This is the Gallerie Boutique at the Institute Finlandais in Paris design by Studio Joanna Laajisto. I love the combination of the colors and materials that are used in this project. The soft colors and textures make the carefully selected products stand out so much and I like the creative use of wood, brass and mesh steel in this setting.
This is the work of designer Elisa Ossino for Salvatori at Milan Design week in 2017 created just across the Salvatori showroom. The idea was to create a home as an intimate space to host architects and designers in a more convivial context.
She reinterpreted the space using striking and vivid accents to create three-dimensional pictures and furniture and objects as bold contrasting points of colour. The classic nature of the apartment, with its standout features such as the fireplace and original Terrazzo floors, has taken on a new vibrancy as a result of the colour palette chosen by Elisa, in which strong tones in a variety of declinations play off each other.
For the longest time I have been searching for a fitting side table for our bedroom, where I could keep some beauty products, jewellery and small accessories. The SYDE table from MYCS matches the minimal style of our bedroom perfectly and fits like a glove in the corner next to our bed.
MYCS offers a wide range of customisable furniture, from tables and chairs to cabinets and even sofa’s. You can design your own piece on their website with their handy configurator and other than the measurements and configuration you can also pick colors and materials. You can choose exactly what you like and what fits into the space you have in mind and the pieces are produced for you in selected workshops. MYCS has showrooms in all major German cities where you can check out their designs and a big inspiration section on their website where you can get ideas on what to create with their online configurator tool.
For our bedroom I configured an all black SYDE table with a black Marquina marble top. The black design contrasts very nicely with the wood and textiles in this corner I think and I couldn’t be happier with how it turned out. The piece came flat packed but was assembled in less then 15 minutes which I think is such a big advantage. I chose a high version of the table so that I can place a chair in front of it as well and use it as a vanity table. Now I just need to find a small mirror to go with it and then I’m all set in this corner.
This blogpost was created in collaboration with MYCS, however all opinions are my own of course. If you would like to know more about the brand and their designs, go visit their website.
A shot of the Lonely House art print in our kitchen from a little while ago. Even though I have a separate room for my office, I like to make my lists on paper at the kitchen table with a good cup of coffee.
The turn of the century details in this light filled apartment are absolutely stunning. The details on the wall and ceilings are very present and perfectly enhanced by keeping the furnishings relatively minimal.
The black furniture throughout adds a nice contrast to the beige and white walls and the kitchen was perfectly fitted within the original mouldings and details that were there. I like this combination of modern and old.
I’m so inspired by this industrial, yet minimal Ballingslöv kitchen. The black and grey fronts and worktop match perfectly with the concrete walls and the large black frame windows. I like the little bench with the plants in the corner a lot and wish I could fit something like that in my kitchen.
The large kitchen island is a really cool feature as well and the Frama bar stools fit perfectly with this look.
I like this cozy bedroom painted in a greenish grey. The grey bedding adds some softness to this look and the green plants make the space look very fresh. The plants look very nice against the wall color as well.
One of my favorite Finnish bloggers, Maiju just recently moved into her new home and I’m so happy to see that our Begonia Maculata art print has found a place already in her stylish place. Maju blogs about the progress in her home, which is really nice to follow if you are interested.
Beige and grey tints are very nice palettes used separately but I feel like they are even better when combined together like in this cozy and inviting apartment. The light beige sofa works really well against the light grey wall and in combination with the neutral accessories and black accent pieces.
The bedroom walls are kept white which looks very fresh in combination with the beige bedding and I like the vintage dining table with the wooden chairs in the kitchen as well.
This is the latest work of stylist Josefin Hååg and photographer Emily Laye for Swedish bedroom textile brand Midnatt. The peach and beige tones are perfect for summer and are so nicely portrayed in these stylish setups. I think you can recognise Josefin’s stylish accent pieces in these pictures and I love the delicate summer vibe that is going on here.