This is some of my December Instagram pics. My favorite Instagram pics the last month consists of lots of beautiful Christmas inspiration, all simple and colorful Scandinavian Christmas décor. This is my last Christmas photo’s this year and I wish all Purodeco readers a happy New Year!
HAM screen prints captures unexpected moments from the contented lives of a pig, a horse and a rabbit on a range of thoughtfully crafted and 100% British made wares. HAM is the brainchild of East London based designer Jo Robinson.
HAM’s design aesthetic is defined by a striking minimalism; bold silhouettes against a crisp white background. On taking a closer look, you will find that there is much more at play, the subject of the designs is really very curious indeed. London based designer Jo Robinson captures the unexpected moments of a pig, horse and rabbit as they enjoy the seemingly banal pursuits of humans. It’s hard not to be drawn in by their peculiar behavior and intriguing stories. This playful subject matter provides a delightful contrast to the sharp minimalist aesthetic. Read More
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?