Win a Set of Groove Tea Light Holders with Stuff of Dreams

Win a Set of Groove Tea Light Holders with Stuff of Dreams

Wednesday already! I have something fun lined up for you today. How would you like to win a set of ash tea light holders from Stuff of Dreams? Stuff of Dreams launched their first collection over two years ago now, but the idea behind the brand had been brewing for...
Inside the Studio of Vij5

Inside the Studio of Vij5

Is this the coolest workspace you’ve ever seen? It’s like a greenhouse within a studio within a giant warehouse. It’s the home of Vij5, a Dutch design company who have built their collection through collaborations with a portfolio of other designers. I’d like to tell you a bit about them and show...
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A Taste of the Country (Sort of)

A Taste of the Country (Sort of)

Mooorning! Here’s a little something I found yesterday afternoon and wanted to share. As with so many home tours on this blog, today we’re going to Gothenburg. Maybe I need to widen my net a little. Anyway, the thing I found most striking about this apartment is how the kitchen and living room are sort...
Magnetic Plaster & Friends | Rooms Made For You

Magnetic Plaster & Friends | Rooms Made For You

On Wednesday I was lucky enough to be invited along to an event on the Shangri-La Hotel on the 34th floor of The Shard, to check out some new brand new DIY materials from Rooms Made for You, a newly-launched project from British Gypsum. Never heard of them before? Nor had I. This is because British Gypsum primarily...
German Design in Concrete, Copper & Marble | Studio Joa Herrenknecht

German Design in Concrete, Copper & Marble | Studio Joa Herrenknecht

Studio Joa Herrenknecht is an up-and-coming design studio based in Berlin. Their products focus heavily on geometric shapes and vivid colours in a variety of materials. In addition to their core product range, the team also take on additional graphic and interior design projects which can be viewed on their website. The design studio is now...
Solid Brass Candle Holders by Kim Thome

Solid Brass Candle Holders by Kim Thome

I’m sort of over the copper thing now, and instead getting really into brass. These candle holders are the work of Norwegian-born, London-based designer Kim Thome, simply but aptly named ‘Lump‘. They’re available either as two cylinders or two rectangles, all with an equally-proportioned hole to hold a standard tall candle stick. They look like...
A Tree Branch Pan Rail

A Tree Branch Pan Rail

It’s here! It’s finally here! Today I’m going to share one of my very own DIY projects. Generally I tend to share good ideas that I’ve found elsewhere on this blog, but thanks to a ‘eureka’ moment and the purchase of my first ‘grown-up’ camera I’m finally in a position to show you something that...
Breezy Living in Gothenburg, Sweden

Breezy Living in Gothenburg, Sweden

This bright and breezy apartment is in Gothenburg, Sweden. Check out those wooden floors and subway tiles! Plus it even has a balcony. I’ve become a little bit obsessed with house plants recently, but our basement flat gets so little natural light that any I buy just curl up and die as soon as I...
The Kino Mushroom Lamp by Linadura

The Kino Mushroom Lamp by Linadura

He looks like something you’d find on a woodland walk, but this little guy is actually a table lamp! The Kino, designed by Emmanuel Gardin for Linadura, is made by bending a single sheet of birch multiplex into the shape of a mushroom. The concept behind Kino, much like Gardin’s other designs, is to keep...
Handcrafted Wooden Bunnies from Nämä

Handcrafted Wooden Bunnies from Nämä

I debated saving these little guys for an Easter post, but they’re too irresistible not to share today! They’re designed by Ina Herkert and made from blocks of birch. Since they’re crafted individually by hand, each bunny is slightly different to the last. Available from Nämä, photographs by Ruth Landesa.
The Georg Collection by Skagerak

The Georg Collection by Skagerak

The Georg collection is one of the core ranges of Skagerak, a Danish brand that came to my attention after they exhibited at Home this year. The collection was originally launched in September 2014, limited to the untreated oak pieces you can see here. A year later three new designs (a small mirror, small rack...
The Molosco Dinner Set by Laura Letinsky

The Molosco Dinner Set by Laura Letinsky

Over Christmas I had the pleasure of eating off some beautiful gold rimmed dessert plates at my in-laws’ house, and since then I’ve been a little bit obsessed with gold rims on tableware. When I spotted these plates and bowls by American photographer-turned-designer Laura Letinsky I instantly fell in love. As well as having that all-important shimmery...
SS15 Interiors Trend Preview: Monometric

SS15 Interiors Trend Preview: Monometric

 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 This trend comes courtesy of Trend Bible, my go-to resource for interiors trends. Even if you’re the skeptical type that doesn’t pay much attention to trend forecasts (I’m with you, honestly I am), they can be incredibly interesting to read and are...
The Well Lamp by MEJD

The Well Lamp by MEJD

The Well Lamp by MEJD is inspired by traditional water wells. Suspended from a rope inside the glass case, the bulb can be raised or lowered similar to a bucket being winched in and out of the water. The gradient from transparent to sanded matte glass means you can adjust the brightness of the light as you...