Easter eggs from Royal Copenhagen Spring Collection

Easter eggs with butterflies, flowers and birds from Royal Copenhagen Spring Collection. Decorated in delicate colours on pure white porcelain, Royal Copenhagen Easter decorations are welcome signs of spring. The spring collection is inspired by Danish spring flowers…. Læs mere

Create a Spring wall with design letters

Create your own flower wall with small wild bouquets in the Flower Cups from DESIGN LETTERS & FRIENDS. Place them directly on the wall on cup up and give your home an instant spring feeling.

Ultramarine blue – glass colour of the year 2017

Ultramarine blue – Glass colour of the year 2017 fra Iittala. To celebrate the centenary of Finland’s independence 2017 Iittala has created a special edition collection themed around an ultramarine blue colour, elsket af Iittala fans over hele,en… Læs mere

Christmas candle 2016 Flowery Countdown

A romantic Christmas shines forth in this year’s Christmas candle from Normann Copenhagen. The illustration is constructed as a floral collage, with the Christmas rose as the enticing center of attention. The feminine and lively floral collage has… Læs mere

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.

Hjem tour - lejlighed i Manhattan

Hjem tour | 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. Lauren Moffatt’s casual approach to organizing her living space with found objects rather… Læs mere

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… Læs mere

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… Læs mere