After having two fabulous days, on a course, in a quaint little place near Copenhagen in Denmark it’s not so easy to get back to work again. BUT I have given a huge dose of inspiration, and can’t wait to get all my creative ideas put in to action! AND THINGS ARE HAPPENING! Some new and exciting plans are being made for the next Interiør & Bolig messen in Bergen this September. So I’m really excited but can’t say anything about it yet till when all is in box!
Anyway today I’m spreading a tip from a friend in New Zealand. With the world being so small in all, it’s fun to see what going on the other side of the world with interior. Urbismagasine is a great source of info in for design, architecture and interior in New Zealand. Love it.
The turquoise colour scheme here is so divine and calming; the joining of the hallway in to the bedroom is so simple and very elegant. And I just dig the light on the wall in the hallway as well. Just simply beautiful.
Happy day everyone.
Today I want to share with you an amazing designer from New Zealand. Jeremy Coles lighting are inspirited of the nature and flora from New Zealand. All the lamps leaves are handmade in porcelain. They are masterpieces to look at, so elegant and delicate, and the workmanship that has been put into them just takes your breath away. So take a look at his website, where you can read and see more of his beautiful work. I’m loving this…
pics via Fancy
Happy day everyone…
The amazing contrasts of wood with stone, the remarkable cleverness of the lines in the homes and houses are truly well done. How they bring the outside inside, and the creative use of wood in the bathroom with the basin is simply brilliant. I’m finding myself mighty impressed with New Zealand architects calling themselves Herbstarchitects. Let nature come in the door…
All pictures from their website.
Happy inspirational weekend everyone…
…this popped up on my screen…the most breathtaking home I have seen for a long time, Waikopua House is located on Waiheke Island off the coast of New Zealand. The outside living area, the combination of stone, wood and the nature, the simpleness to all the details inside screams a well thought through home…okay now I’m feeling homesick…take me home…please!
You can read and see many many more delicious pictures from inside the house at Freshome. Thanks to Freshome for a spectacular insight to a stunning home.
Happy weekend everyone:-)