Scandinavian interior

Ferm Living autumn/winter 2019 collection

I have just returned from the Maison&Objet in Paris, one of the most important exhibitions dedicated to furniture and home accessories that takes place twice a year, in September and January. I visited many stands and Ferm Living was one of those I liked the most(on my Instagram stories you can find a selection of the products and brands that impressed me the most). Among the Nordic ...

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The minimal and cozy style of Lotta Agaton in a Stockholm apartment

Today post is about the last interior design project signed by one of my favorite stylists: LOTTA AGATON. If you love Nordic style, minimal, elegant but at the same time cozy, you should definitely look at his projects. Her last work is the interior design of a beautiful apartment in Stockholm, inside the residential complex 79 & Park designed by Danish architect Bjarke Ingels. The ...

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A natural palette interior

I have just realized that, among Christmas articles and post about the new trends for 2019, I haven’t post a home tour since last November. I make up for it immediately with this house. I felt in love with it at first glance and could move there tomorrow! Super-neutral palette consisting of white, beige, greige and gray. Brightness of the rooms given by white furnishings, candied walls and ...

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The beautiful home of Joachim Kornbek Hansen.

With today's home tour, we visit a beautiful two-level house in Nørrebro, one of Copenhagen's most vibrant districts. It is the home of Joachim Kornbek Hansen, design and brand manager of Menu (brand founded by his grandfather in 1976). Joachim is also the founder of &tradition, another nordic brand that I love. The house consists of two apartments, one above the other, connected by a ...

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Sustainable cooking inspires the color palette of Maannos restaurant.

A new restaurant designed by interior designer Laura Seppänen was recently opened in the heart of the Helsinki design district. The restaurant is called Maannos and is housed in a former industrial building of the late '800. The designer's work focused on recovering the original features of the space but also trying to convey the philosophy of the restaurant's sustainable cuisine. The ...

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