Current Obsessions: February 15, 2014 by

Issue 6 · Love in the Afternoon · February 15, 2014

Current Obsessions: February 15, 2014

Issue 6 · Love in the Afternoon · February 15, 2014

This week we found ourselves in the Valentine's Day spirit (we've had enough lace, hot pink, and heartfelt sentiment to last until next year). Next week we'll be back to business as usual with all things Danish. In the meantime, this is what we're currently crushing on:

Ditte Hammerstrøm Danish Lounge Chair | Remodelista

Above: We spotted these lounge chairs by Dutch industrial designer, Ditte Hammerstrøm, on Dwell.

Dalilah, our newest staffer on the Remodelista team, is intrigued by the idea of 3-D printed fashions, like this 3-D printed dress made for Dita Von Teese, featured on Dezeen. 

Danish Film Babette's Feast | Remodelista

Above: This weekend, in anticipation of our Scandi week ahead and in honor of Danish film director Gabriel Axel who just died, Margot is planning to watch Babette's Feast, Axel's Oscar-winning movie from 1987.

World's Best Rose Wallpaper | Remodelista

Above: Michelle's Gardenista post on the World's Best Rose Wallpaper has us thinking about how one goes about removing unloved wallpaper. Sunset's 4-step instructional on how to get rid of wallpaper has the answer.

Reading this list of where to save and where to splurge on designer home decor (hint: splurge on Tom Dixon, a definite "yes") on HuffPo Home.

A Restored 17th Century Convent in Italy | Remodelista

Above: The love holiday had Alexa reminiscing about this red room that Julie posted about last winter in La Dolce Vita: A Restored 17th Century Convent in Italy.

We're always on the lookout for nontoxic products for the home and found Real Simple's post on 66 All-Natural Cleaning Solutions to be very useful.

Cat and Dog Grooming Sets at Kaufmann Mercantile | Remodelista

Above: Loving the Dog and Cat grooming kits currently available at Kaufmann Mercantile.

Paper Marbling in the UK | Remodelista

Above: Alexa wants to have all her books rebound with their paper marbled like this example from book binder Christopher Rowlatt in the UK.

For more inspiration have a look at our previous Current Obessions and Design News posts.

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