Note table and black kitchen by Edward Collinson

Edward Collinson design studio Black kitchen and white ash Note table

I have been admiring the skills and work of Edward Collinson for some time and previously I showed you already the oak kitchen furniture by the studio which is suitable both as a wall standing unit or as a freestanding island. Kitchen ‘Broad’ is supplied with sink, tap and induction hob with down draft extractor. […]

Bonden Core collection | Nordic home textiles

Bonden Core collection blankets

The crushed natural texture of the Tuiski blanket was what initially made me fall in love with Bonden, the Finnish brand, known for its uncomplicated Nordic design and local craftsmanship. I have been using their blankets for some years now and beside the blankets really fit my home and add some needed texture. I also […]

A dream home with gentle curves of lime plaster and travertine

Rose Bay Residence

As you know I love the work of Studio Brent Lee and this proposal designed for a Sydney property developer is no exception. Elegantly placed archways enhance views with gentle curves of lime plaster and travertine with aged brass and vibrant greenery recurring throughout the residence.  The Rose Bay Residence has all the materials I […]

The light East Village studio of Maggie Holladay

Home of Holladay off Claude Home

Neutral colours and free-form shapes define the interior of vintage purveyor Maggie Holladay off Claude Home. Next to her own finds, she chose several products from the Maiden Home collection for her light and overall white East Village studio. Maggie Holladay, a former fashion editor for i-D Magazine, turned her hobby of vintage shopping into […]

Camp Roig townhouse by Durietz Design

Over the last few months I have been following the renovation of a beautiful project in Mallorca by Durietz Design, called Camp Roig! I could not wait for the next update posted on Instagram by the lovely Josephine and Christoffer, owners of Durietz Design and really enjoyed not only the process but also the full […]

Broken Symmetry Beni rugs x Athena Calderone

Known for her blog Eyeswoon and her two books, find them here in my booklist. Athena Calderone’s latest design collaboration is with Beni Rugs. A company I follow for some time after they caught my eye on Instagram I showed a few of their rugs in my stories and looking for a new warm rug […]

Moon Rising Incense Burner by Kin

When I have the opportunity to slowly start the day, mostly in weekends only, I really enjoy to burn some incense. I love home scents in all forms and also for my upcoming webshop I selected some of my favourite scents. I personally use ceramic incense holders, but love to show you these by Kin, […]

AA Stool by Ishinomaki Laboratory

Ishinomaki Laboratory started in Japan in 2011 in the aftermath of a devastating earthquake, helping the local community to rebuild itself through simple, DIY furniture workshops using available materials and skills. The spirit of the initiative lives on in Ishinomaki Laboratory’s Made in Local enterprise, empowering communities across the world with DIY skills. Menu x […]

New Works showroom for 3 days of design 2021

On the occasion of Denmark’s annual design event 3 days of design. New Works opened the doors to bright and airy premises with their exhibition ‘Tabulu’ created in collaboration with Lotta Agaton Interiors. A shift from shadowy, muted tones to a brighter palette marks new beginnings and lights up in the dark season ahead. Unfortunately […]

Vaults by Norm Architects

Vault sculpture

Vaults by Norm Architects is a series of sculptural fragments exclusively available at ALIUM. Vault 01-03 in Roman Travertine is made in a limited number of ten pieces.  They already seem sold out but nevertheless I love to show them on the blog, because inspiration can come from everything. I personally always love looking at different […]

A Boutique guesthouse at the Algarve

guesthouse Casa Um at the Algarve

With Summer almost on its end here in Europe and the world opening up again. I am already making plans for my next Sunny destination. To be honest I really function at my best when I can be in the sun. Scrolling through different destinations, I came across The Addresses.  A unique collection of boutique […]

Minimalist Brass Bookends for your home

Brass bookends

While strolling through Instagram I came across New Zealand artist Gidon Bing. As a lover of brass objects for the home I immediately loved the Brass bookends he exclusively made for Design Anthology. Available and sold as a set of two at Design Anthology the sculptural brass book ends are an aesthetically pleasing way to […]