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Crafting the Everyday: Folkk

6 June 2016 3


Folkk, Balkan design, Serbian Design, Serbia, Handicraft, Handmade design, Kilims, Kilim rug, Kilim cushion, woodwork,

Those of you who have been reading my blog for a while know that I love to highlight design labels from the Balkans. In fact I am right now preparing for an extended 5-days design trip to Belgrade, Serbia (more about that soon here on the blog), and in preparation for my trip I was researching online and I stumble upon the new design label Folkk – actually on Instagram.…

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Interior Design Algebra: Pattern + Colour + Plant

11 September 2014 0


Algebra is not as boring as it seems. It just depends on what kind of arithmetic items you choose. In my case I like to add, substract, multiply or divide with interior design and decoration elements. Today’s equation is a very simple yet effective one: Add one unit of patterns to a nice unit of colour and add another item from the plant section and the result will be visual splendor. …

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Why This Room Caught My Eye

13 May 2014 0


Here we are, back to my Tuesday series with a title I love because it is like a statement and question in one. So why did this room catch my eye? Probably because it looks so relaxed and expels a sort of quietude that I am looking for after action loaded days.…

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Happy Interior Blog Recommends…

12 March 2014 0


Yesterday’s room on my blog inspired me for a little colorful restyling in my home – with ethnic accents. As much as I love clean and cool Scandinavian looks, I can’t escape my Balkan roots and I love ethnic elements – colours, patterns, think of kilims and patterned throws.…

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Why This Room Caught My Eye

11 March 2014 0


Today’s post is a great example to showcase that it doesn’t take loads of furniture, numerous design pieces and an impeccably styled interior to catch my eye – and hopefully your eye too. The latest house tour over on Apartment Therapy is a couple’s home in Portland, Oregon, and it stands out because it is full with character: with the owner’s obvious love for nature and greens and a liking of mid-century design and a easy-going interior style.I’ve consciously picked a shot of their home that is rather unspectacular in the sense that it doesn’t clearly show a specific room – it is just a peek-through through a door into a room which seems to be the bedroom.…

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