Beautiful lighting by &Tradition, displayed at ICFF. Sensuous and understated.
Arrangement on a white wall of mostly Scandinavian artwork (except for one).
A warm, modern, organically shaped sofa for flexible living by Cloverleaf. Depending on how and where it is situated in a room, it can make an important design statement, but given its shape, it must make sense aesthetically and functionally in the room.
Such richly interesting objects in a window of an antique store on Ravnsborggade in Copenhagen and the reflection adds the perfect touch. I took this picture because I wanted to remember the painting on the left side of the window - a classic modern style.
A mix of styles and neutrals in these eclectic dining and living rooms in a Copenhagen apartment. It’s the way to combine comfort and elegance.
A charming table that is situated in a hallway just next to an apartment door. It’s a beautiful and simple arrangement of interesting objects and textures.
Clean white kitchen with texture in the Invita showroom in Copenhagen-a black textured tile backsplash adds continuity and interest. The wide planked highly textured natural flooring is beautifully textured and adds warmth. A warm, modern kitchen.
A vignette of the new Fredericia furniture showroom in Copenhagen. A fresh take on classic furniture set against a centuries old wall. The dark gray wide floor boards was also a new take on Scandinavian flooring, most often having a natural finish.
A stunning and elegant Christmas design and one that is beautifully simple. Image by Bolig Liv.
Another beautiful arrangement to bring a bit of nature indoors and add a feeling of warmth via the freestanding candles. Arranged on a formal platter, it’s a lovely contrast, perfect to dress up the kitchen table or island. Shot at Klassens restaurant on Bornholm, Denmark.
Laminate textures can replicate nature with a twist, accentuating line, texture and color. Soft laminate paired with soft aluminum pulls seems practically timeless.
Please join me today for a Twitter chat on kitchen finds from High Point. Designer Tamara Stephenson will be the guest host and has just come back from High Point, in part, looking for trends and ways to incorporate home furnishings for other uses into the kitchen - alternative storage pieces, multi-use furnishings, dining trends and more.
Kitchen Design Chat Monday Oct 22 at 5:30 pm ET #KDChat - just go to tweetchat.com and enter KDChat
Wood enveloping the space adds a calming effect, perfect for punches of color