As an avid traveler, I have to admit that there has been one particular city on my travel wish list for quite a while: Copenhagen. The Danish capital seems to be a real design hub in northern Europe and hosts some of the finest design brands and interior stores. Luckily, the web allows us to travel across boarders with one or two clicks and so I’ve decided to take you on a little inspiring visit to a fabulous Danish home decor brand: Bloomingville.
The unique Bloomingville style is a mixture of raw products with a nostalgic Scandinavian twist and reproductions of fantastic pieces from times past inspired by French brocante. Whether you’re looking for an accent vase, beautiful kitchenware or fine home textiles, Bloomingville has a vast range of beautiful pieces for happy homes.
My personal highlights are the transparent, slightly irregular vases in different hues that seem to glow when daylight shines through them. And I am in love with the vintage inspired boards, especially the one saying ‘Happiness is not a destination, it is a way of life’. What a perfect sentence to round-up this Friday post!
What do you think of Bloomingville? Have you ever been to Copenhagen? If so, do you have tips for me?
Photography via Bloomingville
Lovely photography, really colourful and stylish. Lots of items on my wishlist now!
My Xmas wish list is growing too, Becky:-))
The styling and the products themselves are spectacular. Can’ have enough of those vases. And it’s nice that Bloomingville is getting so much of love in blogland – had just finished reading Holly’s post on the same on decor8 and hopped to yours to see you write about the same store. Nice:)
Do you think Nordic design is different from the rest of Europe?
I do think so! Nordic design has a certain spin of vintage, industrial and midern elements that makes it stand out somehow.
komme gerade aus Kopenhagen zurück und freue mich, Dich Dir Tipps zu nennen, wenn Du nach Kopenhagen fährst.
Darauf komme ich gerne wieder zurück, Amalie!
I think I’m liking that first cactus pot and the bowls that are stacked by the mayo.
i love bloomingville, if I ever started up a shop it would be filled with things like this, and I would probably buy everything in it myself, 🙂
Θελω πολυ να επισκεφτω την Κοπενχαγη… ειχε παει μια φιλη μου πριν καποια χρονια και μου ειχε πει οτι ”δεν υπαρχει” η αισθηση του design σε αυτη την πολη!
Periergo – ego exo mathei pos einai mia poli me dinati aisthisi tou design…prepei na pao ego gia na do:-)
Wow… Just looked at there on line catalog… AMAZING! they have some truly beautiful items.
Thank you very much for sharing and introducing me to this great store 🙂
Would looove to live there 🙂 Like forever… lovely stuff! Thanks for showing <3
You’re perfectly right. Love your collection!
Spreading colors around your room looks quite amazing,such a nice sharing photo graphs also,i just say amazing amazing.
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They are all very happy finds, I also like this particular xmas tree in your photographs (and yes, a Copenhagen ticket for me too please)! Kalo savatokiriako /maria x
I like this site..Its nice and it gave us lots of ideas.. Thanks for sharing great info. about home products.
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I was so happy to read your post. I’m a real Bloomingville fan, but haven’t been to Kopenhagen since I discovered them. But you are right, fortunately we also travel by web …
Bloomingville is great! I think they have such a distinctive style that they have made all their own. Their collections are always so well put together. Nice choice for this Happily Ever After 🙂
Jetzt aber husch husch den neuen Katalog für Frühling/Sommer anschauen gehen!