Whether it is for a photo shoot or an installation, we are always on the look out for new products to work with. We have quite a few well known go-to sites we use and shops we visit. Yet we also very much enjoy using unique products made by enthusiastic creatives that are possibly driving their business from their kitchen table.
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!
When it comes to the soft styling of the room, the finishing touch of an installation, we often take it very literally. We are softies when it comes to softies, especially since there are so many beautifully made accessories out there that just can’t wait to be used.
Some of our current favorites are these super original and imaginative items.
That I shuffle around with my furniture is probably no news to you. Although January is the perfect month for bringing in some new items, giving your home a fresh look, I shuffle around and bring things in 12 months a year.
This time though, I have a very good reason to give my home a special make over. Rolf Benz asked us to revamp my living room, using some of their beautiful items. This German design brand is very well known for her outstanding quality and iconic sofa’s. Did you know that they also carry a selection of stunning accessories?