Category Archives: Furniture & Lighting

MELO STUDIO | HANDCRAFTED MINIMALISM

21 December 2015

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I want to introduce you to Melo Studio today. A new Swedish furniture brand that focuses on minimalism, removing all unnecessary details and combining it with quality craftsmanship using only the best materials and paying immaculate attention to detail.

They call their aesthetics ‘humble minimalism’ aiming to create a modest look and enabling their products to blend into your own environment.

The photography had me at hello and I’m itching to run my hands over their beautifully finished products. Needless to say I’m a fan of their pared back design and love the fact that they only use solid wood. Isn’t that desk gorgeous with the angled edges and v-shaped legs!? I can’t wait to see more of them.

 
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melo studio, swedish, sweden, quality craftsmanship, solid wood, minimalism, humble, aesthetics, pared back, beautifully finished, desk, stool, mirror, style, trend, interiors, interior design, styling

 
MORE INFORMATION & PHOTOGRAPHY | Melo Studio

 
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PEOPLE TO WATCH | COPENHAGEN MOBEL SNEDKERI

2 October 2015

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The smell of wood is so evocative for me that I was immediately drawn into this story I found on Residence Magazine. Kim Dolva is a master craftsman who cleverly talked his way into working at a guitar workshop when he was 19 because he loved the smell of wood, the craftsman’s passion and attention to detail. After an excursion into the world of graphic design he eventually started Kobenhavns Mobel Snedkeri seven years ago with Søren Jespersen whom he met during his studies.

His office and showroom is a *dream* displaying individual products like chairs, tables and beds as well as customised kitchens, bathrooms and storage solutions. Clients from all round the world now line up for the bespoke service and he’s going to add pieces he picks up on his travel to his shop alongside the showroom in Copenhagen to complete the ‘look’.

His own home has a modern rustic feel with stark white walls, ceilings and floors focussing the attention on his craftsmanship with stunning cabinets and a walk-in closet Carrie Bradshaw would die for. The kitchen units are made of solid smoked oak with hand carved brass knobs and drawers with solid carved insets for utensils to nestle into.

Is it wrong that I want to stroke it all!?
 

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MORE INFORMATION | Kobenhavns Mobel Snedkeri
PHOTOGRAPHY | via Residence Magazine with thanks
 
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THE APARTMENT BY ANOTHER COUNTRY | LDF2015

29 September 2015

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Oh, how I love living in London and London Design Festival is one of my favourite weeks of the year. I was invited to see The Apartment at Perseverance Works in East London which had been designed in collaboration with British tastemaker Suzy Hoodless.

Another Country were celebrating their fifth birthday and it was inspiring to see a whole domestic setting fitted out with furniture and accessories designed and produced since 2010. I’ve long been a fan of their contemporary British design which advocates traditional slow values as founder Paul de Zwart explains:

“Another Country was, quite literally, crafted from a workshop in Dorset with one simple idea: to create a relevant, modern brand that expressed a set of values through furniture. Furniture that was made to last, inspired by archetype, produced sustainably, and fairly priced.”

The Apartment also included complementary pieces from likeminded brands such as Vanderhurd textiles, industrial lighting from Workstead, and artwork by Serpentine Galleries and David Murphy, showcasing the versatility of their collections and narrating the brand’s values and ethos.

You can see more of the commissioned Dorset series in Another Country’s showroom on Crawford Street in Marylebone including some beautiful photography by Rich Stapleton.

 
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MORE INFORMATION | Another Country
PHOTOGRAPHY | October with thanks
 
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COOL STUFF | IKEA ALEX DESK

21 September 2015

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With the shop opening, blogging and design work my desk is overflowing and I’ve taken a shine to this new IKEA Alex Desk. It’s designed by Johanna Asshoff and has plenty inbuilt storage as well as space for hiding ugly cables.
Anna Mårselius did a fantastic styling job perfectly capturing the slightly darker autumn mood that’s slowly creeping in.

Don’t you just love the dark grey colour!?
 

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VIA | IKEA
PHOTOGRAPHY | Ragnar Ómarsson
STYLING | Anna Mårselius
 
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CELEBRATING 60 YEARS OF SERIES 7 CHAIR

3 December 2014

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The Series 7™ chair designed by Arne Jacobsen back in the 1960ies has become a design icon and I love it’s form and function in equal measure.

To celebrate the diversity of contexts that this iconic chair has performed in during its first 60 years of life – from MoMA in New York to Centre Bakery in Tokyo Fritz Hansen have created two jubilee models in special colours. A masculine edition with a dark blue lacquer shell and powder-coated burnished legs. And a feminine edition dressed in pale pink lacquer with 24-ct gold-plated legs.

Explaining the design background and inspiration for the jubilee edition Fritz Hansen says:

The 60th Anniversary Edition of the Series 7 is inspired by the notion that ‘opposites attract’, a key theme in interior design right now. The 60th Anniversary Edition of the Series 7 chair is all about contrast – in materials and colours. While the deep dark blue and the pale pink may contrast each other, they also interact to create a calm and elegant look, attracting and complementing one another. To mark the 60th anniversary of this iconic chair, each chair has a golden plate mounted on the underside of the shell.

I don’t know about you but I want BOTH. #modernproblems

 

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MORE INFORMATION & PHOTOGRAPHY | Fritz Hansen with thanks
 
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