour (above ) is [...]
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Today I came across Alcro‘s brand new paint collection and Graham & Green‘s Autumn 2011 Catalogue. The themes were so similar it must be honored a post: Greys & beiges! These are pics from Alcro’s ad.natur paint collection. It’s inspired by something that makes us humans feel good: nature. Claiming that neither whites nor bright [...]
Source: kurbits.nu Source: Veranda Source: etsy.com Hello rust and bye bye Summer, please see you soon. Btw, have you read this travel review of Stockholm?
This weekend has held the Autumn 2011 Formex Fair. As always with these fairs – and maybe with this one in particular – there is much ado about nothing. Of what makes this event, fresh ideas & insights, trends and innovations are extremely small parts. Actually, you almost only find it in the marketing material! [...]
Dearest readers. I hope you enjoyed Henen’s House Tour! Judging from your response through comments & emails it was a real treat. Thanks Henen! And she’s got many more rooms in her house, so there’s more where that came from! Also, although I only got three rooms and a kitchen, I’ve done some new things [...]
ag rugs have gone from being a standard element in (at least Swedish) homes, to almost oblivion, to newly awakened wide popularity. Just have a peek though our rag rug tag, there’s quite a lot of fresh decor scenes with this feature. Like well, our hallway! ;) Of course, rag rugs are right on target [...]
The Stockholm Formex Fair is the largest trade fair for Nordic interior design, and we have a tradition of tracking their statements on future home decor trends. Before each season’s fair, Formex pronounce their trend predictions, and the current season (SS2011) was given the trend theme Glorious Mix. This season was the first I didn’t [...]