This is a post from last year but these lace Easter decorations are so styling and beautiful that I decided to show them again. You can buy the patterns (there are five different ones) here on Etsy. A lovely DIY project for those who know how to crochet (not me unfortunately).
These cute egg cup holders from Lucie Kaas will shine on our Easter breakfast table! Danish label Lucie Kaas was founded in 2012 with a vision of bringing stylish yet timeless interior objects into the international design scene. The starting point of this ambition was in the Danish market with a number of re-launches of mid-century Scandinavian designs. The designs of the hand painted egg cups are from the 1960’s and 1970’s. I got mine from Shak Shuka and from Binnenpret. But they are also available from Superlove and from the Lucie Kaas webshop.
This beautiful 2-room corner apartment in Gothenburg, Sweden, can best be described as stylish. Herringbone parquet floors, a large chandelier, pretty flowers and beautiful art give this 79m2 apartment an elegant touch. The high ceilings and large window fill the rooms with light.
These personalized posters from The Birth Poster make an excellent gift for new parents. The Birth Poster is a series of unique and timeless birth posters with illustrations that all adapts to the baby’s actual birth size. In the bottom of the posters the baby’s name, length, weight, birth date and birth time are printed. You can choose from 4 drawing styles.
I have a thing for blankets and pillows. You just can’t have to many of these items to cozy up you home. I share this obsession with Karrie Kaneda, owner and designer of Happy Habitat. Karrie: “Why the obsession with blankets? Blankets are the perfect canvas. A giant piece of happy art that can be viewed at once across a bed or in little window panes of color, all folded up on a shelf. Or, picture this: a simple room, white walls, expected furniture. Now take a soft, cotton throw designed with perfectly hip shapes in colors that thrill your eyes. Fling it on the bed. That one thing just changed your habitat. And that’s why I design these blankets. Simple, immediate happy.” You can see all Happy Habitat items here.
The first thing you notice in this Norwegian home is that the dominant color is white. At second glance you can see that the use of contrasts between different materials, textures and objects (old and new) makes the rooms lively, despite the limited color palette. The beautiful sofa in the living room (top image) is from Gervasoni, the lamp next to the sofa is from Jieldé.