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Dark olive green

December 16, 2016

 
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Fell in love with this shade of dark green used on the walls in a workspace styled by Pella Hedeby and photographed by Kristofer Johnsson for Residence magazine. Feels so cozy and velvet curtains give the whole space a luxurious touch.

 

// photos from Kristofer Johnsson //
 
 

Per Olav Sølvberg for Northern Lightning

September 1, 2016

 
Client: Northern Lighting Styling: Per Olav Sølvberg Photo: Chris Tonnesen

Modern Scandinavian living room, white acorn pendant from Northern Lightning

Kitchen with black cabinets and black backsplash

Creative workspace inspiration. Buddy table lamp from Northern Lightning

Norther Lightning Acorn over wooden dining table

Client: Northern Lighting Styling: Per Olav Sølvberg Photo: Chris Tonnesen

Dark grey wall, interior styling inspiration

 

Inspiring photos from Northern Lightning, styled by Per Olav Sølvberg.

 

 

Introducing Encyclopaedia Urbana + special reader offer

July 26, 2016

 
Monochrome and cozy nordic living room. Encyclopaedia Urbana posters. Styling and photography by Anu Tammiste for Decordots

Encyclopaedia Urbana city map prints. Styling and photography by Anu Tammiste for Decordots

Scandinavian living room, city map posters from Encyclopaedia Urbana. Styling and photography Anu Tammiste for Decordots

Monochrome Scandinavian style living room, green plant, Encyclopaedia Urbana posters. Styling and photography Anu Tammiste for Decordots
 
City map prints are currently really trendy and I’ve updated the wall behind the sofa with two elegant map posters from Encyclopaedia Urbana.

Encyclopaedia Urbana is a collection of over 200 stunning city articles in print format. Every print features a beautiful map along with interesting information about the city and at the bottom of every print there’s also a seal, which makes the print unique. The prints are made of high-quality, durable paper and are shipped worldwide without any additional shipping costs.

This is the perfect gift for someone who’s especially fond of some of the cities in the collection (or some other city, they do take custom requests), or for yourself if you want to make your home or office a little bit more stylish and interesting.
I’m happy to say that Encyclopaedia Urbana has a special offer for Decordots readers – you’ll currently get 20% off the price when using the coupon code DECORDOTS at check out. 

 
// posted in collaboration with Encyclopaedia Urbana
 
 

Light greige walls and styling love

May 17, 2016

 
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interior details, styling, light greige wall color

greige wall color, dark charcoal linen, Menu lamp and walltable

 

This beautiful warm grey-beige (greige) wall color combined with nice styling caught my eye today. It’s a little bit scary that I tend to like interiors with greige walls just a little too much lately – I hope I won’t start thinking about changing wall color in our home…  Too much going on even without it! (As you may guess from the frequency of posts lately…)

Some things on the photos:

Sofa is Salton from Sofacompany, the lamp beside it is Rope Trick from Wrong for Hay.

The trolley is from Domo Design, lamp attached is Noc light from Wrong for Hay, print above the trolley is from Printler.

Bedside table is Menu Yeh wall table, lamp hanging on the wall is versatile Menu Bollard lamp, similar dark grey or black linen bedding can be found from H&M Home collection.

 

Skandinaavia stiilis interjöörides on viimasel ajal üha trendikamaks muutumas soojemates hallides ja hallikas-beežides toonides seinad. Greige on nende toonide ühine nimetaja inglise keeles. Aeg-ajalt taban ennast mõttelt, et oleks huvitav ka oma kodus veidike seinavärviga eksperimenteerida, kuid arvestades mu niigi tihedaid ja sageli unetundidesse sissesõitvaid päevi ei ole see vist hetkel väga hea mõte… 

Spikerdamiseks piltidelt: 

Diivan on Sofacompany Salton, lamp diivani kõrval on Wrong for Hay Rope Trick

Serveerimislaud on Domo Design, sellele kinnituv lamp on Wrong for Hay Noc light, pilt seinal on Printler kollektsioonist.

Lauake voodi kõrval on Menu Yeh wall table, seinal rippuv lamp on Menu Bollard lamp, sarnast tumedat linast voodipesu võib leida H&M Home kollektsioonist (kahjuks nende eesti e-poes hetkel ei tundu saadaval olevat).

 

// Styling by team Evalotta Sundling, Sarah Widman, Elin Kicken, photographed by Cimek for Alvhem Makleri //

 

 

 

News from Muuto

April 26, 2016

 

 
News from Muuto landed today into my inbox and three great new products are soon available.

Control is a new minimalistic lamp with strong references to both original Hi-Fi equipment and industrial control panels. The light is switched on and off with a heavy click by turning the solid but elegant knob, which also regulates the bulbs intensity. The small size of the lamp allows it to fit in where other lamps do not: on narrow windowsills, in tightly-packed bookshelves and on small bedside tables.

Framed is a series of colored glass mirrors designed by the prominent Norwegian design company Anderssen & Voll, who took the approach of giving new perspective to the conservative mirror.

Ply is a new woolen rug with timeless design. Ply comes in five color combinations and in three sizes with finishing tassels in the corners.

 

 

Silke Bonde Under Water collection

April 22, 2016

 
Silke Bonde Under Water collection. Styling Decordots

Silke Bonde watercolor artprint styled by Decordots

Silke Bonde watercolor print, ceramics, branches. Styling by Decordots

 
Copenhagen-based artist Silke Bonde has released new watercolor collection Under Water consisting of three art prints Melt, Stripe and Dot. The collection was inspired by diving trips where she fell in love with the beautiful new world she met beneath the surface. She says “The new “Under water collection” is inspired by the shapes, patterns and structures you find under the sea. They are all made with watercolours to reflect the organic shapes and the floating life. When you dive under the surface the red colour is the first one to disappear. The blue is the last one.”

I’m lucky to have one of these beautiful art prints and I must admit that I fell in love with it as soon as I received it. The shades used are really pretty and it brings lovely spring vibe into my otherwise quite monochrome home.

 

Styling and photos by me.

Posted in collaboration with Silke Bonde.

 
 

Super chunky wool blanket from Ohhio

April 18, 2016

 
Scandinavian bedroom, super chunky wool blanket from Ohhio. Photo Decordots

Cozy Scandinavian style bedroom with super chunky dark grey banket from Ohhio. Photo Decordots

Simple and light bedroom styling. Chunky knit blanket from Ohhio. Photo Decordots

Super chunky merino wool blanket from Ohhio. Photo Decordots

Scandinavian living room. Ohhio super chunky knit blanket. Photo Decordots

Monochrome living room, cozy chunky throw from Ohhio

Chunky wool blanket by Ohhio. Photo Decordots

 

I have always loved chunky knits, both as clothing pieces and as  interior accessories, so I am really happy owning one now from Ohhio.
Ohhio is an Ukraine-based design studio focused on creating hand-made goods for customers who value individuality, honest materials and high quality. The idea behind Ohhio was born when its founder Ukrainian designer Anna Marinenko found herself confronted with a spool of gigantically thick wool. She wanted to make something out of it, but as she didn’t have suitable knitting needles for that task she started knitting with her bare hands. The result was a blanket with gigantic stitches and as she loved its aesthetic so much she ordered more wool. Today all Ohhio pieces are hand knitted with bare hands.

Ohhio has been highly inspired by Nordic culture and lifestyle. Products made by hand from honest and natural material – Australian merino wool – are perfectly in accordance with the concept of slow living and their simple, clean and laconic designs reflect the love for minimalism.

Needless to say, I really love my Ohhio blanket –  it’s luxuriously soft and warm to sit on or wrap around. With its over-sized stitches Ohhio blankets add so much texture wherever used for decorating. It is definitely a statement piece and perfect for creating warm and cozy feeling in a room. In addition to all of that I think that this extreme knit blanket is really photogenic – I love to use it for styling and it looks so good on photos, don’t you agree?

 

Photos and styling by me.
Posted in collaboration with Ohhio.

 
 

Posterlounge and Faces of Nepal + GIVEAWAY

February 24, 2016

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Art is such an important thing in home decor so I’m always happy to find something I like and that goes well with my aesthetics and style of my home – my new photo art print from Faces of Nepal collection definitely fits in perfectly!

Not only does the photos look beautiful in their simplicity, there’s also a deeper story behind them. Namely, Faces of Nepal is a charity project by German photographer Sophia Maier in collaboration with Posterlounge. The proceeds from the sale of her photos are donated to the initiative Hilfe für Nepal, which helps rebuild the country after the earthquake of 2015.

Faces of Nepal collection is sold by Posterlounge, an online shop for high-quality art prints, movie posters, modern illustrations and beautiful photography created by both contemporary and historical artists. They have really wide selection of wall art and no matter what art style you prefer you probably find something that fits in. The company is based in Leipzig and they ship worldwide.

 

GIVEAWAY.

I’m happy to announce that Posterlounge is giving away a photo print from Faces of Nepal collection to one of you, dear readers! Just write the name of your favorite photo from the collection in comments and you are in! The winner can choose the photo he or she would like to get. Giveaway is open worldwide and the winner will be announced here and on our Facebook page on 3rd March.

 

Posted in collaboration with Posterlounge. Photos and styling by me.

 

Tulips season

February 17, 2016

 
white tulips monochrome Scandinavian living room
 
Tulips are one of my favourite spring flowers and bringing them home is like allowing the spring to move in bit by bit. Although most of the days are still quite dark and grey here, it’s so much more light around compared to the time a month ago. Today it’s so beautiful and sunny  and it feels that spring is not far away any more (at least when staying inside where you don’t feel the cold wind).

Also, I wanted to let you know that there’s a giveaway running on my Instagram account where you have a chance to win a a print of your choice from One Must Dash. Don’t miss the chance!
 
 

Christmas preparations

December 15, 2015

 
Christmas preparations

Nordic Christmas inspiration

Christmas styling

Natural Christmas inspiration

Simple Christmas inspiration
 
Finally I have started to decorate for Christmas. I was waiting for the first snow to get that right spirit for Christmas preparations, but I can’t wait any longer… For me decorating our home for Christmas means bringing some green branches inside, adding some extra candles and of course Christmas tree, which will be brought home some days before Christmas. Baking gingerbread cookies, listening to Christmas carols and wrapping those carefully chosen presents for the dearest are definitely also in my Christmas list.
 
 
// photos and styling by me //
 
 

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