PRETTY THINGS: interior design

  1. Timber & Ore bar stool by Joseph Pitruzelli, available in mint and white here.
  2. Niko Economidis Design’s read – unread bookshelf keeps track of your reading habits.  (source)
  3. Geometrical clothing racks by interior blogger and stylist Annaleena, available in her online shop.  (source)
  4. The Lucy Chair by Bend seating.  (source)
  5.  Bongo Design‘s stool slash storing space, called Heavy Rabbit.  (source)
  6. Chair by Afteroom Studio.  (source)
  7. The Maisonette line by Simone Simonelli exists out of items which all can fulfill more than one function.  (source)

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PRETTY THINGS: go green

If you’re following me on facebook, you’ve probably already seen this photo of the view I had from behind my desk while studying.  The lovely weather we had a few weeks ago inspired me to add some fresh flowers from the garden next to my hyacinth (a gift from a friend) and my sanseveria cilindricum (bought in ikea).  (The red glass and pot on the right are also from ikea, the mug is from our local thrift shop and the glass jar was found in the kitchen.)  Because I love this green view so much, I figured I’d gather all of the interior decoration featuring plants I have been collecting over time.  Here they are!

  1. Herbs in colorful marimekko mugs at the home of weekday carnival.
  2. Cute cacti, as seen on goesting.
  3. Super pretty terrarium, available here.
  4. Fellow fellow‘s diy planters.
  5. Lucy and Stephen’s wonderful glasshouse.
  6. Most beautiful matches I could ever imagine, designed by Karou Mende and found through jokemijn.
  7. Wallflower vases by  Gitta Gschwendtner, as seen on dezeen.
  8. I might not be the biggest neon fan, but this plant hanger stole my heart.
  9. Coral vase.
  10. A pair and a spare gathered many indoor plant ideas, including these framed plants.

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PRETTY THINGS: interior design

  1.  Plant stands made out of wire, available here.  (source)
  2. Seppl is a porcelain espresso maker designed by Arvid Haeusser.  (source)
  3. Oven gloves with that perfect black and white print by RK design, available here.
  4. I’d love to own this Airplane Doorstop, although a doorstop probably is the last thing I need.  I just can’t resist a paper plane.  (source)
  5. Niels Datema‘s bread spoons each serve as a measuring tool that gives the correct quantities of flour, water, yeast, sugar and oil to bake the perfect loaf of bread.  (source)
  6. Japanese designers Nendo‘s line 1% products is so perfect in all of it’s simplicity: these block vases for example, can be stacked together like building blocks.  (source)
  7. Dino salad servers from howkapow.  (source)

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PRETTY THINGS: interior inspiration

1.  Beautiful office space, I love the colors (or maybe the lack of colors?), the collage, the geometric patterns and the mustache (of course).  (source)

2.  No Function’s  Daphne and her beautiful studio in Amsterdam.  I love the lack of color in the furniture combined with the colorful accessories.  More here.

3.  Another beautiful black and white workspace, I’m particularly in love with the planner and the string of paper boats.  (via, source)

4.  Insane windows.  (source)

5.  The ceiling of the UNDERCOVER boutique in Tokyo, by Jun Takahashi.

6.  Workplace of S.  from a petty bourgeoisie.  It’s like a piece of art.

7.  Original signage for the home for the elderly in Hottingen, Zurich by Aline Dallo, Tina Stäheli and Kathrin Urban of iA.  (source)

8.  Gorgeous windows, and I love the shelves in front of the glass.  What an amazing space.  (source)

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PRETTY THINGS: interior design

1.  Geometric pillows by Mika Barr for Talents Design.  Available here.

2.  Iphone base station.  (source)

3.  Wooden side table, customized by Jane Dandy to the sizes of your favorite books.  (source)

4.  Kulma, an amazing framing shelf by Martina Carpelan.  (source)

5.  An original take on the classic light bubble: Eric Therner’s diamond lights.  Available at hunting and collecting.

6.  Knit stools by Claire Anne O’Brien.  Pretty amazing! (source)

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1. Lucy Moore’s studio.  So much inspiration on that wall.  (source)

2.  Gorgeous wall decoration at the Taiwan Noodle House, by Golucci International Design.

3.  Breathtaking windows.  I’ll take those Eames chairs too!  (So much Eames on this blog lately!)  (source)

4.  Yet another inspirational workspot.  (source)

5.  Precisely stacked magazines.  (source)

6.  Perfectly color coordinated kitchen shelves.  (source)

7.  Incredible window.  I’d love to see more of this place.  (source)

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1.  I need these Studios by ferm living on my wall.  (I’m an architect, I can’t NOT have them on my wall.)

2.  Glass greenhouses by west elm. Pretty!

3.  Stacked books.  Yes please! (source)

4.   Blue D1653, the new contemporary brand by traditional Dutch porcelain company Royal Delft.  Arian Brekveld designed this lovely set for them.  (source)

5.  Invisible speaker by people people, so cool!  (source)

6.  A concrete clock?  That’s probably my inner architect speaking again, but I love it!  It’s called 4th dimension and is a design by 22 DESIGN STUDIO.  (source)

7.  I found this close-up of a print on weekday carnival, but I have no clue who it’s from.  I’d love to have this hanging on my wall though!

8.  Pretty vases by mano design.

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PRETTY THINGS: interior

1.  Push pins made out of cement, too cool!  You can get them here.  (source)

2.  Great decoration: I love the cardboard rhino, the photo of the black-eyed old man, the dog pictures and the striped tape.  Great color scheme too, I like it simple!  (source)

3.  A great way to serve milk when you’re treating your guests to a hot cup of coffee.  Buy it here.  (source)

4.  A lovely workspace (with more cardboard animals): I adore the pantone color sample in mint green.  (source)

5.  Varpunen bags used to collect trash for recycling.  (Did you notice the paper bag used as a trash can in the previous photo?  It’s a trend!)  (source)

6.  Amazing workspace, there’s no way you can be distracted here!  It goes by the name Rewrite and is a design of Gam Fratesi.  (source)

7.  Stacks:Lamps by Dino Sanchez, they look so great when they’re positioned on your book shelve!  Get them here.  (source)

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PRETTY THINGS: interior

1.  I love how the necklaces are a part of the interior and that dresser is such an easy DIY.  (source)

2.  An easy way to keep your bulletin board organized: envelopes with labels!  (source unknown)

3.  Vintage cameras in frames.  I’ve collected quite a few and not all of them are in use, so I might try this! (source)

4.  You can never have enough pretty things hanging on your wall!  (Remember this post about my own room?) (source unknown)

For more interior inspiration, take a look at my archives here.

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