16 May, 2012

Mid-Century modern in Stockholm

This apartment, flawless in its raw imperfection, belongs to one of the creative directors behind the swedish clothing brand Hope - Stefan Söderberg. The original herringbone parquet makes terrific background for Mid-Century modern pieces. I like the way the floors were renovated - sandblasting oak emphasized beautiful texture of old wood.


photography: Birgitta Wolfgang Drejer, via: Interiørmagasinet

15 May, 2012

Minuscule Chair by Cecilie Manz

News from Fritz Hansen, launched at the Milan Furniture Fair. Mid-Century modern inspired, sophisticated design. Note the upholstery colours!


www.ceciliemanz.com


via: Elle Decoration blog

14 May, 2012

Colour code: fresh pastels

Spicing up with some tasty pastels...


images via: 1, 2, 3.

13 May, 2012

Clean lines

Well-weighed linear theme throughout the entire house. On a large and small scale - from architectural forms to the subtle interior details. Simple. Great.


photos by: Dustin Aksland, via: Dwell

12 May, 2012

Afternoon light

Everyone can dream a little bit. Widlund House in Sweden designed by Claesson Koivisto Rune.


via: Contemporist

11 May, 2012

in Warsaw

Utra modern apartment with a nice touch of nostalgia - a creative mix of old and new.
Interior design by Justyna Smolec.


photography: Marcin Czechowicz

10 May, 2012

09 May, 2012

Cobble Hill, Brooklyn

New York apartment of Stefanie Brechbuehler and Robert Highsmith, a couple behind the design collaborative Workstead. A real home, where every single object has its own story. Eames lounge chair inherited from Mr. Highsmith’s grandfather, the blue and yellow abstract art piece painted by his grandmother. The walnut bed designed by a former classmate. DIY burlap curtains. And in the living room - Jean Prouvé Potence Lamp found on sale. 

A great example of how to create a real home, a place that has a genuine, unique soul. Not much, but it takes time: appreciate family treasures and collect only things that matter to you.

www.workstead.com



via: New York Times

08 May, 2012

we:do:wood

“Good furniture is not necessarily something that turns all concepts on their head and represents something new and previously unseen. We have nothing against standing on the shoulders of past examples of good, classic design, such as Eames and Wegner, and being the next phase in a modern tradition. The main thing for us is to create furniture that is honest in both its actual function and its visual expression. Good furniture must quite simply stand there and invite you to use it”
Henrik Thygesen

“If you try desperately to find something new, it just won’t happen. But if you work your way into the design process and apply some direction, every now and then some opportunities arise that you hadn’t seen before.”
Sebastian Jørgensen


We do Wood is a danish furniture company established by Henrik Thygesen and Sebastian Jørgensen, a duo with a strong design vision. Functionality, quality, honesty - and the crucial ingredient: sustainability. The furniture, just like traditional scandinavian pieces - is made to last. But we have an important innovative aspect as well: new material. Bamboo, as a species more eco friendly than nordic types of wood responds to our need of being environmentally responsible. It re-circulates large volumes of CO2 and grows very fast without chamical fertilizers. And looks great!


www.wedowood.dk

photography: Mikkel Rahr Mortensen

07 May, 2012

Bathroom luxury with a view

Not just a bathroom but a bathing room. Extravagant space nicely warmed with cosy wooden floors. Extra large windows. Enjoy the sun.


images via: 1, 2, 3