Love the simplicity in these stunning photos by Line T. Klein. She is a Copenhagen-based acclaimed editorial photographer, specialized in food, lifestyle and portraits – Her style grazing a long list of bestselling books and popular magazines. Texture and light is her thing, and Lines signature aesthetics leave every client with a tangible, sensual take on Scandinavian cool.
This week Iittala & Fiskars Norway showcased this falls product news in their newly refurbished showroom in Oslo. Fiskars KitchenGarden designed by Petteri Masalin was one of the great news. Fiskars KitchenGarden fits perfect for the urban indoor garden trend we’ve seen so much of the past few years and is a must have for all herb lovers!
With new Fiskars KitchenGarden you can enjoy the smell and taste of home-grown herbs – all year round. Fiskars KitchenGarden™ is a stylishly designed indoor garden solution with LED lighting where spices and herbs are kept fresh and allowed to thrive in a perfectly controlled cultivation environment. Read More
I found this sixty century inspiration images via wtvonen. I really like this super cool styling with shiny embossed fabrics, ceramic table lamps on foot, walnut veneer sideboard, low armchairs with leather upholstery and the glamorous details. Would you like that typical retro, sixty century style in your home?
This post is long overdue. All my time has been spent with my family and Feng Shui studies lately. My mind has not been set on Purodeco blogging. Except for a few posts about Norwegian design of course. It has been a long happy summer with a lot’s of quality time with my sweeties, reading my Feng Shui books, lots of sun, fresh air and just relaxing. Ahead you will find a lots of good design, interior and a bit of Feng Shui here on Purodeco.
Here at purodeco there will be blog posts about timeless and enduring design and interior “with meaning”. I’m concerned we surround ourselves with too many things without necessarily be a minimalist. That’s why I study Feng Shui to learn how we are affected by everything that surrounds us at home. It includes all shapes and colors. Read More
It’s time for summer holiday and to take some time off from regular posting. This summer weeks I have plans to prioritize more time with my family and my extremely exciting Feng Shui studies. Meanwhile, I wish you many happy summer days, whether you’re on vacation or staycation. Enjoy these long and lazy summer holidays!
I’d like to take this opportunity to thank everyone who stops by to read my ramblings, thank you all! I started this blog for just one and a half year ago, and I’m very happy and surprised by the number of readers and followers! I will continue being active on flickr, pinterest, facebook and instagram during the summer holiday – And however, if some very interesting design news show up, it may come a tiny post or more 😉 So stay tuned! Read More