Metal sculpture or design object, the lamp Oops! bring a touch of originality into your interior. This eye-catching lamp surprises by its line and fits into any style of decor for those who like to surprise!
Here’s more inspiration about half dipped and half painted decor, this time by the influence of Moroccan interior design style. A simple idea to create the Moroccan atmosphere is to use the handmade Havtorn dishes and pots of stoneware from IKEA. Use a few shades of ordinary wall paints, dipp pots and dishes [...]
Are you looking to add more color to your interior spaces? Painting your walls in two colors can be the perfect solution. Two-toned and half painted walls walls can refresh a scheme, add elegance to a room, or help alter the dimensional appearance of your space.
Dutch company Slowwood makes timeless, good quality furniture with raw elegance and a low impact to our planet. Their eco-friendly furniture is handmade with love and attention by local craftsmen in Netherland, using solid wood, 100% natural finishes and mineral ecological paint. Some colors take one week to dry! The slow aspect…
What’s better than combining your love of design & color with your love of food? French food designer Emilie de Griottes was recently commissioned by French culinary magazine Fricote to create a special feature for their latest issue. A genius idea that I would like to eat every day for breakfast!
The talented photographer Mary Beth Koeth from Texas spent the summer in Oslo for her semester abroad in photography studies. While she was here she lived in a fabulous summer home in Fjellstrand, just on the other side of the Oslo fjord.
Forest and nature are one of the most inspirational sources in home décor these days. That is one of the reasons why the stumps Årringene, which means growth rings, have become so popular. Årringene is a Norwegian collection created by Cathrine Glende and made from the forest at Krosser farm in Ås.
Hoof by Samuel Wilkinson is a new line of tables whose legs look as if they have done some time in a pencil sharpener. The sharpened legs of Wilkinson’s tables are unexpected not pencil-inspired. They have actually received their pointed design from horses.