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furniture

New Home 24 Collection by Eva Padberg

September 19, 2017 6

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Home 24, Eva Padberg Collection, home accessories, furniture, boho, boho style, bohemian, mix and match

There are no style rules. Industrial shapes are combined with boho elements, colourful patterns with a vibrant material mix – all this absolutely resonates with my approach to interior styling. Because what counts is what you like! No rules, no styling paradigm, no glossy mag dictate – you are your own stylist!…

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Danish Design: Fredericia Furniture

September 5, 2017 3

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Fredericia, furniture, Danish design, furniture design, danish design classics, Spanish Chair, Copenhagen, blogger tour

Last week I talked about one of the reasons why I traveled to Copenhagen recently. Today I want to talk about the other reason: I went to Copenhagen to discover more Danish design. This time it was all about Fredericia Furniture.…

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Dining Table by ‘Handmade at Amazon’ Artisan

July 10, 2017 4

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dining table, Amazon handmade, handmade, reclaimed wood, furniture, small living, furniture for small homes

Furnishing and decorating a house with handmade pieces is a wonderful way of creating a personal and unique home. If you are a DIY talent, you go and make your own things. If you are not (like me) or lack the time for DIY, you go and scout for handmade pieces.…

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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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