This home, featured in Danish Boligmagasinet, is another variation of the popular ethno-eclectic, globetrotterish, style theme. In it’s base very Scandinavian, palish and raw, yet stylishly refreshed with the ethno-inspired textiles and details. Nice to see some pineapples again! I especially fancy the sofa corner. The bucket of flowers and the painting completes it.
Posts tagged "blonde wood"
Yesterday, I got myself a new chair. It’s called BOJNE and is irresistibly cute. It bears some similarities with the Wishbone chair, and most of all – thanks for the note! – it’s ‘inspired by’ Wegner’s Elbow chair. It gives me childhood memories. Think they had something like this in school, or maybe it was [...]
And trendy, according to the latest issue of Italian Bravacasa. And also according to the CEO of Swedish Fashion Council. Personally, I cherish the ecofriendliness and ‘just grab a tree and cut a slice’ attributes of the stump-trend. The usage sofar is however somewhat limited (examples below) but as always, creativity can make anything happen. [...]
I’ve been waiting for something interesting to show up in the interior design magazines. It’s been noticeable lull. Much of the same, nothing new really. Now finally, I found this inspiring look in Sköna Hem. It’s a Scandi+industrial+alpine+folklore+nature marriage of a winter cabin! Reeking trendy! Aside from the dualtrendy black walls + wood, which in [...]
| images via the portfolio of photographer trine thorsen |
Move over letters, it’s the numbers turn now… World globes are all over the place at the moment. And that’s great as far as I’m concerned. I’ve always liked globes - they’re decorative, fun and useful, and what a literal take on the global trend! :) I think globes are particularly nice in groups or in unusual [...]
| photo by Pia Ulin, styling by Lotta Agaton for the latest issue of Elle Interiör |
In his new book Let’s Decorate, the intrepid British interior designer Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen sets out his recommendations for how to best go about being your own interior designer. The place to start when designing a room, he advises, is with a cold glass of Chardonnay. This – my favourite tip in the book! – is [...]