Fresh Taiwan the best of Taiwanese design at Tent London


Fresh Taiwan – the best of Taiwanese design at Tent London. Returning to Tent London after 2012’s inaugural pavilion sponsored and organized by the Ministry of Culture of Taiwan and Taiwan Design Center, Fresh Taiwan will present pieces by 12 of the country’s most innovative studios, showcasing its dedication to craftsmanship, culture and heritage through […]

Jurianne Matter pop up fish

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Sweet and whimsical pop up fish, found at Blomme who features gift and interior articles and other great stuff from the Netherlands. These graphic artworks pop up fish designed by Jurianne Matter appear understated, but see what happens when you take these few simple steps!     It is the same with all the paperwork […]

Home tour – Morocco Vintage

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Home tour this week goes to an eclectic space, marked with bright colors and the essence of the classic Moroccan decor at its most traditional. Hanging Lanterns that melt in the ample spaces, capping a classic decor, a set of tables and chairs tulip, but with the feeling of being in places far away. Mix […]

A taste of African interior

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I came across these exotic styled images with clear influences from African interior at Interior Magasinet. All the natural and rustic materials, beautiful textures, shapes and patterns in earth tones; don’t you just love this style with its tasteful and warm rhythm?     African decor is inspired by nature, wild animals, colorful fabrics, masks […]

Japan meets Scandinavia

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Japans design has many parallels with the design culture in Scandinavia and are highly related. Bright wood, pure lines and natural materials are some of the main elements for one of 2013 strongest trends. Both cultures share an obsession with functionality together with a deep respect for traditional craftsmanship.  



Since the Buddha of Suburbia collection has taken Mini Moderns east for inspiration, they couldn’t resist the appeal of traditional Indian dhurries. The 100% cotton dhurries are hand woven in Jaipur by a family associated with the craft since the 19th century. They combine contemporary graphic pattern with traditional craftsmanship – and they’ve sized them […]

Lipa by Kenyon Yeh for COOIMA

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Lipa side table by London-based designer Kenyon Yeh for COOIMA is made from one single sheet of laser-cut steel then simply bent to form the sturdy legs and surface. The beauty part is, there is no certain angle telling which side should be the front. Every angle of Lipa can be used as the front part […]

Jelly Mould Lights by Piers Saxby Candy Studio at Folklore

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Piers Saxby Candy is a Brighton based designer who specializes in traditional lighting with an architectural twist. He uses metalwork techniques to handcraft bespoke pieces. Folklore are excited to be working with Piers and stocking his Jelly Desk Lamp and Jelly Table Lamp.     Piers’ focus and approach is on the quality of materials […]

Home tour – apartment in Manhattan

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Home tour to Lauren Moffatt’s apartment in Manhattan.  I really like how accessible the furnishings are – and especially how old and new are juxtaposed 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. […]

Canevas Collection by Charlotte Lancelot for GAN

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Canevas Collection with colourful over-sized stitch detail from Spanish company Gandia Blasco’s by Belgium-based designer Charlotte Lancelot. Traditional handcrafts are transformed into everyday objects for contemporary homes. The charming Canevas collection shown at the London Design Festival consists of rugs, poufs and cushions in 100 % wool.     Charlotte Lancelot partnered with Gandia Blasco’s GAN […]

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