Decorate with warm wall colours who embrace the interior. This is a trend we have already seen a lot of over the past years. A soft sense of the 1970s, in combination with oriental elements and residents who loves to travel. Love these warm ton-in-ton shades in bold red and pink and the way it breaks up with yellow as an accent color. Read More
Home 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 than buying lots of expensive furniture and décor works perfectly. Every of these photos has something totally unexpected that caught my eye, yet the whole space feels totally cohesive.
Colour of the Year 2016 Ochre Gold is a gold inspired ocher color. It’s found in nature and connects history and prevailing trends in a natural way. The color is strong enough to attract attention on its own, but is also beautiful in combination with other shades as reminder of nature’s own palette.
This farm styled home in Brooklyn belongs to Children’s clothing designer Odette Williams. This beautiful home creates a rustic-meets-refined haven for her family of six. The home has after a huge renovation become a fresh and functional space with both contemporary and vintage elements. Read More
Reiko Kaneko Terracotta range are beautifully designed pieces which continue Reiko’s theme of pairing contemporary design with long standing traditional process. I like the purity of Reiko Kaneko’s designs and this new terracotta ceramics are like works of art!
Boho Chic in New York | The lovely Brooklyn home of author and journalist Julia Chaplin can be described as a mix of New York formality and West Coast bohemia. Located in historic Carroll Gardens, the two-story home is full of collected treasures and textiles. The stylish and unique home features a mix of contemporary and vintage furnishings carefully selected over the years.
Bugs and Beasts – the latest Edits Collection from Surface View. Following the beautiful botanic trend this season, all kinds of four legged, feathered, mighty and minuscule creatures have crept, crawled and fluttered on to wallpapers, fabrics and accessories this spring.
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.
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.
Home tour | Gorgeous apartment in Poland designed by Barbara and Remigiusz Biernaccy. The white walls and floors are paired with a unique blend of old and new. The use of a neutral color palette and the tiny surprising red details makes this home clean, bright and inspiring.
The furniture and home wares retailer Spence & Lyda were asked by the Crown Group to style one of their brand new penthouse on the top floor of their soon to open Viking by Crown in Waterloo, Sydney. Spence & Lyda have focused on bringing the outside world in to create the ultimate in luxury living in this stunning Sydney penthouse.
“When I first walked into the Sydney penthouse, I was drawn to the living room and the outdoor space,” says founder, Fiona Spence. “We were standing there as the sun went down and I was struck by the amazing quality of natural light. We worked with the apartment’s own elements to bring that light in.” Read More