Traditional Malian textiles in modern design | Elle La interior

On vosgesparis I always love to show the little gems in the mass of interior design products. Some time ago I spotted an image with cotton rolls stacked on each other, it was love at first site as they reminded me of the antic handwoven rolled up linen bread cloth that belonged to my Sardinian […]

At home with Vincent van Duysen and Sergio Herman | Serax

Travelling, fresh food, interiors and design kind of sum up my favourite things in life I love to share with family and friends. Not an easy task these days to find inspiration from travelling or interior fairs. Something we do not need to travel or leave the house for though are good food and design, […]

A new kitchen by VIPP in dark oak and jura marble

If you follow me for some time you must have seen my trip to Copenhagen where we got to make some images and try out the first Vipp kitchen in both the amazing Loft in Copenhagen and the beautiful minimalistic getaway, the Vipp shelter in the woods of Sweden. Today Vipp unveils its second kitchen design named V2.  While the first kitchen […]

A look inside the Frama studio store and a new mirror

One of the first places after Italy of course, I can’t wait to go back when we can travel again is Copenhagen. I have so many great memories of the city and the design events I attended over the years. Visiting the Frama studio store is always one of the first places I love to […]

Artilleriet X Tre Sekel Kitchen in solid oak

I came across this solid oak kitchen based on the idea of a piece of furniture with a kitchen’s functionality: The artilleriet X Tre Sekel Kitchen. Each kitchen is produced locally by skilled craftsmen at Tre Sekel in Tibro, Sweden. The unique skill of the carpenters is used to ensure that every detail of the […]

Restyling my home with books and art by Peytil

As you know I really like creating new corners and stills at home, that’s why I loved teaming up with Eitil Thorén of Peytil for this blogpost. The creative process of styling with books, art and the things we have at home already, is what I love most. I find it really relaxing and I always […]

Modern Shapes for the Home | All new Kristina Dam design

I already showed you one of my favourite Travertine objects for the home by Kristina Dam the other week: 3 Travertine accessories for your home As a fervent lover of all things sculptural for years it is great to see so many people embracing new shapes for their home. Although many big brands jump on the wagon, […]

A cast aluminium brass chair by Vincenzo de Cotiis

Whenever in Milan I try to visit Vincenzo de Cotiis, see some pictures I took during my latest visit here: ANTHOLOGY | Vincenzo De Cotiis During the exhibition where next to his own, the work of several of my other favourite designers was shown. Today I love to show a few images of the cast aluminium brass chair […]

3 Travertine accessories for your home

Travertine is still going strong and lots of seventies coffee, dinner tables found their way back into our homes. I really love how travertine is also used for different smaller accessories and collected a few of my favourites. I previously showed you a lot of beautiful new books, in my opinion one of the best […]

5 facts to remember when looking for the right sofa

©vosgesparis Oh my…. such a struggle to find the perfect sofa, being it one of the most expensive and defining furniture pieces in our home makes the choice even more difficult. Most of us also have to save quite some time to buy a sofa of a few thousand euros, the pressure is high and […]

An ornamental stone centrepiece by Frederic Saulou

Not that much physical is happening these days in Design land and I thought it was a good moment to look into the little archive of interesting design and designers I have collected over time. It actually became me quite large as I keep saving images, while new collections and press releases come in at […]

A hanging bookshelf | New design by Imperfetto lab

In between hills filled with cherry and olive trees, cultivated plains and piles of recyclable steel and iron, Verter Turroni and Emanuela Ravelli live and work together with their three children creating the most beautiful and unexpected design projects. While Emanuela is the voice of a vivid and silent work and connects Imperfettolab with the […]