Close up picture of the Interior Hoch 2 special edition Stand-up Candle Holder by ZWEI Design on the Vitra Metal Side Table next to the Thonet 209 Bent wood chair. By ZWEI Design.

Light wood, ceramic and foraged flower arrangements

This blog post is dedicated to a brief history of time. Looking back on how my love for foraged flowers, an 30-Year-old Thonet 209 chair and 6 Years of marriage all came together at one point. Michal and I celebrated our 6 year anniversary on September the 8th. Celebrating our anniversary is something Michael and I have not been the best at. Our last 5 Anniversaries where, how can I put this…. somewhat “non-existing.” …

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Dubrovska Studio | watch out for brass and cane weave shutters

The amazing work by Dubrovska Studio. After getting an overwhelming response on this Photo, I had to dedicate a blog post to this amazing project called sense.  I am deeply in awe of this interior. The soft powdery colors and textures used, create an almost surreal atmosphere. This interior really was created to speak to our senses.From the Formakami Lamps for &Tradition by Hayon Studio to the sink all materials are humble, honest and somehow rudimentary...

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A ZWEI Design kind of christmas

Christmas a little bit all over the place I love the Christmas season, with all its beautiful decor, music and smells. Christmas is such a sensual holiday where all my senses are stimulated. I love this time of the year! The wold is covered in a white blanket, family and traditions are celebrated and I have an excuse to spend some extra time on decoration and crafts.   Finding time for the things we...

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How to choose the right color for your interior

Find the right interior color Picking out the right color is probably one of the hardest choices when it comes to Interior Design. I myself have faced that challenge for many years. There always has been that slight fear to make a wrong decision when it comes to picking out a color scheme for our interior. The challenge was to choose a color that both, looks good and we would like for...

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Interior design trend | rough minimalism

The minimalist movement Clean minimal lines, free surfaces, lots of white space and high contrast. Those are all attributes we associate with modern minimalism. I get drawn to a more natural and monochrome color palette, simple shapes and a clutter-free space.   Where nature meets minimalism The blend between organic shapes, combined with a more natural color scheme has definitely influenced the minimal movement. In my opinion, this development is based on a growing love...

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The Art of Ikebana

A minimal way of arranging flowers Some of you may already know what the meaning of this Japanese word is. For those who don't, i promise after reading this blog post you will:) personally, I actually have only come across this word and its meaning a few months ago... which now that I know about it is quite surprising to me:)   So what is Ikebana? Ikebana is an old Japanese art of creating flower arrangement. The origin of...

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Guillaume Alan interior design creating a sanctuary in paris

Guillaume Alan: French Interior design at its best We are so thrilled to show you the work of French designer Guillaume Alan. This talented designer is based in Paris and in London and represents the modern French interior design that we love. Guillaume was born into the world of architecture and interior design. He was surrounded by architecture and beautiful furniture and antiques due to his parent's profession of being architects and his grandmother...

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Madeleine Asplund Klingstedt, simply great interior design

A Swedish interior designer that makes our heart beat faster. There are a few designers, I secretly wish to hang out with. Usually, these designers not only have a fantastic design aesthetic, they also have that vibe that makes me wanna sit down with them with a good cup of coffee or wine in hand, talking about life, beauty, and design. Madeleine Asplund Klingstedt is such a person. Her eye for...

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