Amazingly sunny and full of bright colors, this villa is a cozy place for a family.
Yellow, pink, blue, white floors, colorful decor and furniture, hang it all hanger, what a dream…
Wonder how to best convert your old barrack into a living cozy cottage? This is how, a perfect example to follow. Soft whites on the inside to create a bit of Scandinavian modern taste, in contrast with vintage dark rough wood and waste materials.
Notice the Ikea kitchen, and I have to tell that I was shocked to discover the good quality and fast service for such a low price when I first designed and installed one for a client in Manhattan on 68th Street East side. Yes, they make such an affordable solution and easy to install.
PHOTO: Jeltje Janmaat - via klikk
This apartment in Oslo is a very nice styled mix of old and new. A great decoration job by owner and graphic designer Charlotte. An abundance of whites and off whites on walls and floors creates the perfect landscape for the old collection furniture pieces and the modern or contemporary elements like the Ball clock of George Nelson, also his bubble lamp, Missoni puff and rug, ikea shelves.
This old 1913 Swiss house was transformed by industrial designers Anette and Frederick Tonsberg into a modern living place.
Slow Chair from Vitra, designed by brothers Boroullec. The light bulb in the ceiling with colored wire is from NUD. I like the gray floors too.
In the laminate kitchen work lamp is Tolomeo and ceiling lamps from Light Years. How lovely is also the simple white wall shelving system in the children’s room.
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This classic Swedish interior is dominated by Josef Frank and Swedish Pewter. I absolutely love the colorful contrast on white everything.
I can’t easily escape the italian design. Just take a look at this apartment and see what I mean. The red couch Beautiful Backside is from Moroso, sideboard units Ycami Cabinet. The armchair in red called Slow Chair and manufactured by Vitra.
Dining table is from the Weber and around it are several Gubi Chair in leather. The ceiling lamp is from Moooi and bowls on the table is from CasaShop. White tv bench Funk from David Design. The images and collage are all Maggies own works. The sink is from Duravit and fittings from Dornbracht. The large yellow cushions are Johanson Design and the tall mirror is from Casamilano.
Foto: Iben og Niels Ahlberg | via bo-bedre.no
I am delighted with this floor lamp. Arco from Flos was designed in 1962 by Achille and Pier Giacomo Castiglioni. The foot is made in marble, which makes the lamp steady, and the arm – in stainless steel. I really like the use of solid and heavy combined with thin and light, stem like elements – very architectural!
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Made by Trine Hjortshøj and Nikolai Mortensen, respectively, architects and carpenters, this house has a nice clean and open floor plan, with big windows to a relaxing view.
Notice the following: Tolomeo lamp with paper screens, sofa table called Giro from Zanotta, PK 22 chairs by Poul Holm, dining table is from Brdr. Andersen , Eames’ DAR-chairs molded white plastic, glass pendant by Philippe Starck for Flos, and Rocking chair designed by Hans J. Wegner Furniture for PP.