Flicking through the catalogues of Danish brand 'House Doctor' is always fun and inspiring. This year's Spring catalogue was no exception, and though the concepts may not be revolutionary or ground breaking in any respect, I truly enjoyed their take on them. Here are some snippets..
'Rustic Contemporary' feels very true to the Scandinavian 'no nonsense' approach to styling and decor. It's honest, uncomplicated and modern with a strong Earthy feel. It's elegant with a little rough and raw at the edges, sprinkled with soothing harmony and light.
I chuckled to myself when I saw the above image and the fact that they have made a 'commercially sellable object' out of what we as bloggers have come to regard as a 'weekend DIY project'. Yes, I am of course talking about the wooden pallet coffee table. But it works here and overall I like how they have put this together. The over-sized mirror has a lot to do with it for me - I have a real weakness for them and would love this one in my hallway!
The lamps are fun and take on a slight mid-century industrial feel, which again can be nicely worked in with other styles. I am particularly fond of the 'clamp on lamp' - that would be a fun addition to a bookshelf don't you think?
Apart from having to tear my eyes away from the 'herringbone floors' in the top right image, I also fell for the black cabinet. It not only feeds my passion for black glossy things, but also reminded me of my dear friend Tina's quest to assemble her living- and dining rooms. Tina, I would love to see your black cabinet glow in gold from within. Just like you do! xx
If you are not familiar with Tina's beautiful blog 'Komma Hem' you are in for a real treat. Not only does this girl share fabulous inspiration, she also blogs with a pure heart and always radiates kindness and love.
The above little door/cabinet knobs (can you see them there in the left image?) are adorable, and in the catalogue there is a whole page dedicated to them (and their sisters & brothers).
I also really liked the below image and that cute little owl lamp immediately made me think of my friend Will over at 'Bright Bazaar'. He has a real weakness for owls and I think he'd like this very much! Again, if this blog is not on your list of regular reads, add it immediately. This man knows how to please! Will we luv ya'! x