These cute and very optimistic guys and girls are called Hoptimists. They were designed by the Danish furniture designer Hans Gustav Ehrenreich. The Hoptimist symbolises the joy of life and their simple mission is just to make you smile. And they certainly succeed with just that!
Home tour | Scandinavian inspired home in Russia designed by INT2 Architecture. The home has an interesting mix and match of different interior styles, blending Scandinavian, industrial and eco-friendly in a beautiful and well-designed space. Especially a strong influence of Scandinavian style is present throughout the house, with pale shades, raw wood, small pops of colours and elegant furniture.
At the Gifts & Interior Trade Fair in Lillestrøm last week I fell in love with the beautiful Saddle Chair designed by Angell, Wyller & Aarseth. Combining a nest-like cosines to a solid structure, it’s is a modest and friendly chair. Named for the cushions, which hang over the arms like saddles, and which feature useful pockets for TV remotes, newspapers or tablets.
This Relaxed and glamorous home belongs to Swedish TV host, stylist and blogger Hanna Wessman. I love the beautiful color contrasts, unexpected placements and playfulness. This home has been shown many times around the Web, no wonder with such inspiring mix of spontaneity and elegance!
Broste Copenhagen spring-summer collection 2015 embraces candles, interior and home accessories – focusing on great Danish design that is affordable, stylish and considered. Pastel hues are a strong element running through the collection. Together with a palette of soft greys, these muted tones work in harmony with key seasonal shades such as frosty green, dusk blue, fungi, fragrant lilac and vibrant yellow to create a coherent and bright look that has a smell of Spring in the air; a look that is unmistakably Nordic.