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ferm LIVING | The Home Collection


This week Danish brand ferm LIVING opened the doors to their brand new showroom 'The Home' in the centre Copenhagen. Showcasing their new AW17 collection, the pieces are an exploration of volumes, geometry, graphical elements, and a touch of the Nordic decadence. Let's take a look. 

A few of my favourite picks include the Borders Kelim Rugs which feature beautiful burnt hues, the velour Poufs which come in three different geometrical shapes in various colours and the uniquely versatile Unfold Room Divider. The new collection features updated designs to the Collect Lighting Series, including the introduction of some enticing new colours and a range of beautiful opal shades in three round shapes. 

The collection offers many gorgeous new accessories which make it hard to pick, but I especially love the sweet pink Spin Jars and the new Sekki range of plant pots and tableware. Rediscovering the magic of traditional manufacturing, the Sekki range is made of clay, showcasing a remarkable, coarse texture and rich, earthy colours. The popular Plant Box range sees the addition of a smaller model, ideal for storage on the kitchen counter, where you want to keep chopping boards and ingredients within reach. I also love the new Drupe Mill, designed for freshly ground spices, salt or pepper, they are made of ash wood and come in six divine colours.

To see The Home collection in its entirety, visit the ferm LIVING Webshop or browse the Online Catalogue

Images via ferm LIVING 

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The Home of Designer Annaleena Leino-Karlsson


I love seeing stylist and designer Annaleena Leino-Karlsson's new home build when it pops up on my Instagram feed so discovering it featured in full over on Residence magazine today has been a special treat. Located in Ekerö, outside of Stockholm, the spacious and airy contemporary home reflects Annaleena's signature style which is clean, elegant and always inspiring. Painted in a soft grey, the interior features carefully-curated objects, lighting and furniture. These include Annaleena's own designs and pieces from her beautiful new studio, also located in Ekerö. 

Styling Annaleena Leino-Karlsson / Photography by Kristofer Johnsson

Uncluttered yet warm with many interesting and textural elements, a couple of my favourite pieces include the huge Akari Light Sculpture in the bedroom and the piano in the living room which Annaleena inherited. Visit Residence magazine to see more photos along with their interview with Annaleena. 

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New + Noted


The brainchild of Josephine Blix and Louisa Hammarbäck, Midnatt (Midnight) is a newly established Swedish brand that makes bedding for children and adults in soft, organic cotton. Launching with duvets, sheets and pillow cases, the collection will gradually evolve to include new products, colours and patterns. They have certainly got off to a wonderful start with four beautiful colours; Dromedary, Coco, Pebble and Wilted. 

Styling Josefin Hååg / Photography Mikael Lundblad

Images via Midnatt 

Earlier this year I introduced you to ODEM ATELIER, a unique lifestyle webshop for the modern collector. Based in Sweden, the store represents a collective of diverse international artists who use high-quality raw materials to create timeless interior design pieces. Founder Nikodem Calczynski recently got in touch to share the latest arrivals including the Stoneware Candleholders by Malwina Kleparska and the Handmade Ceramic Vase by Dale Karlsson. Odem Atelier also specialise in sourcing rare Petrified Wood pieces. My beautiful Slice which featured in this post is still one of my most treasured items. See the full range here

Images courtesy of Odem Atelier

Kristina Dam Studio will present their new AW17 collection at the upcoming Formland, Oslo and Maison et Object fairs. Here is a peek at some of the stunning new designs, including the Rotating Mirror, Sculptural Chair  - now with four legs to enhance its comfort and functionality - and the Minimal Daybed. See all the new pieces here

Images via Kristina Dam

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The Home of Interior Designer Louise Liljencrantz


I've featured the work of Swedish interior designer Louise Liljencrantz before - you may remember this recent project. I'm in awe of the elegant spaces she creates, so when her stunning home started appearing on the web a while ago I knew I'd have to share it with you. The classic home's architectural detailing including herringbone flooring, high ceilings and large windows have been enhanced by a neutral palette of soft greys, together with dark wood. Luxurious soft furnishings add further texture, and an enviable collection of furniture, lighting and artwork graces every room. A truly exquisite home!

Interior Design by Liljencrantz Design / Photography by Erik Lefvander

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News from Lindebjerg Design


After having her own interior shop for many years, Copenhagen-based Mona Henriksen's lifelong fascination with furniture led her to launch Lindebjerg Design in 2011. Designing and building furniture with clean lines and a simple, Nordic expression, the pieces are now sold in design stores across most of Europe. Mona says that while furniture serves a practical purpose such as storing something, they can also affect the entire mood of a room by the way they look. I couldn't agree more. Designed to last for generations, the furniture is made from natural materials such as pine and oak.  Here's a look at some of the most recent releases.

Expanding their furniture collection with three new tables made from solid oak, their strong form is softened with a curved-edge table top, resulting in a light and elegant aesthetic. The three sizes offer versatile options including a low-level bench, coffee table and console. I really the love the narrow, elongated design. See the full T1 series here

As a soft embrace, the Dark Oak series from Lindebjerg Design creates a beautiful frame around the content of the cabinet. The stained black cabinets show the magnificent structure of the wood and soften the minimalistic design expression.

The N4 Cabinet embraces the growing trend towards compact living which is especially popular in big cities. With a depth of only 25 cm and a width of 70 cm, the cabinet can be hung most places without taking up any floor space.

Perfect for those who love acquiring and displaying ceramics and stoneware, the N1 Cabinet is for the collector. Like putting a stunning piece of art in a frame, the cabinet provides a beautiful way of displaying favourite objects such as tableware, art pieces and other collectables. 

For more information on the N-series, take a look here

Images courtesy of Lindebjerg Design  

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