Blue and green is the dominant colour palette throughout our home, but vary how we use the colors from room to room to keep it interesting. In some rooms we use the colours on the walls or as you see here; the colours appear as an accent color in the details.
Today, I am featuring the home of the Parisian interior designer Cecile Figuette. She lives in an old Parisian workshop converted into a loft, bathed in light. She did a fabulous job decorating her beautiful and charming apartment in Paris. The style is eclectic bohemian with lots of antiques mixed with beautiful design pieces. And all these plants, a kind of a mini trendy urban jungle. It’s simple and personal – I really love this kind of universe! Read More
One Must Dash is the brainchild of Swedish design duo, Anki Josefsson and Anneli Sandström, a copyrighter and graphic designer respectively. As their company name suggests, One Must Dash create interior accessories imbued with wit and joyful frivolity that aim to raise a smile. Their collection of art prints, bags, tea towels and cards are playfully bold and brazen in a predominantly monochromatic palette.
Tent London is one of the largest design trade shows taking place during the London Design Festival each September. In its 12th year, 100% Norway will bring the best of contemporary Norwegian interior and product design to London. Here are a selection of Norway’s contribution this year.
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!