via urban outfitters
Amira jewellery, available via etsy
available via etsy
Scandi style is extremely popular at the moment and is a very definite ‘look’. But how do I create this look for a client in a home? Firstly, check out these few examples and then Ill show you some key pieces to buy that help create Scandi Style in an instant:
via temple and webster blog
Now that you have seen what I mean by Scandi Style, here are some great products to try: (ALONG WITH PAINTING YOUR FLOOR BOARDS AND WALLS WHITE)
sheepskin via HKLiving
wall mounted moose available via ebay
black and white print via ikea.com
scandi sideboard available at replica furniture
cushions from adairs
Here’s a little mood board of my own I put together. Looking very scandi already!!! Feel free to ask any questions.
Now this is something to get excited about! I would expect homewares by typo to be fun, cheeky, eye catching and reasonably priced. It seems they have delivered on all of the above. The range is called THE HALL and starts with products as low as $6.95. If you aren’t convinced yet, take a look at these stunning pics.
See you all at Typo! I will be rushing there for sure.
I know we all love a good sticky beak! Today we take a snoop around Romy Dankner’s home and work. Romy is the founder of HOMEROOM STUDIO and loves to create beautiful spaces for her clients. Romy also imports beautiful bone inlay furniture that can be custom made. Just look at her beautiful home below and you will fall in love. Be sure to read the interview with Romy below to gain some great styling tips.
(photography credit: Estelle Judah Photography)
FAVOURITE ROOM IN YOUR HOUSE AND WHY:
My favourite room would have to be my bedroom. I love the morning light that filters through the sheer curtains. The mood is calm and tranquil.
3 WORDS TO DESCRIBE YOUR STYLE
Contemporary, colourful, textural…whilst always keeping in mind context to people’s lifestyle and their environment.
3 TOP HOMEWARES/FURNITURE STORES TO VISIT IN MELBOURNE:
WHAT ARE YOU MOST PROUD OF IN YOUR HOME?
I buy pieces that appeal to my heart. You should never underestimate how a piece can make you feel.
WHAT WILL BE YOUR NEXT PURCHASE FOR YOUR HOME?
I have my eye on the September chair from Great Dane. Designed by Dennis Marquart for OX.
NAME TWO ITEMS YOU SHOULD NEVER SKIMP ON IN YOUR HOME:
Lighting and quality materials
MESSY OR NEAT?
There’s always a method of madness is my home, so messy always wins!
BEST DESIGN/DECORATING TIP YOU COULD GIVE OUR READERS:
Don’t over think your home and what others may like. Stay true to your style and fill it with pieces that make you smile.
WHERE DO YOU GET YOUR DESIGN INSPIRATION FROM?
Travelling; I am addicted to the colour, texture and craftsmanship that is characteristic of these countries. Over the years I have spent months on end rummaging through markets and bazaars and meeting artists that have inspired me. I have since launched a range of legendary bone inlay furniture from India. Pieces that can be ordered as is, or customised to suit siz, pattern and colour of choice!
VISIT HOMEROOM STUDIO TO SEE MORE OF ROMY’S WORK.
Marble, Stainless Steel, Timber, Corian, Caesarstone, granite. HELP!!!!! Too many to choose from. If you have ever built or renovated a bathroom or kitchen you will be familiar with some of these types of benchtops. So many to choose from! Here are some pics of my favourites. Which number do you like best?
3. Design and photography: Caitlin Perry
4. via tingbo
5. via unisteel
6. by MCA studio, via archdaily
8. Interiors by Highgate House
9. photo by Luis Gordoa via archdaily
10. Bathroom by Atria Arquitetos