Monday, 20 July 2015 by Irene Hoofs
Kick off the week with some new pillows to change it up in your living room. Spice things up with some new colours and prints on the couch. These new linen throw pillows were just added to the collection over at Cotton and Flax and we love how simple and fun they are. Every piece is cut, printed and sewn in Los Angeles.
Hoping over to the Cotton and Flax website, we also spotted some outrageously adorable prints on notebooks..
Monday, 13 July 2015 by Irene Hoofs
Captured by Australian ceramic artist, Andrei Davidoff 's, smoke-curl brushwork on his white porcelain pieces. The calligraphy-like strokes and the dark stoneware clay in the series would create a pop against any item or food placed on them.
Andrei's pieces can be seen as minimalist, which is not surprising with his love for Japanese ceramics and Scandinavian design.
Monday, 6 July 2015 by Irene Hoofs
Japanese label, Lue, believes that the hands are the most accurate and delicate. Even more so than machines when creating their range of handmade brass pieces. Working exclusively with Brass, the studio creates utensils, stationary and accessories out of their workshop in Japan. They see brass as a beautiful material that becomes more attractive with age, which is in line with the philosophy behind their products - made to last.
Monday, 29 June 2015 by Irene Hoofs
Based in France, Wo & We produces a collection of hand crafted contemporary lamps or rather sculptural lighting fixtures. The lamps are attached to the wall and are made up of adjustable "limbs" that be moved around to fit the space you are in.. or if you wish to shine a spotlight on a particular area.
Whether by the bed or in the dining area, these lamps are 100% cool and take up zero floor space which is already a plus factor in any home.
Monday, 22 June 2015 by Irene Hoofs
Anyone who's seen the Bloesem space knows about our love for the trestle legs that hold up our table tops. Thin and elegant, they don't take up much leg space and gives the space a light and airy feeling. And New gives us that same feeling. Using steel, Jo and Mirka have a minimal design aesthetic topped with a beautiful colour range.
Their powder coated designs bring a playful element to any space, with the use of colour and geometry in form. Produced in small batches in Britain, each piece is unique.. we love the playfulness they have injected into the pieces of furniture we view more as practical pieces in our home.
Monday, 15 June 2015 by Irene Hoofs
The fact is that plants are beautiful but they don't stay that way too long, especially when you forget to water them 3 days in a row because you were swamped at the office. It can sometimes be tough keeping plants alive, we know that for a fact, especially when the weather isn't always on your side.
Tableau by Pikaplant is an automatic (music to our ears) plant watering tray. It mimics the natural wet-dry cycle of groundwater, for healthier herbs and house plants. It uses no electricity and waters up to 4 plants. We've got smart phones, now we've got smart plants.. the simple design also makes this a great addition to any window sill or office table. We won't have the fear of plants dying on us before we remember to water them. Definitely something exciting to start the week off with!
We should support great inventions so here's their kickstarter campaign..