Bollard Lamp by Shane Schneck for Menu

In these days the Danish brand Menu launches the innovative Bollard Lamp from the American designer, Shane Schneck. The colors and shapes of Bollard Lamp are soft and minimal. A cool lamp with varied adjustment and a cord allowing you to focus your lighting where need it.

 

Bollard Lamp by Shane Schneck for Menu via Purodeco

 

Shane Schneck is working from his studio – Office for Design – in Stockholm. The industrial designer and his team “work for people and companies who admire simplicity and innovation”. Shane Schneck strives to bridge the world of design and technology in a desire to challenge industry standards and discover new solutions to contemporary living. Bollard Lamp is a smart example of the approach in practice. The first perception of Bollard may appear like any other ordinary pendant but a cleverly designed clip and foot allows the lamp to perform in many situations. Suspended from the ceiling the lamp functions as a traditional light but clipping the cord into a side fastener it can work as a spot light. Read More

The Saddle Chair

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.

 

Saddle Chair via Purodeco

 

By separating the wooden elements from the upholstery, the Saddle Chair expresses the notion of rigid construction underpinning softness and comfort. Manufactured by Slåke a Norwegian furniture manufacturer, are intended to weather beautifully with age and use. The Saddle Chair made its debut at the 100% Norway Exhibition during the London Design Festival 2014. Read More

Relaxed and glamorous home in Sweden

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!

 

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Surface View launch Elements

This month Surface View launch Elements – a brand new edition of Edits, the recently introduced series that features exclusive home decor products including cushions, lampshades, wall charts and a limited selection of framed matt art prints.

 

Surface View launch Elements - a brand new edition of Edits

 

Surface View have teamed up with Texprint and home and apparel textile designer Sarah Campbell for this first Edits Collection of 2015. For over 40 years Texprint has supported textile graduates from our art schools by connecting them with industry; each year a selection of the most talented and outstanding students across the UK are introduced to the professional working world of textile design and production at major brands, with manufacturers and at studios. One of the great opportunities for the graduates this year has been to have their work translated into product with Surface View.

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Broste Copenhagen spring-summer collection

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.

 

Broste Copenhagen spring-summer collection 2015

 

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. Read More

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