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Spring feeling in this sunny, light and airy scandinavian apartment, the former home of the swedish stylist 
Johanna Bradford. The white base is combined with touches of brown in wood, paper, rattan and leather. 
The apartment has beautiful details and nice ideas, I particularly love the paper bag storage for candles 
and I also like the clothes rail hanger in the hallway, a smart solution for small spaces.


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Since 2003 Rörstrand has been in collaboration with Filippa K, one of Sweden’s most successful fashion brands. 
A shared interest in design aroused curiosity about how to transfer the sensation of textiles to porcelain and
the result was the first Filippa K mug. Today the collection includes bowls and side plates with contemporary 
graphic patterns. The special “annual patterns” – which are sold for one season only – are eagerly sought by 
collectors to mix and match with older editions. The white mug which was a huge success when it was launched 
in 2013 is now back, this time accompanied with a bowl and a small plate.


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The weekend is coming closer and this calm and peaceful bedroom in grey tones and with a fantastic textile arrangement inspires to rest and stay in bed. More pictures of the entire home here


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In a time when everything seems to run faster there is a need of contemplation and to slow down. The hour-
glass time from hay inspires to meditative moments.


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Note have teamed up with danish design brand menu and three other pioneering design studios in copenhagen  
and stockholm, to head the design process of an on-going development project in nepal. The four design studios
norm architects, note design studio, afteroom and a hint of neon have in collaboration with craftspeople in nepal 
created a new collection of exclusive, handmade designs for menu. The new collection includes this series of 
accessory boxes with house shapes in paper and textile. More information about the collection here.


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Who says that children furniture can not be for adults? This storage solution from the children collection stuva 
at ikea shown in the artist Helena Nord's studio is customized to suit her specific needs of storage and mobility, 
the unit can be moved from one anchored spot to another, when having the need of using the concrete wall as 
a photography backdrop.

Pictures from krispinterior.


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Sockets do not need to be hidden in plinths or behind cabinets. That they can enrich your home environment 
is what Studio Lotte Douwes shows with the soft sockets. These sockets are meant to be shown, beautifully  
designed. The shapes and colors refer to nature, the source of our energy. They can hang freely in a room or 
on the wall. Together they form a spectacle which most resembles to twigs with flowers bunches. See more 
exciting work from Studio Lotte Douwe on her website.


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“We thought about climbing plants entering your room in one spot, slowly growing across the ceilings and walls, 
and blossoming into flowers of light.” Light Forest is a lighting system adapted for ceilings and walls, designed 
by Tineke Beun-ders and Nathan Wierink of Ontwerpduo for &tradition. A sculptural object that crawls along 
walls, bends over beams, and folds across corners, reaching into places where other lighting cannot reach, 
addressing the functional problem of light distribution and at the same time giving the possibility for space 
adaptation and personal configuration.