This beautiful Swedish apartment by Oscar Properties combines a New York loft feel with warm Scandinavian minimalism. Featuring original windows and high ceilings, the expansive interior exudes elegance with a touch of luxury. To fully appreciate the beautiful styling and sense of grandeur, you must check out the property listing here.
Space Copenhagen has done it again, this time transforming a former industrial oil warehouse in the old Christianshavn quarter for Noma's Rene Redzepi's new restaurant, 108. Featuring tall sash windows and high ceilings, the striking interior combines raw concrete, exposed brick walls, dark burnished metals and weathered timber.
These beautiful images were created for interior store Houz Oslo to launch their new webshop. The store's exquisite collection of furniture and homewares has been styled to perfection by the talented Elisabeth Heier and the store's owner Linda.
This DIY headboard created by Pella Hedeby is so clever I just had to share. Pella has used the Ikea Mosslanda Picture shelves, together with an MDF board and painted them the same grey as the walls. The result is a gorgeous tone-on-tone effect, with the added convenience of a shelf for displaying magazines and objects, as well as side storage for books and magazines. Genius!
I've ready many interviews with the founders of Norm Architects over the last few years but I'm always keen to read more as there is always something new to learn. Freunde von Freunden recently published an interview with Jonas Bjerre-Poulsson, who founded Norm in 2008 along with Kasper Rønn, about how he has played a key role in bringing Nordic design to global attention. Along with beautiful imagery of his home and work (which I also never tire of) you'll find a fantastic video tour. Take a look here.