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.
Say hello to Nordmann Lounge chair by Hallo Oslo! The new Norwegian furniture brand Hallo Oslo makes an ambitious entre in the furniture market with the new chair Nordmann Lounge. Combining cosiness to a solid structure, Nordmann is a solid and friendly lounge chair – made for generations!
Kristine Bjaadal presented her brand new prototypes Hegne in Milan last week. Hegne is a container in turned wood with a ceramic dome lid. The dome has an oculus serving as a knob. Hegne is something in-between a product and an art object; a functional object made for use, but at the same time sculptural in its shape.
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!
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.
Chair No 14 has a perfect design for cafés, restaurants and residential dining where classic European style is desired. There is not much to say about these classic bentwood chairs, other than they are elegant and undeniably appropriate in almost any space!
Since 1859, when chair No 14 was first introduced, more than 80 million units have been sold all over the world. Its iconic shapes are created by six manually bent beech rods, two bolts and ten screws. Thanks to its low weight, attractive price and legendary strength, this chair quickly found its place in the cafes of Vienna, earning the nickname the “café chair”. Read More
The Baines & Fricker Fruit Crate Unit uses contemporary pops of colour and cool graphics to make a functional piece more fitting for the home. The low, slender Fruit Crate unit doesn’t take up a great deal of space and offers a lot of valuable storage space in the deep fruit crate drawers.
The drawers are also easily removed and transportable due to the slot crate handles. Each drawer is screen printed with the Baines & Fricker name in punchy lettering and the linoleum top is available in a range of colour choices. Fruit Crate Unit it’s a fresh and fun take on traditional home storage. Read More