Lifestyle, interior, design & feng shui

Category: Home & Interior

Simply and calm Scandinavian home

Home tour – Simply and calm Scandinavian home. The rooms in this Swedish home are airy, light and bright. Furnishings are modern design classics from the key names of Scandinavian design mixed with pretty antique and vintage pieces. Love the way of white, greys and the beauty of natural materials, especially wood, is celebrated in this home. It’s a home that’s in tune with today’s wish for calm, uncluttered spaces to live in!

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Summer interiors and feng shui

Nature is coming alive and the colours seem to intensify with each passing day. The colours in the summer interiors are like the nature; vibrant and intense. Bring the nature inside with summery colours if you want to celebrate this wonderful time of the year. If you need to cool down, use light and smooth pastels. In Norway we are not always used to enjoying warm summers so I prefer a mix of both!

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Purodeco’s feng shui website

I love sharing feng shui knowledge and wisdom. On my Norwegian feng shui website you’ll get a mix of feng shui & interior, based on my personal experience for my family and my work as a feng shui consultant. My intention with this site is to make feng shui easily understandable for all, without departing from the authentic feng shui fundamentals.

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FUNKY DORIS – MAGICAL RETRO CHARM

Funky Doris releases in collaboration with photographer Nina Ruud and stylist Per Olav Sølvberg these new beautiful photos. Funky Doris has allready an uncomplicated, warm and humorous style and the photographer and the stylist were given free rein in the process. I think the result is magical!

 

FUNKY DORIS - MAGICAL RETRO CHARM via Purodeco

 

Funky Doris is a young Norwegian brand, founded by Tove Trydal and Grethe Bjørk. Their collections are inspired by Scandinavian design from the 50 – 60 and 70’s.  Funky Doris philosophy is simple; they want us to surround ourselves with charming everyday products in long lasting qualities. They also want to be sure that they are taking proper account of the environmental and working conditions where their collections are made and have visited the factories in India. Funky Doris provides a range of wonderful mix of nostalgia, retro charm and humor. Read More

David Carlson for Mr Perswall

Mr Perswall has, since its foundation in 2006, encouraged creativity and playfulness by offering innovative wallpaper designs. As a way to continue that effort Mr Perswall decided to ask a few of the most interesting creative minds of today to design a wallpaper of their own. I adore this lovely collection by David Carlson, there is nothing more beautiful than botanicals and blooming roses!

 

David Carlson for Mr Perswall via Purodeco

 

Mr Perswall asked – what’s your story? And the designers replied, using wallpaper as their canvas. One of them was David Carlson, appointed as chief of design at WallVision (owner of Mr Perswall and several other brands) two years ago. With this beautiful blooming collection that literally grew from his rose garden in Falsterbo, he gives us the opportunity to surround ourselves with something deeply personal of his. Read More

Magna ceramic knife magnets

Magna ceramic knife magnets are one of Kähler’s new designs for your kitchen this autumn. Magna ceramic magnets will add charm to larger kitchens with clean lines, or underline the creativity and personal style of smaller, cosier kitchens. By mixing the delicate pastel shades you can create a stylish and subtle look in your kitchen. The knife magnets serves as a decorative purpose by themselves.

 

Magna ceramic knife magnets via Purodeco

 

With its elegant and functional magnetic knife holders, Magna, Kähler is launching yet another attractive kitchen utility item, and thereby continuing its more than 100-year-old tradition of innovative thinking in functional ceramic design.

 

Kähler Magna ceramic knife magnets via Purodeco

Kähler Magna ceramic knife magnets via Purodeco

The designers behind the Magna ceramic magnets, Mette Bache and Barbara Bendix Becker, explain the design philosophy: “The two basic materials, steel and clay, come together in Magna. The delicate, softshades of the magnets match the hard, shiny steel of the knives, and these soft and hard elementsproduce a beautiful combination of materials.”

 

Kähler Magna ceramic knife magnets via Purodeco

 

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