One of my favourite time of the year is the autumn, you start to see in stores new products that can make your home more cosy like carpets, pillows and lights. Blue, grey and mustard yellow are the prominent colours along with some other nice ones. Often you don’t need much to make the apartment more homey and comfortable for example just a few candleholders and some plants. I find it pleasing at this time of the year to snuggle under a warm blanket and read a good book with some candles around me. I chose couple of products from Scandinavian companies to show you that have recently been launched.
To mark Poul Henningsen’s birthday Louis Poulsen launched the Ph 3 1/2 -3, also available in red and green. The fixture housing is silk mat brown, and made of copper which matches really well with the yellow and white. Beautiful and classic light that I could imagine in my living room. From louispoulsen.com
The pillow matches well with the carpet from fermliving.com
Black and white pattern is always popular, from fermliving.com
More simple pillows from bynord.com
The String candleholder is available now in grey, looks fantastic with the golden ball. From fermliving.com
Like the combination if these two together both the texture of the marble with the painted metal and the different forms. From fermliving.com
The cosy cotton blankets in different shades of grey and patterns from bynord.com
Tags: danish, design, Interior design, Scandinavian style
Elísabet is born in Reykjavik, Iceland. She is an interior architect, graduated from a university in Paris. She currently lives in Paris and works as an interior architect both in Paris and Iceland.
From the age of 20 she worked in Epal, a design store in Reykjavik and became fascinated by Scandinavian design and brands represented in the store. She is enjoying life in Paris and loves everything that relates to design, architecture as well as photopraphy, traveling and yoga.
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