Restful and close to nature are key words that we want to bring into our homes this year. Sound familiar? Quite right! You could say that interior decoration is like a wheel - and we don't reinvent those every year, do we? Instead, you could see interior design trends as further developing on last year, and you bring your favourites along with you, shake them up a bit and add a couple of new details.
Timeless. Minimalistic. Warm. Rustic. There are many expressions of this popular interior design trend, and they are all important cornerstones for those who choose to embrace a more harmonious philosophy for the home. Japandi is an exciting hybrid trend that has successfully fused two great styles to create a world of both perfection and sustainability.
The Christmas star is a fun and nice Christmas DIY that sets the mood immediately. That it can also vary in shape and size makes it relevant year after year. In this article, we show you how to make glittery decorative stars to decorate the packages, decorate a set table or hang in the Christmas tree to name a few examples.
A stormy love story with the sea in focus. The sea. So soothing and peaceful, but at the same time so incredibly powerful. Many people feel a strong attraction to the sea – and so does the artist Marti Marais and the design studio Summer House. Together they have created a completely new and unique collection, with the love of the sea as a starting point.
At this point in late summer, many of us are looking forward to snuggling up indoors again. We are simply getting ready for a new season. Autumn is approaching quickly. So, load up now with your favorites, a soft blanket and lit candles, and we will offer you maximum inspiration in the fall trends. Or, how about muted and cozy, soft lines and restful tones? Also, good news for those who love the 90s; "ugly-cool" fruit patterns and bright colors are just right. Join us on a tour through the four hottest trends this fall!
Don't we all want to have more sunny days and warm evenings? The long previous winter has since been forgotten and, instead of thinking about the approaching autumn, we are enjoying the late summer weather and continuing to socialize, take excursions and perhaps the occasional refreshing dip in the sea and lakes. Swedish summer quite simply at its best! And it is right now that we are creating the memories which we want to keep with us. For a long time. Don't forget to immortalize them - through wall murals, prints and posters, that can provide brightness and warmth well into the autumn.
The ordinary Friday bouquet of a bunch of fresh flowers has in the past year been replaced by a more eco-friendly and sustainable alternative, namely: dried plants. This trend was already widely visible in the 70s and 80s and is now often seen on social media and in every other home. Dried plants last a long time and eliminate the need to invest in a new bouquet every week.
Summer is just around the corner and vacation will soon be here. Because travel is still a bit restrictive, we thought we'd give you some tips on how to create a dream destination in your own home. We've collected six popular locations with simple interior design tips for creating that wonderful vacation feeling right in your home, without having to travel halfway around the world.
Trees have sprouted and it won't take long for nature to be in full bloom, as the lovely days of summer come around. What motifs, patterns and colours does this summer have in store for us? In this article, we review three different and possibly popular trends for the brightest season.
We are in the midst of a pandemic, and the wind of change is constantly blowing. We hardly know what to expect from next week – or tomorrow, for that matter. We rethink and adapt. Let's look at where the trends are heading in 2021, despite the uncertainty around us.
Right now, we all live in a world marked by uncertainty for the future. What will happen to the pandemic and what will happen to climate change? What will our everyday life look like in the future and how much do we need to change?
The use of colour psychology is widespread in areas such as brand science and marketing, but it is also an important tool in interior design. Colours can affect the mood of a room more than any other interior detail. Different colours evoke different emotions, so when you decorate your home, it is important to think about what atmosphere you want to create and what personality traits you want to highlight in the room. In this article, we have compiled a short guide to the most common colours and tips on where in your home they can have the greatest effect.