From a new London pop-up to experimental office furniture, here’s what we’ve been inspired by this week.
- New pop-up store: 2 Formosa Street, a retail collaboration between Home Address and Marshall Plan Interiors that will be open for a limited time between April 21 and June 20. Bringing together unique, one-off pieces of furniture with a carefully curated selection of beautifully crafted ceramics and textiles, 2 Formosa Street in Maida Vale, London, is a unique space with a preserved, listed shopfront. Proprietors Bella Marshall and Celine Lynch aim to bring a feeling of home into this temporary space.
- How to test paint color without putting swatches on your walls.
- Coming this year: the Vogue Living furniture line, a collaboration between the publication and Dorya.
- A look inside the home of Danish interior stylist Cille Grut where white and shades of gray marry to create a serene space.
- Lund University students have collaborated with Rolf Hay to produce a range of experimental office furniture for small-scale workplaces.
- 15 things for the organized home.
- Architect Dimitar Karanikolov and interior designer Veneta Nikolova spent two years renovating this attic space in Sofia, Bulgaria, ultimately turning it into a chic residential loft.
- The remote homestead that inspired nearly 100 of Nikolai Astrup’s paintings.
- Over on Gardenista: 7 tips to grow cut flowers in a tiny garden.
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- We’re always keen on the perfect reading nook, which is why we’ve been eyeing The Citizenry’s Styled Corners board.
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