2018 - October

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The beauty of Concrete

Recently, two new beautiful concrete trays found their place in our home. The trays are from The concrete project, a team of two young talented greek artists, Vassiliki Filipou and Nikos Asproulis who have found their way, successfully, to industrial design. The great thing about their concrete products is that they have the philosophy of sculptural…

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Creamy and grey Nordic vibes in a danish apartment.

This is what I call pure Scandinavian beauty! This apartment, in Denmark, belongs to freelance interior stylist Carla Sofie Molge, owner of the molge decor firm. The light coloured walls, the grey and creamy accessories, the carefully picked items, the absence of anything unnecessary makes this apartment a definition of Scandinavian minimalism. I just love it all…

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Beige is the new black!

I came across, the other day, this beautiful apartment that is on sale through Alvhem. The styling is made by the talented team of Grey Deco and the photographs belong to Annie Hyrefeldt. Those warm colours on the wall, the wooden floors and all the wooden furniture pieces make the whole combination extremely appealing. The earthy…

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Wood love.

Wood – a material full of warmth and life. A great love of mine…. Today I am posting four beautiful wooden items I found on Instagram lately. Enjoy! I am so in love with this wooden mirror from Modet. (@modet_furniture) Beautiful wooden stool from Design Studies. (@design.studies) Minimal light from Buene. (@buene_studio) How cute is…

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A new series of furniture by Norm Architects and Karimoku.

I have always believed and I still believe, that Japanese and Scandinavian design have the same roots. Simplicity that is and honesty. They never betray the materials they use and their form is as simple as it can gets without being too simple. Hence, the collaboration of Norm Architects with the Japan’s largest wooden furniture manufacturer,…

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Nærvær: The elegance of presence by Norm Architects

Nærvær means “Presence” and Norm Architects did their best to reveal the sense of presence in this wine bar and restaurant in Copenhagen. This project has a strong Scandinavian identity with design gestures that goes gently and carefully.  The atmosphere is casual with small spaces and niches for guests to enjoy. With an interior design…

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