simply danish.

oyoy-catalogue

The name OYOY is inspired by the letters OY, which since 1929 have been written on every Danish aeroplane regardless of where in the world it may be located. primary designer Lotte Fynboe named the company with these letters indicating that OYOY is a Danish company, focusing on form, function, colour and exquisite materials and inspired by the classic, Scandinavian style.... 
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isn’t it romantic?

romantic-bedroom

elle interiör by emma persson lagerberg and petra bindel. they tell me mad love is in the air this week. my cynical side says this could be a conspiracy theory put out there by the folks at hallmark or the chocolate making industry, but hey, i’ll roll with it. if nothing else, no matter what your romantic status is, valentine’s day is certainly one of the prettiest... 
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the latest from ferm living.

ferm-living-pillows

ferm living’s new Spring/summer 2013 collection is out and Once again they have set the bar high with great design and charming products in a lovely palette of new colors and patterns. i always admire the way ferm living combines unexpected colors that just somehow work really well together, and the spring/summer collection is no exception. here’s a look at what’s... 
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luxe pins.

luxe-pins

happy new year everyone! it feels like forever since my last post so let’s get right to it. first, a pale pink sleeveless tank with a lovely beaded collar from bloom (no. 1),  a birchwood geometric pendant by snugstudio (no. 2), gorgeous styling from the danish house doctor catalog (no. 3), a recipe for rhubarb & rosewater syrupfrom 101 cookbooks (no. 4),... 
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dear bloomingville, please come to america.

pastel-cups

i’m very envious of those of you living in europe right now. i kept seeing pins of these beautiful products and tracked them to down to a company called bloomingville in denmark. success! and then i discovered, alas, they are primarily distributed throughout european cities and i’ve yet to find many stateside shops carrying bloomingville’s goods — but... 
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