Normann Copenhagen presents Plus and Cube. Plus and Cube are a series of minimalistic bed linen with a discreet feel. As an alternative to the usual flowery designs or the big and colorful graphic patterns seen on a lot of bed linen, the Plus and Cube bed linen consist of peacefully understated prints. Cube has a pattern of squares that gradually fade completely away. This gives the bed linen a discreet feel while still making a strong visual impression.
Designer Anne Lehmann, has created four beautifully minimalistic sets of bed linen for Normann Copenhagen. Plus and Cube are made of satin weaved cotton with a soft and smooth quality, making them incredibly comfortable to sleep in. Cube is available in an inviting mint and a cool, subdued blue and the simple graphical patterns and soft colors make the Cube bed linen ideal for most homes. Read More
Solid is a minimalist coffee table made from natural, solid materials that unite Scandinavian craftsmanship with the basic principles of Japanese architecture. The result is a timeless and sturdy coffee table with a simple design stripped of unnecessary details.
Solid table consists of a base of Nordic ash and a marble tabletop, and is simple and intuitive to assemble without the use of screws or glue. The parts lock together under the weight of the tabletop, forming a sturdy coffee table with a harmonious and luxurious look. Read More
Home tour to home stylist Susanna Vento, who painted all surfaces in her 61 square meter apartment all white and decorated with furniture’s, lamps, rugs and accessories exclusively in black and white. This allows more light and a spacious feeling and it is easy to add other colors. Susanna sticks to three or four hues in all rooms so the entire apartment is designed in the same style.
Visual Philosophy creates fun and beautiful prints and posters inspired by mid-century & Scandinavian design, typography and color. Make your room casual and brighten your day by adding these joyful and well-made retro style posters.
Visual Philosophy creates beautiful prints and posters inspired by mid-century and Scandinavian design, typography, color – anything that their magpie-like curiosity thinks would make an inspiring piece of art for an empty frame and a lonely wall! Read More
The COLORS collection from HOW ARE YOU is here! First out is the spring and summer colors. The whole idea of the gradient on the pillows comes from the color finish inside of their Plywood cabinet. HOW ARE YOU also work on to proceed the gradient on posters and rugs. The pillows are named after the color code of the beautiful colors which slightly fades to white.
The Stockholm based designer duo How Are You was founded in Tobias Johansson’s and Emelie Ronnebro’s brains almost 10 years ago, but it was not until 2011 How Are You saw the daylight. How Are You has already experienced great success and a lot of attention. How Are You has a philosophy that is very simple; they do this for fun and they only do things they really like. Read More