A pattern made by people in love…
Our swedish design seen through the eyes of australian interior designers!
Out of curiosity we followed one of the wallpaper orders that we receive each day to its new home address… An exciting meeting to say the least.
Part 2, Spectrum – Behind the scenes. Our designers have had fun during the making of this colorful collection, find out more about the ideas behind the designs here.
Part 1, Spectrum – Behind the scenes. A new design collection wallpapers in a happy tribute to colour! Get to know our design process a little bit more here.
Joy permeates the patterns and wall murals included in the Garden Glory chapter of the Greenhouse collection. They will warm your walls no matter how cold and gray the day is.
Oh, how easy it is to just go with the flow in interior design! It’s practical to let the trends and perfect ideas of professional thinkers rush towards you and allow yourself to get swept away in the jumble of colors, shapes and details.
The selection was made from Beckman’s College of Design, Konstfack, Forberg’s Skola, Bergh’s School of Communication and the School of Design and Crafts in Gothenburg. The selected graduation projects shows a width of innovative, unique and rebellious achievements where boldness and aesthetics goes hand in hand. Enjoy!
Can your inner child come out and play? Toys, furniture and other playful interior design highlights. Some of the highlights from Salone del Mobile and Milan Design Week were on the more playful side.
At our recent visit to Milan Design Week we couldn’t help but to notice that a lot of designers seemed to have found inspiration from architecture and constructions. Among the furnitures we got glimpses of building sites, pylons and construction cranes.
Milan Design Week left our heads buzzing with impressions, ideas and inspiration. Now that we have gathered our thoughts, the most striking and lasting impression was contrast. Contrasts between old/new. Polished and rugged. Minimalistic and maximalistic. Technological and traditional craftsmanship. The most vivid example is perhaps the exhibition at Museo Bagatti Valsecchi, curated by Rossana Orlandi.
Right now it’s hard to open a magazine, blog or pinterest without seeing pineapples, bananas and other fruitastic details. Most of all we love this pattern Jugend goes Bananas by Linn Warme.