1. A balancing metal disc on 5 sections of wood, this side table is all lightness and minimalism. The wood can be raw ash or oiled walnut with a white or black anodised top. Minimato table by Matthias Ferwagner, here
2. A little bit Bentwood, a little bit Elbow, this chair combines elements of some designer classics; simple and beautifully detailed in palest beech. It looks Scandinavian, but comes via Italy. Pelleossa chair by Francesco Faccin seen, here
3. These lamps by Swedish company Note Design Studio are ceramic and wood, and very, very Scandinavian in their warmth and tactility.
4. Beautiful, decorative handcrafted pendants that can be hung individually or in a cluster, there are six variants, with names like Aztec and Abacus. Customisable in length and configuration, they could be simply hung from a hook. Bohemian, but in a good way. Bright Beads by Marz Designs, via Contemporist.
Which is your favorite?
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All lovely pieces but 4 is by far my favourite. It’s just beautiful. xD
they are sweet, aren’t they? i think they would look good in so many interiors in a group or individually.. lovely to have your comment.
Oh that pendant! It’s gorgeous. I choose #4 as well. I would be very happy looking at that everyday.
fabulous! glad you like 🙂 lovely to hear from you.
White with light toned wood is such a perfect combination!
I like the no 3 the most, especially the white lamp with orange chord!
hi Anu! yes, i think these lamps would look especially wonderful in a kitchen. lovely to hear from you. J
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