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staying Neutral

Annaleena Leino Interiors founded by Annaleena Karlsson, a Finnish interior stylist and interior designer who lives in Stockholm Sweden. Her latest styling work is is for a Alexander White residence which has been furnished with some beautiful pieces from Mass Productions. I’m in love with the neutral colours in this apartment, styled by – lots of browns and greys...

DIG INN

A recent project by studio ASH, 'Dig inn' -a small chain restaurant located in Boston USA features peachy-pink furniture designed by ASH accompanied with warm grey, natural oak, steel, and white marble to tie the space aesthetic together," said a statement from Dig Inn. By way of design and style, the restaurant is divided into 3 separate spaces: the...

Lucid Dreams

Whoever said pastels is out and gone, well they are wrong. Soft dreamy colours, round curved furniture and sheer drapes creates a dreamy interior that you wouldn’t want to leave. 80’s inspired interiors seems to be trending in 2017 - the Posea bench designed by Gran Studio is a contemporary take on a 80’s feel furniture piece. The bench comes in grey or pale pink...

Monochrome Simplicity

It seems monochrome is taking over yet once again, with a multitude of black and white rooms demanding attention. From the living room to the bathroom you can work this trend into any part of your home. Black and white never dates and to me it adds boldness and depth to any space. When working with a monochrome room you can have fun layering different...

The Forecast earthy tones

With Autumn here, there’s no better time to start warming up our homes with colour and texture. The hue on everyone’s home-decorating radar this year is Terracotta - favoured for its down-to-earth feel yet sophisticated aesthetic. Tierras Industrial tile collection by Mutina and Patricia Urquiola consists of different kind of lavas, of terracotta and of clays, chromaticaly matching with each other. You can find this...

Spicy Velvets – The forecast

Autumn has arrived and it’s all about velvet, mustard and shades of moody blues. The Pantone colour spicy mustard brings us to a warmer place, not yellow neither orange, it is something in between. Mustard works particularly well with a mix of dark traditional wood and reclaimed rough floorboards. This type of yellow pairs perfectly with dark gloomy blues, - paint a room with a...

Shades of Green

Forest greens are making a return along with soft earthy browns. From feature walls to furnishings green is in strong force. Subdued greens paired with marble, bronzed finishes, and the drapes of linen is an on trend combo that relies simply on pared-back design. Aesop’s latest German store designed by Belgian studio Vincent Van Duysen Architects in collaboration with PSLAB, is a simple interior using...

Refined Industrial – The Forecast

I call it ‘Refined Industrial’ the new updated version of ‘industrial’ that has a minimalist approach. You can’t go wrong with a simple palette of black, white, grey and of course to add warmth light timber and tan leather accents. Internal blackened steel framed doors against white smooth rendered walls Internal blackened steel framed doors against white smooth rendered walls creates a bold contrast to any...

THE FORECAST: Flora Paradise

Start the new year with a punch of floral and don’t be scared to overload with pink. Pink is back and confident as ever. Create your own pretty in pink jungle by layering different textures like woven rattan with the Bamboo light by Daphna Laurens. Pair it up with the Windy Armchair by Angeletti Ruzza Design, it is self-confident and casual in its design which...

The Forecast – Botanical Bliss

A paired back interior with simple lines, Terrazzo stone, natural fibres and greenery is my idea of a botanical bliss environment. Muted & subdued shades create a laid-back aesthetic that is great for the summer season. Fibonacci Stone have an outstanding range of fun Terrazzo colours that are not only beautiful to look at but are backed by a commitment to sustainability. Make the materials...

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