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Decorate Workshop | Blog | Photograph
Decorate Workshop - Free download as PDF File (.pdf), Text File (.txt) or read online for free. A companion to Decorate, the international bestseller, this interactive guide takes readers step by step through the decorating process of beloved stylist and blogger Holly Becker. In Decorate Notebook, Becker shares her personal design philosophy and explains how to carry a vision into a finished room, from the early paint swatches to the final accents. Readers will learn how to identify their…
Modern Classics: The Artichoke Lamp
Design Within Reach calls it “the consummate modernist chandelier”. Designed by Poul Henningsen in 1958 for the Langelinie Pavillonen restaurant in Copenhagen, where it still hangs today, the PH Artichoke Lamp is perhaps the most recognizable and most coveted of modern light fixtures.
Gustavsberg Aster Coffee Cup
One of Sweden's most important post-war designers and illustrators, Stig Lindberg, (1916-1982), created whimsical ceramics and graceful tableware during a long career with the porcelain company Gustavsberg. Here the beloved Red and Blue Aster coffee cup and saucer is relaunched. A coffee cup that is more European than American in size, this coffee cup makes a perfect serving piece for a small cup of coffee or your daily espresso. Use with the Gustavsberg Red or Blue Aster "fika" plate for an…
Swedish Country Interiors
In the past decade, Swedish style has exploded on the interior design scene. It seems people in American can’t get enough of the gray and creamy toned antique furniture, often mixed with cheery blue and white gingham fabrics and surrounded by exquisite gilt mirrors and crystal chandeliers. The look is so soothing and calm – perhaps its popularity is sought as an antidote to the frenetic lives we lead today surrounded by technology 24/7. There is something so relaxing about a Swedish interior…