Category: Interior

Aytm AW 2016

A year has been by since I introduced the newcomer homeware brand Aytm. Now their successful story continues with a new collection for autum/winter 2016. New colours and materials have been added to the existing styles to accentuate the new season perfectly.   One of the collection’s highlight…

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Label love: New Danish brand Million

Founded in 2015 by Claus Jakobsen and Jens Kajus, Million is a Copenhagen based brand established to create distinctive furniture, lighting and design objects. Using high-quality materials and exacting production methods, Million collaborates with a small group of designers and architects to innovate new products. Additionally, Million provides…

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Trendwatch: Mirrored Cube Tables

The mirrored cube is really having its moment. Not only as a side table but as a glamorous and playful add-on with lovely reflections. Here we go: A mirror in front of a mirror! How smart! Via Hannasroom.   Looks like you’ve got a looot of vases. In…

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Umbrella Stand by NakNak

I already wrote about the NakNak Design’s perforated boxes last year, now the Taiwanese studio wows me again with Hoop, an umbrella stand designed by Mika Tolvanen. Hoop is a modern take on an antique umbrella stand Tolvanen saw at a flea market.  A slender oval wire is suspended above…

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CasaCau – boutique apartements in Rome

In a lovingly converted 17th-century building, just a stone throw away from the Trevi fountain, CasaCau hotel offers six individually styled boutique apartments. You’ll find an eclectic mix of retro-chic furniture, modern features and quirky art pieces. Lovely details like fresco-printed headboards and vintage Olivetti typewriters…

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My Indoor Garden

Oh lovelies, this is so exciting – for the first time in five years of Inattendu I’m giving you a little glimpse into my home. Here’s the little indoor garden I grew over the past few months. It all started with me buying a big rubber tree, then…

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Living with smooth colours

The different shades of grey paired with brass elements and hints of pink and the white wooden floors create an incredibly serene atmosphere. And here also: single branches in a vase on the kitchen table. Via Fantastic Frank.

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