Trendey has been awfully quiet lately..! I’m busy saving the world, and if not Henen decides on a sudden comeback, this slow is how it’ll stay a couple more months. To spice up the place a little, here’s some views from my favourite room. Firstly, note that I put my grey skirt on the Ge’-lamp. […]
Posts tagged "kilim"
ello dear readers! How are you these days of early summer ’11? I am busy, busy. busy…and you’ll some non-activeness here. But I will be back sporadically, I always am. In the meantime, a bedroom view – not for symbolizing what I’ll be up to ;) I won’t spend much time there, but I’ll be […]
Another project is finished! Some weeks ago I brought this traditional old ‘kitchen couch’ back with me after cleaning out Grandparents’ house. I figured a kitchen couch would do equally well in a bedroom. Unfortunately I have no before-pic, but it had its original pine look, was bit dirty, and was wearing some worn reddish […]
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 […]
This kitchen, featured by Sköna Hem, is similar to my idea of the dream kitchen. If you disregard the floor (I’d want either a nice tile floor or a rougher wood floor) and ignore the dining seating (I’d go for something similar to my previous post, added a sizeable kelim rug) – and – this […]
When in London Henen and her husband dragged us (willingly!) along to those delicious antiques shops and question kept nagging me: how come Stockholm don’t have places like these? With hand-picked designer goods, odd curiosities and hearty old furniture? Then by coincidence, I discovered vintage/antiques store Dusty Deco. Had to pay it a visit this […]
Rugs are a key feature in the trendy ethnic-boho-chic style. Kelims in particular. Left pic via Abigail Ahern blog, who suggests a mix of rugs – more than one rug in the same area. Rugs should then be of different sizes to avoid the room being cut (and boring). Ahern herself has a woolen zeebra […]