Visiting the Stockholm Design Week has been one of the highlights of 2020. And I can say that even though the year is just started. Being a Scandinavian design enthusiast, it was incredible to be in a part of the world where so many of my favorite designs come from. And I am not only talking about interiors. This also goes for fashion, styling and a new found interest: the Scandinavian food. Now that the stardust of my Nordic adventure is settling, I finally have the time to share the trends I found most stunning and memorable.
What an inspirational week! Dubai Design Week is a wrap, but we are already looking forward to next year.
There was so much going on throughout the city in the last week of October and we tried our best to take in as much as possible.
Our kick of was pretty easy since it was visiting one of our favorite designer stores. Comptoir 102 held the exhibition Nature in the City in collaboration with three artists. The set up was totally in line with our obsession of bringing green inside.
Artist Silke Bonde created two beautiful prints exclusively for The Poster Club.
Although this shop is based in Copenhagen, they ship worldwide. Good news for all poster people out there who would love some Nordic nature inspired water color art on their wall! A great piece of art to put on your wall.
You’ll find more about the gorgeous collection of The Poster Club here.
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!