We are hooked on the new AW16 launch of Design Letters. You know by now that we have a weak spot for their clean ABC collection so this new product was happily received. HOOK2 is a personal hook with typography designed by Arne Jacobsen in 1937 from their Vintage collection.
You can imagine these hooks in a hallway or bathroom with someones initial on it or creating a word like COAT or BATH. Or maybe use it as a silent way to tell your children something by hanging TIDY UP in the playroom. Although Jack and Sam don’t need a reminder of this, we put up FUN and they loved it.
The clever thing is that underneath the big round hook is a hidden small hook. That means, that the hook looks good on the wall, even when in use. Practical and clean, just the way we like it. Are you hooked? Check them out on the Design Letters now!
Lucky us! We were asked by Type Hype to write a chapter in their Type Hype stories. A range of photo shoots starring their products around the world that tells their beautiful tale.
For the packaging alone it is worth to order from Type Hype. This creative letters and numbers brand offers a range of products which are all designed in Berlin and crafted in Germany. Their distinctive collection of graphic cushion covers is what got us. We are cuddly cushion addicts and we especially like the fact that we can have a similar design on the sofa to what the boys will have in their room. So when we ordered, we sneaked in some items for the grown ups.
With our collection of Design Letters cups we could spell the word ‘SPRING’. Yet now there is even a better way to let this sunny season in your home. With the brand new collection ‘Flowers’ by Arne Jacobsen, we brought in a whole season.
As the Dutchies need their flowers, we love this new line from Design Letters & Friends. The anemone pattern from the 1940’s stars in a whole range of goodies that we received from our Danish friends with the question to participate in a styling challenge. Let us think about it… Yes please!
It’s all in the detail!
A new item on the blog the coming weeks were guests will share their favorite interior details. From a rug to a light, to storage bags….it’s all in the detail to finish your interior and to change the vibe.
A rug will make the room more cosy and enjoyable, giving the kids a place to sit on, play on or chill out on. We asked our regular Guest on the Blog contributor Geraldine from Studio Bandit who we love for het simple and sophisticated style to share her top 5 with us.
Even though we do our kids room homework, it’s refreshing to ask a guest because some of these rugs are new to us.