Vill du ha inredningshjälp så kommer jag gärna hem till dig. Vill du göra om helt eller bara få ordning hemma men kommer inte igång? Om det är så du känner för ditt hem så kommer jag gärna och hjälper dig. Om det är 25 eller 250 kvm du behöver hjälp med spelar ingen roll.
Bokar du in mig senast 11 Mars 2018 så får du 500 kr avdrag på priset för en heldags Hemkonsultation 2018 från mig. Vad du än vill ha hjälp med hemma hos dig : inredning, färgsättning, förvaring eller bara få ordning så kommer jag hem till dig och din familj.
För att precisera ert specifika behov och lyssna till alla era önskemål, tankar och idéer om ditt/ert eget hem så börjar vi med en Hemkonsultation. Jag kommer hem till dig/er och vi går gemensamt igenom det förändringar eller uppdateringar ni vill göra. Vi ser på ert hem och tar all tid vi behöver under en hel dag för att se över ert behov och önskningar.
För att jag skall kunna ge er all min kunskap och erfarenhet för en uppdatering och ny design av ert hem så ser vi på alla områden ni önskar.
En kort tid efter vi träffats återommer jag med en summering och helgjuten plan för ert hem och den design och uppdatering avsett för er i mailform som vi gemensamt går igenom noga per telefon.
Vill ni efter det gå vidare med planerna själva eller fortsatt ha min vägledning och hjälp så gör ni precis som ni vill. Efter mitt uppdatering&design förslag av ert hem så väljer ni hur ni vill gå vidare. Längre ner får du pris och allt du behöver för att kunna göra en bokning av en Hemkonsultation hemma hos dig.
När snön yr ute så spenderar vi oerhört mycket tid inomhus. Då sätts våra hem på prov och planerna blir många på vad man skulle vilja åstadkomma om man gjorde om. Om du bokar in en tid hos mig innan 11 Mars så får du ett avdrag på mitt normala pris. Läs mer längst ner. På min hemsida förklarar jag begreppet hemkonsultation såhär
Om du sett mig inreda för de personer jag fått möjligheten att hjälpa i TV program som Stylingakuten, Äntligen Hemma eller Husräddarna så vet du att jag kommer för att hjälpa dig. Jag ser det som min viktigaste uppgift att hitta Din stil och att ditt hem skall bli som Du önskar. Att du& din familj får ett hem som passar er är mitt mål.
Då jag kommer hem till dig för en Hemkonsultation så är priset för det 2018 : 7 300 kr
Om du bokar in en tid med mig innan den 11 Mars 2018 för hemkonsultation jag utför under 2018 senast veckan innan jul i år genom att maila mig på firstname.lastname@example.org och i ämnesraden skriver Vårlängtan så får du 500 kr avdrag på priset som då landar på 6 800 kr för en heldags Hemkonsultation inklusive utvärdering och plan för uppdatering. Beroende på var du bor i Sverige så tillkommer en resekostnad. Jag utgår ifrån Stockholm och priset på resa blir då T&R från Sthlm – Dig.
It was a very long time ago since I was searching for mirrors more than for practically being used in the hallway or bathroom Not since the crazy mirror walls of the 80´s that I remember finding in the Ikea catalog knowing I had to have it.
Mirrors are back in vogue but now naturally in a new way. At Stora Trend dagen 2018 TrendStefan told the story of mirrors coming back and at Frankfurt Ambiente Interior Fair I just attended it was an obvious visual trend.
Nowhere have I seen mirrors making me want one more than at the exhibition Fluid Add-Ons at Stockholmmodern that you still can catch a glimpse of until the third of March. Fluid Add-Ons is Swedish Jenny Nordberg´s first solo exhibit in Stockholm.
During the summer of 2014 while working with the project ”3-5″Seconds-Rapid handmade production” Jenny Nordberg an industrial designer born 1978 researched ancient mirror making. The process and outcome was captivating and Nordberg has since then worked with this old method of making mirrors.
The process used has it’s origin in the 19th century and is resulting in a thin layer of silver (Ag) on the glass surface. Not covering the whole surface of the glass, each mirror becomes different due to uncontrollable liquids within the process of making.
Not one mirror being ever like the other one makes it so perfectly ”unperfect”
Ringing the doorbell of hotel Quadrifolio in Cartagena, Colombia. This is the only way in so no way of just peeking in without having a reservation. Secluded but yet in the middle of the old walled city of Cartagena.Off course I have read about the hotel, but never been here.
A welcoming and polite door man opens the large wooden gate and lets me into the courtyard and invites me to sit down in the lounge and wait. He gets me a fresh mangojuice and says he will take my luggage up to my room.
The courtyard is open air and the sun comes down through the palm trees and hits the beautiful shallow water of the pond. I take the stairs up to my room. The whole house surrounding the court yard is part of the hotel I am told.
I take the stairs up to my room on the second floor and find this warm and welcoming room with high ceiling and high windows overlooking the pool. I lay my hat on the bed and take a sip from the mangojuice and notice the color of the wall being a close hue. The reds on the bed along with the warm yellow fits perfectly with the temperature outside.
Four wooden sculptures of different heights telling stories of Colombian culture.The smallest look like he is wearing a white skirt in this photo, but off course it´s just the top of the lamp. The Tropical flower perfectly matched with the sculptures in front of the white bedside lamp.
High double doors into the bathroom adds to the luxurious feeling.
I do enjoy a set up with washcloth and good lotions and shampoo ready for my relaxing semi cold shower when I come in during the warm days.
The four-leaf-clover symbol of Quadrifolio is visible from front door to the robes and shower floor terry cloth mat. Quadrifolio means four-leaf-clover.
The window in the shower overlooks a closed mini garden visible only from this view.
The built in sofa in the room offers a comfy place to sit other than the bed.
I like that the facade color of the front of the building and the interior wall hues chosen match so well. Below you see the third floor wrap around patio.
The moving image show the small top roof pool and the view from the top floor over the court yard of the hotel.
There are large lounges on two floors open for everyone. Perfect if you have a party or wedding or such in the hotel
This stair leads down from my room to the pool in the courtyard and the sofa where I like to sit and have a fresh juice or a chilled sauvignon blanc.
The fans are silent but constantly running providing nice breeze.
I was by myself every time I was in the pool. So nice. This is not a crowded hotel. There are only 8 rooms.
Hotel Quadrifolio is situated in a beautifully restored building from the 1700´s with the conservation standard of reviving the achitechctural charm of the colonial era. See more on the website of what the building looked like when renovations started.
Above where you see all the lanterns is the dining room open to the courtyard. Below you see the dining room where breakfast is served and where you also can eat at anytime. There is also room service and you can naturally choose to sit anywhere in this lovely casa.
If you want to see what Cartagena looks like outside this lovey hotel click HERE and see my previous blogpost.
What can I say, I would like to come back. Can you tell? I really felt at home here. Never imagined this color scheme would fit me so well. The fact is it´s perfect here. Add to that the staff that here is the best I experienced in Colombia.
Stockholm Design Week and Frankfurt Ambiente Fair run into each other. First out for me is breakfast at Gulled on Södermalm in Stockholm a ten minute walk from my own studio where Danish Hay present their news. Cofounder Rolf Hay himself tells us that they choose not exhibit at the Sthlm Furniture Fair grounds during Sthlm Design week. Just like in Milan where it all started at the fairgrounds and then moved on to new areas around the city we now see the same pattern happening in Stockholm. That large cooperations stand out by exhibiting away from the crowd at the fairgrounds.
The kitchen news at Hay steals my attention. The cutting boards by Mette Hay in a thick colorful plastic that was first presented at the Hay Minimarket at the Soho MoMa store in NYC. After all of the versions of wooden cutting boards we have seen the past years, this is by far the most attractive, clever and hygienic (can be cleaned in dishwasher) plastic kitchen help with inspiration from the restaurant kitchens where the different colors are representing the use that the board is for. Blue for fish or green for veggies and so on for example.
Rolf also talks to Stefan Diez, designer at Hay and father of the so called New Order office series. Confessions are made about the state of the thin metal line as it was first presented as not really being ready at that time.The specially invented hinges now being fully perfected and allowing the New Order concept to fully bloom with the updates made. Quite honest. Must say I really go for this dark office series and the way it is displayed here.
The colorful Hay office accessories even makes the regular white spaces look updated and improved.
Clever mobile storage units taking inspiration from the professional garage tool storage. It makes me think of the metal tool sets my grandfather always had. This is made in plastic though.
Hay presents a lot of 2018 news among them a sofa by Gamfratesi so uninteresting, in my opinon, I did not get why it was there. Been there done that so to speak.
Italian Magis is represented at the Stockholm furniture fair but are here at Gulleds as well. The styling of their updated living room to me representing the way we aspire to furnish our homes 2018. Strong colorful pieces of furniture against a non white backdrop.
As a newcomer it can be hard to be seen. I fell for this new Norwegian design from Buene exhibiting for the first time at Stockholm Furniture&light Fair. This contemporary and functional turnable led lighting combined shelf called Yoke caught my eye and is something I would like to have myself. Do you like it ? As you see it comes in different woods. Check the website for more unseen news from Buene.
The powerful color schemes of Dutch office furniture DUM wakes you up in the best way. The textile lamp series stand out. The main objective of the DUM label is to provide spaces with distinctive items – to embellish hotel lobbies,airports, business lounges and waiting rooms with outspoken design.
We always say that we do not have to reinvent the wheel. But that is just what Jessika Källeskog has done for Design House Stockholm. A marble wheel that with the help of a type of plate or bowl with a perfect fit it becomes a mortar & pestle that grinds your peppercorn in a way I have never seen in the kitchen before. It not only works well but must be the most beautiful new kitchen ware I have ever seen.
I met Jessika in the hallways of the Furniture Fair and she reminded me to go and see her new design. I´m so glad I did. This is what I call clever design. It not only helps you out in the kitchen it is so good looking it is something you want to show off on the table. Gorgeous I must say (Just like Jessika, don´t you think?) The mortar&pestle in Jessika´s design is called Tondo
Northernis more than lighting from today. Northern is the new name and the abbreviated form of the lighting company formerly known as Northern Lighting. Norwegian company Northern now incorporates furniture design with lighting as a lifestyle brand. The rebirth took officially place today at Sibyllegatan in a event during Stockholm Design Week.
What an amazing leap into the future CEO Ove Rogne has taken together with designer duo Morten&Jonas. We will see a lot of this huge collection in the coming year. Check out all of the 24 new design products from 16 designers out of 7 different countries at Northern.no Diversity is the name of the game.