Hidden away in Hall B at the Stockholm Furniture Fair was an impressive new Portuguese furniture brand called Branca Lisboa by designer Marco Sousa Santos. Exhibiting their collection for the first time, Branca Lisboa’s products aim to unite Portuguese craftsmanship traditions with contemporary aesthetics. Read the rest of this entry »

Next week, one of our favourite London stores, Darkroom, will be hosting a window installation of hand-crafted textile lanterns by designer Naomi Paul. The installation coincides with London Fashion Week, so it seems fitting that these hand crocheted lamps are made using re-cycled, surplus yarn from fashion houses such as Missoni – these pendants are not only responsibly crafted but share the quiet opulence of premium textiles used in haute design.

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One exhibitor that we always enjoy seeing during trade show season is Ferm Living, a Danish brand who always present a beautifully put together collection of accessories, textiles and wallpapers with bold, graphic designs.

Shown here is the neatly styled imagery of their new spring summer 2012 range that features a bright and summery grey and rose colour palette, mixed with light, Scandinavian wood. Enjoy!

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If you are are visiting Copenhagen or are a Copenhagener and haven’t stopped by Normann Copenhagen’s flagship store yet, make sure you do so. Built in a former cinema building, the store recently won the Denmark Global Innovation award (GIA) for ‘most innovative store’. Read the rest of this entry »