Look at Royal Copenhagen cups curves, the color, the overall design. Isn’t this a classic to die for?
Designed by Karen Kjaeldgard-Larsen for Royal Copenhagen.
Each piece is painted by hand thus every piece is unique.
If you look closely they all have their own uniqueness.
Check it out here
Pictures and info from Royal Copenhagen website.
Totally in love with this beautiful stool a k a coffee table by Mia Cullin.
I am in the midst of searching high and low for some great (in my opinion) large pots [of some kind] for my indoor palm trees. And check these Bacsac’s out – aren’t they adorable? What a great invention; colorful, smart design (in many different ways – not only the invention – you can use it for the floor, to hang along a wall, or anywhere else you want on your terrace/balcony etc). And the colors!! Did I mention the colors? No I guess I didn’t. I think that as a true DMKA-person a Bacsac in orange would be suitable, don’t you?
Go check it out here
Visit any Farmers Market, near or far, anywhere really – and you’ll have an abundance of design. In everything and anything.
Even the most simple things like fresh berries or fruit is beautiful. Mind you, these pictures haven’t been near photoshop. And the colors and shapes are just perfect …
Pictures from Hollywood Farmers Market, Los Angeles.
Bangkok has some of the most well designed coffee shops in the world according to us at DMKA. We love Bangkok for all its beauty and even in the not so beautiful things (still picturesque).
On our last visit we found (through a tip from talented New York Inspiration CEO Charlotte Raboff – whom is also the brain behind Thailand Living) Rocket Coffee Bar.
Rocket Coffee Bar has several locations and the one we chose to visit was located in Sukhumvit Soi 49. This Rocket is the newest addition to their Coffee Bars and also their largest so far. It has comunal seating, counter bar – and a stylish lounge at mezzanine level. Sooo cozy and sooo worth your while getting there.
Check out this lamp installation!!
Rocket Coffee Bar
46/12 Sukhumvit Soi 49
The first thing I noticed was the shape of the bottles. I stopped in my step and just had to stroke the glass bottles. The guy selling them kindly let us sample the juice and it was truly delicious. We were visiting Farmers Market at Larchmont – a quaint, smallish farmers market where there are a lot on offer but still not so much that it gets lost in translation.
Besides [the Farmers Market] Larchmont is a street with many nice places/shops/restaurants so if there is nothing of interest at Farmers Market (every Sunday) there is always other things/places to see/do.
Meanwhile, enjoy these vibrant colors
While in Bangkok I had the pleasure of visiting the International Arts & Crafts fair 2015 where many very talented designers showcased their products. I found this jeweler – Ms. Fonthip Tangviriyamet – that had a wonderful assortment of various intriguing jewelry.
Fonthip’s style is delicate and almost airy. Fantastic workmanship and you can really tell that nature is a great inspiration since it shines through in all her designs. It is corals, autumn leaves, oriental flowers, message from earth, garland, stopped motion to mention a few of her lines. My favorite is coral. And Stopped in Motion. Which one is yours?
Please check out the website at www.fonthip.com, you won’t be disappointed. I promise.
Pictures above from Fonthip’s website
Welcome Flora from Royal Copenhagen – a high handled cup and saucer with an image of a beautiful Magnolia
Item No.: 1017548
Capacity: 27 cl
Main material: Bone china
Design by: Anja Vang Kragh
More info at www.royalcopenhagen.com
Found a bunch of various large light bulbs at Magasin du Nord while visiting Copenhagen last week. The beauty of the light bulb in these LED-lamp days is a relief.
When in doubt, visit Jonathan Adler’s shop. I found this intel on newyorkinspiration.com and as everything else New York Inspiration writes about, it is a gem.
Adler keeps delivering true color inspiration as well as attention to detail.
Malin Henningsson is yet another talented designer. Henningsson’s sculptural, minimalistic albeit maximalistic jewelry is unique in its design and in choice of material. Jewelry portrayed here is made of goldplated copper and pink quartz.
Each piece of jewelry is handmade by Henningsson in her Stocholm studio, thus after placing your order you’d have to wait a week or two while your unique piece of jewelry is being made.
Not that I’d mind.
More here about Malin Henningsson jewelry.
Photos from FWSS