Città is a design brand from New Zealand that gets inspired by the worlds unique cultures. In their home collections they share a global design story through beautiful home products. The Città Winter Collection 2017 – Elevation – is inspired by the natural wonder of Bolivia. The rugged, raw, and impossibly beautiful nature is translated into bold design with warm, moody and rich colors. Chunky textures, bold shapes and simple geometrics and plaids collide with exaggerated weaves and knits with subtle reference to the 60s. The promo images of this collection are absolutely stunning. The combination of the raw architecture with the cozy textures and warm colours is absolutely perfect and very inspiring.
Christmas is approaching fast so it’s time to start thinking about on how to get your home in holiday spirits. A few weeks ago I already showed you the IKEA Christmas collection and today I’m showing you H&M’s Christmas collection for 2016. The H&M Christmas collection is filled with traditional Christmas colors so you can expect a lot of red and blue. They have a lovely selection of tree ornaments, cozy pillows and other decorations to give your home the ultimate Christmas feeling.
Architecture meets home decor in the new Zara Home collection. Zara has chosen an impressive location to showcase their autumn/winter linen collection. It’s not accidental that Zara picked The Labyrinth Home of Spanish sculptor Xavier Corbero to present their new campaign. The linen collection is inspired by clean architectural lines, minimalist dyes and colors of natural materials. I can think of no better way than to show the new Zara Home items in such an impressive architectural building. The elegant and natural spaces present the new items in the best way possible and thereby creating a link between the inspiring architecture and their new home decor collection.
Is it that time of the year already? Only last week we had a heatwave in The Netherlands but IKEA has already launched its Christmas collection. I must say I’ve debated whether or not to post this already, but now fall has officially arrived I just have to share these wonderful new IKEA Christmas images. The collection is inspired by Swedish folk from the 1800s. They’ve used simple and natural materials such as yarn, wool, linen and wood. The collection is in true winter colors such as grey, black and white with seasonal touches in red and silver. I love the dark moody colors and seeing these images really make me want to get my home in holiday mood. The collection includes lovely lighting to create a warm and cozy atmosphere. Combine this with cozy fabrics, seasonal decorations and warm colors and your home in winter proof!
Bohemian rooms are everywhere at the moment. You might think that a bohemian room is always filled with color with very busy decor, which isn’t the case. Bohemian rooms come in various styles, from the colorful eccentric ones to a more neutral style. What the various bohemian rooms do have in common is that they’re filled with textiles, they have a very cozy vibe and most importantly there are no rules! Bohemian rooms are all about creating a space that you’re comfortable in, with items that have meaning for you that you love to show off. Now you might have just moved to a new dorm room (exciting!) and looking for a way to make your space your own. Or maybe you’re sick of you old decor and want to create a bohemian vibe in your room. Whatever the reason get inspired by these wonderful bohemian rooms and see how you can get the bohemian look!
I’m having one of those days that I’m completely obsessed with one color. Today I’m in a very blush mood. Even though we’re slowly going towards autumn and its darker colors I want to hang on to the soft light colors of spring and summer. Rose quartz is one of the colors of the years so you’re seeing this soft pink everywhere now. But this color is not just for one year, it looks so wonderful in many interior styles that surely it’s here to stay.
Hunting for George is launching a new art print collection called ‘Golden Years’ that celebrates the warmth and positivity of summer. You might remember Hunting for George from this amazing loft apartment that I featured some months ago. Even though Hunting for George’s collection has expanded in the last years with furniture, bedding and accessories they haven’t forgotten how it all started for the Australian retailer. In 2012 Hunting for George’s first product was their Dr. Seuss print and now they are giving us a new print collection with typographic ánd photographic prints that will give you major summer feelings.
Swedish brand H&M isn’t just for clothes, they also have an amazing H&M Home collection. New images – shot by Pia Ulin – of the Fall 2016 collection have been released and they are amazing! The collection is in true autumn colors with lots of textiles in grey and blue. Also there is a lovely new rug collection with great patterns. So if you want to move away from IKEA a little bit (altough their new collection is amazing) you can shop some of the new H&M Home Fall collection. Get inspired by these images and be ready to give your home a fall look. (images by Pia Ulin & H&M)
Golden details in interior design, I feel as if it’s been a bit pushed aside by brass and copper but gold works very well if you want to create a classy summer feeling in your home. In combination with creamy white and light wood you can create a lovely summer interior that doesn’t feel like Christmas decor. These spaces styled by Marianne Luning are beautiful examples on how to decorate your home with golden details and thereby creating a home ready for summer. And to make everything even more beautiful the spaces all have beautiful raw and unfinished brick walls which gives the golden spaces an edgy feeling.
Tine K Home just released its Fall 2016 catalog and it is filled with beautiful interior inspiration. The colour scheme of the Fall 2016 Collection of Tine K Home is inspired by the pale colors found in flower bouquets and botanic plants and how those colors work together. Previous collections and elegant hotel interiors inspired Tine K to design new elegant furniture such as daybeds and poufs in moss green and dark velvet. Just click here to see the entire Tine K Home Fall 2016 Collection and get inspiration for your fall home.