Lab. is a lovely boutique from France (but shipping world wide!) selling an exclusive collection of household linen & furniture. All their items are made in France with the greatest care. This process allows Lab. to propose custom-made service with options on size or fabric combinations. Great attention is paid to the solidity and the softness of their designs.
The fabrics used are from high end labels such a Liberty from London, Kvadrat and A.P.C. Lab.: “Our collection is entirely made in France, not out of national pride but to achieve a good quality while limiting energy & material waste.
It enables us to make unique styles on demand.”
The holiday season is around the corner and I have been searching the net for the the best gift ideas which I will be featuring in the coming weeks. Today we kick off with a star themed holiday gift guide. I hope you’ll enjoy the things that I have selected!
I love browsing on real estate websites and see how other people live. Sometimes you find the most gorgeous houses such as this one situated close to Malmö in the southern part of Sweden. This former vicarage has been renovated to perfection. Is this your dream home? It is for sale!
The Christmas collection is now available on Le Souk! Most items are made from natural materials such as wood – perfect for creating a natural style festive atmosphere! The lovely Christmas tree in the image above is made from drift wood. Great for hanging your favorite ornaments on the little wooden hooks!
This the home of Betina Stampe, founder of Danish label Bloomingville. Betina share this beautiful house with her husband and their four daughter. The old building, constructed in 193,5 has white walls and large windows which create an abundance of light. Betina loves a mix of classic furniture combined with lots of goodies from Bloomingville. She often changes the look of her home with small articles like cushions, throws and so forth, depending her on mood and the time of year.
Used shipping pallets are great to use for a design DIY project. They are inexpensive, rustic looking and using reclaimed wood/products is evironmental friendly. You can paint them (or not) and pile them up with some lovely cushions to create a sofa. But there is a lot more you can do. Here are some of the best pallet projects that I found online.