H&M Home invited us to get our home ready for gatherings with earthy tones, shimmering metallics and subtle ornaments.
The handmade collection by In Common With combines industrial metal components with handmade qualities, transforming basic forms into sculptural objects. Each of the earthenware shades is handcrafted in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains in South Eastern Ohio. The grogged and toothed clay bodies are hand-pressed onto moulds making each one-of-a-kind. Each lamp available in limited edition of 10.
In Common With is a New-York based design studio manufacturing furniture, lighting & objects, on-demand.
As we all know, there are garments that return and this season we have corduroy making a comeback and, I guess, are officially a trend now.
Now that I think about it, I don't believe I've ever owned anything of corduroy texture. One thing in particular that I truly love bout corduroy is that the fabric itself is not too thick or too thin, making it the most irresistible material for transitional fall clothes.
Designed by Rene Linssen an Australian industrial designer living and working in Australia currently at the company Formswell Design. LUNA is a sculptural wall hook with a minimal aesthetic. Available in two different sizes, this variance provides the ability to create custom configurations with a visual contrast in a commercial or residential setting.
Available in a range of materials, including a selection of hardwoods and metals, LUNA's sculpted form allows the qualities of its materials to be accentuated.
Looking for a new kitchen to inspires you, I found this one that has a modern and cozy style. Furnished with dark blue cabinets, subway tile and a wonderful decoration full of character.
Courtesy images via Historiska Hem | Photo: Spinnell | Styling: Evensteven