Cyberweek has officially started! A great time to stock up on winter items and do some gift shopping. In the coming days I will post about the best discount and my favorite products. Today we start with Madewell. With code DONTSTRESS you will receive a 25% discount of most Madewell products (valid through 26th November). Here are some of my favorite items. Happy shopping! Above: ruffle-sleeve top
I love the look of this kitchen located in a Victorian apartment in Primrose Hill, London. The distressed cabinets have a rustic feel but the clean rectangular tiles give the open plan space a modern edge. It is a balance that works perfectly! You can see more of this house here on Light Locations.
I love nurseries and children’s room decorated with natural materials. Wood and rattan combined with neutral colors such as (off) white, brown and grey create a warm and serene atmosphere. Lighter colors give an airy feel and make a (small) space look bigger. You can add some pop of colors (yellow, blue or dusty pink for example) or use felt animal heads to add a fun element. Here are some lovely room with a natural look to inspire you. And if you would like to create a similar look you can find suggestions for furniture and accessories in this post as well.
ferm LIVING has a brand new showroom in the heart of Copenhagen. The Danish brand has decorated a classic, old apartment at the central location Amagertorv. Here the ferm LIVING collections are on display which make it possible to get a sense of how the many designs (ranging from furniture over lighting to textiles) work together creating a warm atmosphere. You can see a video of the ferm LIVING HOME here on their website.
You might know Malene Birger for her work in the fashion industry: the Scandinavian designer founded her first brand DAY Birger et Mikkelsen in 1997, her second brand By Malene Birger was launched in 2003. Now she has founded BIRGER1962, a creative studio devoted to design, interior and art. The studio offers a variety of opportunities: a complete concept and universe; individual commissions; design projects in co-operation with other creative companies; or simply a creative touch for those who wish to bring Malene’s personal interior style and designs to their space. A style expressed in her eclectic approach to interior and decoration, her strong influence from the Arabian and African cultures, and her love for original 70’s design furniture, timeless products and arty objects. Malene’s art and artworks are often strongly presented in her interior projects and some pieces are available through on her website Birger1962. Her London home, which is featured here, is a good example of her eclectic style.