Favorites from Ellos Home online Collection

October 25, 2018


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This week Ellos Home collection has great discounts up to 30%, if you are looking for an amazing bargain on something you had your eye on, this might be a great time to splurge. I have selected some of my favorites above ( you can see some of them in my own home here , my carpet which is 50% off, table and blankets ), check them out!

1.  Chair Bell :: 2 chairs are included ||  10% off

2. Long Carpet Saro :: In color Ivory || 20% off

3. Carpet Marrakesh :: In color Yellow || 20% off

4. Coffee Table Geo :: In color Black || 30% off

5. Coffee table George :: In color Grey-Green || 10% off

6. Coffee table Studio :: In color Black || 10% off

 

 

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Inspirational home of the week

October 23, 2018


Another apartment I would move in instantly , the home of Niklas and Jenny Jernström, founders of Swedish Studio Dom. The color tones and choices of furniture and details are stunning, another great work as come to expect by the Swedish duo Sundling & Kickén, who styled the space for a feature in Residence magazine. One of the most eye popping details the various designer lamps, among some of my favorites, Aggregato pendants by Enzo Mari for ArtemidePiani lamp by Flos and Double Bubble lamp by Eero Aarnio. I hope you enjoy this gem I am sharing today, I am getting so inspired by it!

Styling: Sundling & Kickén || Photos: Mikael Lundblad via Residence Magazine

 

 

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How to style a bedroom 4 ways

October 21, 2018


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A couple of weeks ago it was your vote that decided the winner for Norways best bedroom, a competition by Høie of Scandinavia and KK.no. For those that have been following these series , I know you are very much looking forward to this! I posted about the 4 semi finalists here and today I will be showing you the first styling (and a sneak peek of the second) for the winning bedroom, I m sure you recognize it! You can find more photos and the rest of stylings on KK.no !

In this styling we took advantage of the colour profile the room already had, there are dominant white and blue walls that we decided would combine great with colour blocking when it came to the linens. Cool hues were chosen accordingly for the first styling, that would not only fit the room but also the owners character. In this His and His bedroom, crisp greys combined with cool blues and brilliant whites for linens bring upon a sophisticated and young feeling, for a couple that is hip and modern. The details chosen amplify this effect, modern furniture with minimal influences, black and silver details, leather and steel. The result hints towards a contemporary view of the materials, and introduces a fresh look towards satin linens. The grey details ( vases, linens, blanket) creates a balance between the crisp difference of white and blue, it bridges the space between them without weighing it down. In this way the colour details of the room that already existed are used as a base for the new styling while also being elevated to a new height. If you want to bring about colours, this is a smart way of emphasising them.

Used in this styling from Høie online catalog :

Satin grey bed sheetsVelvet Blue pillowcases | Satin white pillowcases | Dark grey wool blanket | Dark Blue wool blanket

For the next styling we focused on the softness of the materials of the room, the warm nordic oak floors and closet, the natural tones the room provided already. White this time is being used as the neutral agent that unifies the end result, which focuses now on a friendly and inviting environment. The feeling we are trying to achieve is soft cosiness, we wanted to bring living in the bedroom. The activity of reading, or listening to music while relaxing on the bed, or even on the warm floor. The colours and materials used for the linens (sheets , beddings, blankets), accentuate exactly this feeling of soft cosiness , beige tones were used in combination with muted greens , a combination that succeeds in inviting you in to spend a quiet afternoon or a prolonged morning. The colours themselves are not supposed to be heavy, the opposite, they are chosen for their calming effect, while the light patterned fabrics create an interesting layer that the eye and eventually the body can rest. Details of the styling also help with this, this time around soft colours where chosen for any furniture that matched the warm nordic feel, pale nude leathers, linen beige pouches help with storage of anything that can be hidden in plain view, transparent vases and surfaces that let light fly in without obscuring the colours or patterns we were trying to use to promote an inviting environment. A comfortable setting was created next to the window, where an alternative way is presented on spending an hour on the floor with a blanket reading a book. The stage is set for a comfortable few hours. See more at KK.no.

Used in this styling from Høie online catalog :

Krepp Olive Bed Sheets | Cecilie Olive pillowcases | Krepp Olive striped pillowcases | Wool knitted Olive Blanket

// Photography and Styling by Katerina Dima

 

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Reform and New sustainable design with Dinesen Wood

October 19, 2018


I have long waited for Reform to collaborate with Dinesen, in my mind it was something just naturally bound to be, and I couldn’t be happier when the press email landed in my inbox with photos and news about the results of this collaboration.

For those that might not know Reform, Reform projects start with a basic ingredient – elements from the IKEA kitchen. Then you can add their architect-designed fronts and countertops to create an aesthetic and a personal style that combines quality construction, function and timeless design. New or old IKEA kitchens can be transformed completely, something I am also considering when renovating next time.

The new UP kitchen fronts are created with Architecture offices Lendager . Lendager UP, their initiative, enables the construction industry to address some of the most pressing global challenges through innovative resource use. The company was founded due to the lack of suppliers of upcycle products. Upcycling describes the process whereby the value of waste materials is increased through the recycling process, ideally also creating a product with a longer lifespan than the original.

From my tour to Dinesen this summer, I learned that they dont throw anything from the materials they use. From the smallest piece of wood that can be turned into a small chopping board, to the largest that needs to be treated specially so it won’t break (using the butterfly technique) , everything is used or recycled. Lendager takes this concept even further, instead of keeping these beautiful recycled pieces in the factory, but also taking pieces that are no longer used from displays, galleries, restaurants, any Dinesen project that is being redone, and using it to create the UP kitchen fronts for Reform. Brilliant and eco friendly, a design I can welcome to my own home anyday!

 

//Photos via Reform

 

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