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Design made in Paris: Red Edition

July 18, 2017 4

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Red Edition, furniture design, Paris, French design, design made in Paris, interior design

My love relationship with Paris is multilayered. Love, the city life, the food, I could go on and on. But another aspect is design made in Paris. So let me introduce Red Edition to you. Red Edition is a Paris based design label since 2006.…

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Stockholm 2017 Collection by IKEA

February 16, 2017 8

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Ikea, new Stockholm 2017 collection, new Ikea collection, Stockholm 2017 collection, rattan, furniture design, home textiles, home accessories

First things first: Get your smartphones people and mark April 7th in your calendar. IKEA is launching its new Stockholm 2017 collection that very day and we are all in for a treat. One look at their new products and you’ll know why I am drooling over the new Stockholm 2017 collection by IKEA.…

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Maison & Objet 2017 Design Highlights

January 24, 2017 6

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Maison & Objet, design show, design trends 2017, Paris

What a week it has been! I mean the past week. I spent five days working at the imm furniture fair in Cologne and then headed off to the Maison & Objet design fair in Paris. In Paris I had the time to roam the fair and bring back some design highlights for you.…

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Furniture Love: String Shelf System

January 12, 2017 2

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String Shelf, String, Furniture, Scandinavian design, String shelf system

There are many reasons why I want to move to a bigger place eventually. First, more space for myself. More space for my plants, a bigger kitchen to enjoy cooking, more storage space. But also finally some space for a String shelf system.…

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Belgian Design: Universo Positivo + Notre Monde

December 5, 2016 2

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Belgian Design, Universo Positivo, Notre Monde, furniture design, home accessories, Belgium, Antwerp, design tour, bloggers tour

As someone who travels a lot and is interested in design, I always wonder if there is country specific design. You know like typical German design, French design, Italian design. Sometimes we seem to have a certain notion of a country’s design aesthetic, but as with many other aspects of modern life, the boundaries have gotten blurry.…

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