SHOP THE LOOK – BLUE ROOM

Did you have a chance to look at our latest post about  photoshoot of the Jotun Kids Collection 2018 (a.k.a. our dream job of Art Direction and styling)?

For this collection, Jotun created three themes based on Children’s imaginative stories. The eight colors of each theme form a beautiful pallet which was the starting point for our designs. We created nine settings and want to share our favourites with you.
You can find the end result in the Jotun brochure and on our blog.

Perhaps it will inspire you to get creative too…

SHOP THE LOOK:

Muuto felt basket | Wooden Tarva cabinet | Jotun’s Dusky Blue (top) Retro Blue (bottom)| Zoe Rumeau Skateboard lights |  Toy dinosaurs by Archive Store  | By Alex playmat

Ph Maha Edde | Styling Live Loud Girl

 

 

STYLING PROJECT – TWIN NURSERY

Designing a nursery for a baby girl is always gratifying, designing a nursery for twin girl is exceptionally enjoyable. Especially when the client requests that she wants something atypical, different and not so pink yet simple.

Starting from scratch is also a bonus so we began with the walls. Since we had one large uninterrupted wall, we could not resist to go for the Bien Fait wall paper again. This brings in an instant wow-effect and also is perfect for growing kids. It will remain cool for such a long, long time so worth the investment!

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IKEA & PIET HEIN EEK INDUSTRIELL COLLECTION

When one of our favorite designers from back home collaborates with one of our go-to shops for our projects, it’s NEWS!

IKEA and Piet Hein Eek have worked together on their Industriell collection that makes unique design affordable. Design pieces like these allow everyone to make a personal statement in their interior.

Piet Hein Eek is known for his original designs and surprising use of materials. His scrap wood creations, craftsmanship and respect for sustainable materials made him immensely popular.

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PARIS MEET UP: ZOE RUMEAU

We could call Paris a tiny bit our home last weekend when we had the chance to visit Maison & Objet. With Hotel Panache as our base we walked an average of 10k a day to visit suppliers, inspirational stores and lots of cafes to refuel.

One of the highlights of our trip was visiting an artist that we have worked since we started Live Loud Girl. She is the creative brain behind some of the pieces that have given our installations that perfect finishing touch and the designer of the centerpiece in our most pinned photo ever. Live Loud Girl would not be the same without the works of Zoé Rumeau.

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