I just came by one of my favorite blogs "My scandinavian home" by swedish Niki, and love how she has styled her home with the Diamant & Diamant pattern posters from my webshop. I think that both the more graphic setup in the office (with the diamant pattern poster in the right top corner) and the more nature-ish feel from her living room is so cool!
Have a look at Nikis blog here and have a look at my webshop KATHAPULT DESIGNSHOP if you would like a poster to decorate your home too!
Previous week I went to the launch of a new collaboration between danish ceramicist and product designer Ole Jensen and upcoming new danish brand Room Copenhagen. The collection consist of products for storage, cooking and serving and I had the chance to bring home some of the products. I really think the color scheme is so fresh and yet I love that I'm able to combine them with a lot of the things I already have in my own small collection of kitchenware. Especially I love the baby-blue colored jug and the shiny yellow juicer! The collection also have lovely and practical bowls in different sizes and colors, as well as cups, plates and various kitchen tools!
To see more of the collection and original press photos or to learn more about the designer, CLICK HERE.
Products on the pictures:
Jug, juicer and white cup // Ole Jensen for Room Copenhagen
Yesterday I paid a visit to the showroom of new danish – may I say luxurious – design brand 'Nordic Night'. Using the finest materials and socially conscious production methods, their handmade products range from blankets and pillows to the softest bed linen. The Nordic Night concept takes inspiration in the nordic nature and design tradition, combined with impressions from traveling around the world. I'm really in love with the lovely patterned pillows – they've got a very graphic look too – that would look perfect in my new sofa. Other than that, their cashmere blankets are truly the softest ones I've ever felt, and even though the prices range in the higher end, this is an investment that would last for years!
If you're curious to learn more – have a look at their website.
This weekend I went by the Normann Copenhagen flagship store in Copenhagen (Østerbro) to buy this cool and very useful shoerack named – SKO – for our hallway (I goes perfectly with the light grey wall! – I'll show you some pictures later when the entire hallway is done!). I love the perfect combination of the very nordic ask wood frame with the industrial look of the grey steel shelves. The shoerack is designed by Simon Legald for Normann Copenhagen – and it also comes in white. Learn more here.
I absolutely love this different way of showcasing a portfolio, done by Madethought, who did this to celebrate their ten years anniversary. And their work is amazing! I already laid my eyes on these lovely pictures some years ago, but today when I came across them once again, I simply had to share. Their portfolio is really my style, and I would love to work on similar projects like these. Madethought website HERE.
This friday wishlist consist of 3 different things that is on my personal wishlist at the moment and at least the two of the wishes are classic items that you keep for a long time.
1. Been dreaming of this classic Prada Tote bag in black leather for some months now, it's a perfect clean-cut and simple, yet very elegant, bag that goes with almost everything.
2. From danish jewelry brand Jane Kønig, I think the small love tag necklace in gold plated silver is such a cute idea, and a tag with the first letter in my boyfriends name along with a diamant pendant in one chain would be a perfect match.
3. The IT book by Alexa Chung – because the book cover is pink and because I think she's a pretty cool young lady