Friday, 22 May 2015

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Flowers for the weekend

Delicate twigs and white magnolias in various vases and super pretty settings. Fresh air, spring colors and a passion for pastels. Mix & match and try out different materials, shapes and patterns.. this really makes decorating so much fun! So love the beautiful Flora vase by Sofie Børsting in the first pic, still a definite wannahave. Wish you all a happy weekend - i’ll be off to Stockholm this morning, a big yay! - and - when you're celebrating - a lovely Pentecost.. see you again next week dears! x

Credits and thanks to KK Living

Wednesday, 20 May 2015

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Creative home of interior stylist

Opposites attract and Danish interior designer Camilla Tange Peylecke knows just the way to use it! Poetic pictures, lots of curiosa, vintage teapots and flea market finds mixed with design features from We Do Wood, Hay and the pretty floor lamp Parentesi by Flos. Graffiti – images taken on a photo journey to Vesterbro, Copenhagen – together with lovely flowery cushions. Scandinavian, retro, bold and sometimes even a bit romantic.. i'm so lovin' the style Camilla has created!

Credits and thanks to Bolig Magazine

Photography Peter Kragballe

Tip! Check out Camilla on instagram.. her images are just super pretty!

Monday, 18 May 2015

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cleo print by lisa bengtsson

So happy with the latest Cleo print which the lovely Lisa Bengtsson has added to her collection. Fresh, wild and with that urban jungle theme we all totally adore. Pretty tray’s, comfy cushions, wallpaper and even a super cute lamp shade to spice up your living room. How cool would it be to upholster your petit vintage chair with Cleo.. a linen blend fabric is also available by the meter. Enjoy!

Shop the Cleo collection here at Lisa Bengtsson's pretty website

Friday, 15 May 2015

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Home of Danish graphic designer

This super cool looking apartment in Copenhagen belongs to graphic designer Naja Tolsing and
her husband architect Kristian Rehder. No wonder this place is just so well thought of and perfectly decorated. When the couple got the key to their home - around three years ago - all rooms were totally naked and everything had to be build up from scratch. So love how their kitchen does not dominate the room and how the birch wood theme brings both kitchen and living room together. Pretty accessories, colorful flowers and – of course – amazing artwork.. i’m lovin’ it!

Credits and thanks to Bolig Magasinet

Photography Denis Sytmen

Wednesday, 13 May 2015

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Traditional Danish fisherman's home

This pretty fisherman’s home in Klint, Denmark belongs to shop owner Dorothy and her husband Finn Topp. 110 sqm of pure loveliness, build in 1830. So love the mix and match of different styles.. lots of accessories are from Dorothy’s own shop - Dorthe Brocante - together with some musthave design features like the Eames chairs, they really make this house a home. Dorothe has a large collection of hand-thrown pots from mainly Asia, i think they are stunning! Ethnic fabrics, lots of artwork and flea market finds.. this home is just full of life!

Credits and thanks to BoligLiv

Tuesday, 12 May 2015

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De Interieurcollectie | SALE alert

Because of their upcoming stock move, one of my favorite Dutch online stores De Interieurcollectie
is treating us to a huge SALE! What a perfect opportunity to check your wishlist and drop by their lovely webshop. Found myself lots of super pretty kitchen accessories.. stunning storage jars, water jugs and paper bags to store all of my fresh herbs. Time to do some kitchen (re)styling! So love the geometric floor runner by Bloomingville and how about that industrial stool - from mango wood and iron - by House Doctor. Lucky me, my favorites have up to 50% discount.. how 'bout yours?

My SALE favorites 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | (image)

Shop your favorite brands here at De Interieurcollectie

Monday, 11 May 2015

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From bococo with love

Aren’t they just super pretty, these handwoven & screenprinted cushions and accessories by Bococo. The colors, the patterns – traditional patterns turned into modern and graphic prints - and just look
at that cute gold colored zipper (love!). The handwoven collection is made in Philippines on wooden looms, using century old weaving techniques. Bococo has just released a super lovely video of the making of this pretty collection.. it’s really worth checking out, enjoy! :)

Shop the Bococo collection here on their pretty website

Check out Bococo's lovely "the making of video" in the Philippines here on vimeo