Black and white favourites: living room edition

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AFFILIATE/REKLAME LINKS:  framed art FELDSCHUH GALLERY  glass bonbonniere LOUISE ROE
lounge chair VIGGO BOESEN   marble table lamp LOUISE ROE  console table GUBI

Even though the trend right know is to decorate with colours and to be bold when it
comes to interior, you can still invest in black and white furniture. And you won’t get tired of it for sure!
I’ve selected five elements you can add to you’re living room (or wherever you want), to decorate simple but good.

Here is a little black and white inspiration by CUT architectures
Featuring the amazing PP225 halyard lounge chair:

tumblr_opbu45xl7f1uv8jw6o1_500Photo found on Tumblr

Enjoy your Saturday evening!

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Boule brass vases from Skultuna

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This post is sponsored by Skultuna/Dette indlæg er sponsoreret af Skultuna

AFFILIATE/REKLAME LINKS:  boule vase small SKULTUNA  boule vase extra small SKULTUNA

I lang lang tid har jeg ledt efter disse blomster hos blomsterhandleren, som jeg desværre ikke har kunne finde før nu.
Blomsten hedder Protea og holder virkelig lang tid, da den også er fin tørret. Jeg tænke især at blomsten ville klæde
mine messing vaser fra Skultuna, som btw. er et svensk accessory brand der laver mange fine ting.
Virksomheden blev grundlagt i 1607 af Kong Karl IX af Sverige for over 400 år siden. Vildt ikke?
Så hvis du er på udkig efter dekorative messing objekter til hjemmet, er Skultuna et godt sted at starte.

 

translation

I’ve recently feel in love with this flower but unfortunately they were not available at the flowers market.
So yesterday I found the Protea flower, so I could decorate my brass vases from Skultuna.
Skultuna is a Swedish home accessory brand who makes incredible home accessories in brass.
The company was founded in 1607 by King Karl IX of Sweden. Can you believe that?
Over 400 years of making brass accessories for our homes. This vase in particular, was designed by
the French-German designer Olivia Herms. The vases called Boule, which means “sphere” in french, embodies the most fundamental form of “containing” – the round bowl.

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Sunday Obsession – Silk & fine architecture

hellesy-ss17-catwalkHELLESY SS17 CATWALK

Det her outfit fra Hellesy SS17 er jeg så klar til at hoppe i. Jeg er nok lidt afhængig af silke sæt!
Designeren Sylvie Millstein bag mærket Hellesy er halv fransk og halv japansk og tidligere ansat hos
Chanel og Givenchy.

translation:

I’m so ready to wear this outfit from Hellesy SS17 showed at the catwalk in New York.
I guess i’m having a silk-obsession.
I could just jump right in this outfit but i’m not sure if I have long enough legs (or arms?)

The Designer Sylvie Millstein behind the New York based brand is half French half Japanese and former employee of both Chanel and Givenchy.

Visit the world of Hellesy here

 

 

vincenzo-de-cotiisAFFILIATE  lamp AT OLIVER GUSTAV STUDIO

VINCENZO DE COTIIS

Jeg har postet en del fra den italienske arkitekt Vincenzo De Cotiis på min Instagram og jeg er altid fanget af hans arbejde med reconstruction af materialer som træ, textiler, metal, læder og sten.
Han står for de mest fantastiske projekter af private hjem, hoteller, restauranter og lokationer rundt i verdenen.

translation:

Perfect imperfection, achieved through deconstruction, reconstruction and re-appropriation of salvaged textile, metal, wood, leather and stone.

Vincenzo De Cotiis is a Milan based architect and his works are abstract in nature with deterioration from time left visible, as De Cotiis finds beauty in the patina of life, this belief is reflected in his many architectural and interior projects for private homes, hotels, restaurants and retail spaces around the world, as well as in his furniture design work.

I’ve posted some of his work before at my Instagram. Always obsessed with his work!

Visit the world of De Cotiis here

 

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Redecorating my golden spot – New in

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AFFILIATE  boule vase small HERE  boule vase large HERE

Dette indlæg indeholder reklame/This post contains advertising

Der er altid tid til, at omdekorere og det her er min yndlings spot i at gøre det på.
Trods regn og slud tog jeg min cykel og cyklede ned til blomsterhandleren for, at købe disse blomster,
til mine nye vaser fra Skultuna. 
Altid godt med friske blomster, når vejret ikke vil!

Se mere fra Skultuna her

translation:

There is always time to redecorate and this is my favourite spot to do it.
Despite the rain and cold weather I took my bike and rushed to the flowers market.
I just had to buy these flowers for my new vases.
Fresh flowers are such a treat whenever the weather is grey and boring. Let’s just pretend its spring!

See more from Skultuna here

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