Trace rug from Normann Copenhagen

New Trace rug from Normann Copenhagen, designed by Sarah Böttger & Hanna Emelie Ernsting. Trace is an untraditional quilted rug with new and modern look. Designed to make your floors a more inviting place! Read More

The New Moomin series Ancestor and Tooticki by Arabia

The new Moomin series Ancestor and Tooticki by Arabia are now available. Both sets are beautifully illustrated by Arabia artist Tove Slotte and they are inspired from the original book “Moominland Midwinter” by Tove Jansson. Read More

Interview about feng shui at{mine}

Let me engage in a bit of shameless self-promotion. I have recently been interviewed by the talented founders behind di{mine} – a delicate online community for home and design lovers. They asked me to give some Feng Shui tips for bedrooms and other details about Feng Shui and Conscious Living. You can read the interview di sini.

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Rumah tour - apartemen di Manhattan

Depan tur | I really like the accessible furnishings in this stylish apartment in Manhattan. Especially how old and new are mixed in a completely fresh and modern way. Pendekatan kasual lauren Moffatt untuk mengatur ruang hidup nya dengan benda yang ditemukan daripada membeli banyak furnitur mahal dan dekorasi bekerja sempurna. Setiap dari foto-foto ini memiliki sesuatu yang sama sekali tak terduga yang tertangkap mata saya, namun seluruh ruang merasa benar-benar kohesif.

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The Monstera plant trend

Plants in interiors are still growing strong in the interior design world and the Monstera plant is definitely the hottest plant on the market right now. No wonder because it is amazing! Read More

Iittala X Issey Miyake – pause for harmony in Oslo

Iittala X Issey Miyake is a collection of high quality ceramics, glass and home textiles that enable you to pause and enjoy the moment. The unique collection brings your home a new kind of harmony by combining Scandinavian and Asian craftsmanship and ambiance. Read More

Kay Bojesen at Drammen Museum

Kay Bojesen, the spirited Danish designer gave life to the iconic and famous wooden monkey. With his wonderful enthusiasm, Bojesen bubbled over with design ideas, with both high functionality and aesthetics. Drammen Museum in Norway, now celebrates his creativity and unique idiom, with the exhibition Kay Bojesen (1886 – 1958) – Danish Design for modern life! Read More

Colours and shapes of spring

Spring is approaching and we can finally leave the dark, muted colours of autumn behind and focus on brighter shades. The big trend colours this spring are pink and blue, ideally matched with the accent colour white. Be inspired by these fabulous styled images from Photowall to create the home you love!

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