My May Wishlist

Jonas Wagell has designed the Julep sofa for Tacchini which was inspired by the Avant-Hard furniture of the fifties. The sofa is distinct by its soft, enveloping shape and romantic allure. Skagerak’s Georg stool, designed by Chris Liljenberg Halstrøm, …

String grid as a bathroom organizer

If you’re familiar with String then I’m sure one of the first products that comes to mind is probably their Pocket shelf. We’ve owned a few at home, some in white and oak. They’re perfect for spring small objects in the kitchen, bedroom or wherever. I …

A bedroom in pink shows off what’s new from String

A great way to get a taste for the latest offerings from Swedish shelving and storage brand, String, is by taking a look at this room styled with pops of pink. I’d also like to point out that the space if not overly feminine either, this is a pink that…

Scandinavian Home Office Essentials

I’ve been looking at some of my favourite interior design brands and have come up with this wish list of products for my perfect Scandinavian home office.

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Using yellow in interiors

In the past I have been opposed to yellow in general, speaking out against it and then only mildly in favor of it in posts past. Generally speaking I’m not one to get excited about bright colors, but what’s the point of an opinion if you can’t change it? Lately I’ve seen more golden mustard yellows and I am really warming up to the look, especially when paired with another warm neutral like a pale brown or taupe.

Above is pictured a project by Claude Missir and features Synapse pendant lights from Apparatus Studio.

Gubi’s Nagasaki chairs with yellow seat cushions.

A collage of interior pieces in mustard yellow including:

A bathroom with an amazing yellow sink and toilet.

I’ve also gathered a few more favorites in this golden yellow shade below, including a non-interior piece, a dress by Lauren Manoogian that is just the perfect warm color for Spring.

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string steel

String has released a limited edition stainless steel String Pocket designed by Mats Theselius with brushed shelves and electropolished end panels, suitable for indoor or outdoor use.Oh, swoon!

new from String

I wanted to share this news from String 2016,

“We continue our outstanding collaborations with Lotta Agaton (styling), Magnus Ingerstedt (AD) and Marcus Lawett (photography). The end of 2015 was marked by the making and taking of new, fantastic images with focus on showing how the String system can be utilized in the best possible way. Our aim with this year’s catalogue was to display examples of different rooms showing how String fits in everywhere; in the hallway, the bathroom, the bedroom, the living room, in the home office and, last but not least, in the kitchen.”

I am very drawn to these warm colors, they feel so inviting and peaceful.

new String styling

New work for String by Magnus Ingerstedt, styled by Lotta Agaton and photogrpahed by Marcus Lawett.A bit about the pieces featured above:String system | “The base in our history. Just as modern now as 1949 when designed. The flexibility and easiness with the system makes it a Scandinavian classic.”String plex | “Is this a new design? we often hear. But no, the clear Perspex panels was designed in the 5o’s as a complement to the ladder shelf.”String pocket | “The smallest member in our family. So small it fits in almost every space. Now in two new colors, green and cobalt blue.”String works | “The newcomer. Designed by Björn Dahlström and Anna von Schewen it fits at home as well as in the office.The height adjustable table and the free standing shelf makes it easy to create a flexible working space.”