Here comes a novelty in Happy Interior Blog’s third year of existence: The blog series ‘5 Happy Inspirations’ will from now on be entitled ‘Happy Interior Blog Recommends…’ and will continue to be a product focus post where I share my favorite finds of the week. The number of recommendations will vary according to my loot, but be assured that it will continue to share things that please my eye and threat my budget!
This week’s recommendations happen to have an overarching room theme – you guessed right, it’s goodies for the bedroom. I mean the paper goods can be used anywhere else too, but I can see those in this entire colour scheme for a calm bedroom. But let’s see in detail what we have:
1. These bedlinen are sheer luxury for your skin! Evencki is a Berlin based studio specialized in high quality bedlinen sourced in Europe. The fabric is woven in Italy and sewn in Poland. And this fabulous set above comes in a colour that makes me smile: Gentleman’s Pink. Moreover, Evencki offers bespoke bedlinen. Now we speak bourgeois!
2. Tomorrow I am off to a showroom opening of Vartian Carpets in Munich. While doing some pre-openening research I’ve discovered their wonderful ‘Remixed Orientals’ collection featuring handmade rugs from various corners of the world. The rug above is called ‘Mahal Coast’ and is my personal pick.
3. The Munich based paper goods label Ni Yui is a tiny workshop experimenting with poetic themes and special colours on quality paper. They produce charming postcards and paper light bags with sensuous motives such as the ones shown above.
4. I am the kind of guy who always reads before falling asleep. So a good table lamp on my bedside table is indispensable. And if I had to choose a new table lamp right now, I would opt for this Scandinavian inspired lamp called ‘Hydra’ by Fashion for Home. I simply love the combination of white and wood.
5. Artwork belongs in a bedroom, too. A nice illustration, photography or poster, whatever suits your style. The new collection of wooden illustrations from Ferm Living wins my vote – the ‘Butterfly’ illustration is the charming work by Danish artist Kristina Krogh.
What recommended piece wins your heart this week?