A collection of specialized tools, the Indoor Gardening Project is an urban green thumb’s dream. Designed by the Norwegian design studio Anderssen & Voll for the Canadian store Mjölk, which pairs international designers with local artisans to create small homeware lines.
Anderssen & Voll’s Indoor Gardening products were realized with the help of an international team of designers and craftsmen. The glass was made by Gregor Herman; the metal work was done by Danish company Harnisch Lamps; the pots were hand-thrown by Canadian-Portuguese ceramist Filipa Pimentel; and the wood handles of the watering cans were made by Urban Product. Read More
Home tour – This fabulous Stockholm home is the home of interior stylist, fashion and props expert Saša Antić. What really makes this home are all the beautiful still lifes. He has collected so many interesting items and then artfully arranged them in a way that looks fab. Very inspiring!
Award winning designer, Lindsey Lang has joined forces with John Lewis to launch a new range of refreshingly stylish bath linen for the spring/summer 2015 collection.
The new Lindsey Lang Collection for John Lewis has a selection of two distinct patterns from Lindsey’s signature collection of wall and flooring tiles. They have transformed from cement, marble and granite into lush soft towels to pamper your bath. Lindsey’s careful selection of colours and weave techniques combine to reveal patterns which melt into harmonious bliss. Read More
It’s time to show a beautiful home from Spain here at Purodeco’s Blog Home Tour. Love the mood of this Madrid apartment filled with art and the perfect dose of vintage vibe. The whole apartment is crammed full of great ideas on how to combine beautiful art, great design with second hand purchases.
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!
The cheerful, sweet Hoptimists were originally designed by Danish cabinetmaker Hans Gustav Ehrenreich in 1968. In keeping with the spirit of the day, his figures were characterised by their bright colours and rounded shapes. Ehrenreich participated at several international exhibitions, receiving many honours for his craftsmanship both at home in Denmark and abroad. It all started with the famous Birdies, but by 1969 the girl Bimble, the boy Bumble and the frog Kvak were born. Since then, more figures have been added to the family, and today Bimble, Bumble, Birdie and Kvak represent the classics that started it all. Back then, the colours were red, yellow, orange and green, but today the happiness-inducing designs come in a wealth of colours. Bimble is recognisable by her smiling eyes, while Bumble’s eyes are attentive and inquisitive. Read More