To celebrate the launch of our new blog, we have 3 awesome giveaways lined up the coming 3 weeks with our blog friends. We start the celebrations with the gorgeous boutique webshop Peek & Pack (who you obviously know from our webshop wrap up post). Readers have the chance to win this lovely wall fixture light from Studio Snowpuppe.
Want to win this pink Klimoppe wall fixture? Like Peek & Pack on instagram. Leave a comment on this post why you would like to win and what you like about this light!
The winner will be randomly selected and announced on Monday 29th of June. Entries are worldwide.
AND THE WINNER OF THIS GIVEAWAY IS SAMONE! The competition is closed.
It’s no secret that we’re fond of the blue and yellow Swedish friend. Therefore it is good news that they have just launched a new line.
The IKEA NIPPRIG collection is created from all natural materials like water hyacinth, coconut and bamboo and hand made in Vietnam and Indonesia.
A very versatile line that can bring some very affordable style into your home.
For long summer evenings, you can easily create a cosy outdoor space by combining the armchair with some pillows or bring some natural materials into the house with the simple, yet stunning baskets lights
Keep in mind that the NIPPRIG line is a limited edition. So start browsing now!
I’m probably the last to write about it. But hey, I had the good excuse with my mini family break to Sri Lanka, right? Just in case you missed the happy news: IKEA has a collaboration with designer Ilse Crawford to launch a range off homewares with natural materials like cork. Doesn’t it look great?
The new SINNERLIG collection will be available online and in store October 2015.
Muuto added some new additions to their assortment. And I’m the last one to discover. Nevertheless I’m so in love with the new design that I didn’t want to keep it for you. The Fiber chair is a ‘new’ design by Iskos Berlin for Muuto. It’s made of innovative shell material of recyclable plastic and wood fibers. While the material is new the silhouette reminds me unmistakably of one of my old time favorites: the Eames plastic armchair. With 32 varieties there is a chair for every room and function.