Get your dining room ready for fall with cambria
Cambria Dining chair| QLIV
Almost time to say goodbye to Summer and to slowly be getting ready for Fall. For me, Fall is all about coming together, enjoying a home cooked meal with the last harvest of the garden and having a good long chat around the dining table. Going back inside instead of eating outdoors. So, to get your dining room Fall proof, here a very comfortable favorite: the Cambria chair from the Dutch brand QLIV, especially in that warm rusty color! - Vivian
INTERIOR DESIGN BY APRIL AND MAY
new products by iittala
brighten up your home with Iittala
The new season brings with it new items to brighten up your home decorations and dining experience. Iittala classics such as Aalto vases shine in brand new colours and the exciting variation of new designs allow you to make a personal choice for your home, gifts and all dining moments.
Find their novelties and the new colour options of Iittala classics down below
created by Danish designer Chris L. Halstrøm, who’s also behind Skagerak’s popular Georg Series
Paper cord is a natural and long lasting material that requires minimal maintenance. The weaving is a time-consuming process carried out by hand ensuring the best results and durability.
‘Vent’ means ‘wait’ in Danish – and the stool was originally designed as a museum chair, perfect for taking a small break while ‘waiting’.
Vent stool is produced in collaboration with the Danish organization ‘Blindes Arbejde’ which employs blind and visually impaired people in the manufacturing of hand-made design. The organization and its employees has a long tradition for expertise in weaving paper cord seats.
SCANDINAVIAN LIVING | APRIL AND MAY
In 2017 we started working for the Dutch magazine Scandinavian Living by BoBedre. Since then we styled more then 10 amazing interiors together with photographer Sjoerd Eickmans, including two covers, something that makes us very proud. And we will continue our work with new homes that will certainly inspire you, and us!
The latest issue is out now, featuring the home of Cindy and her family. Dream kitchen, right? It was again a pleasure to work in such beautiful environment.