“it list” emma’s design blog.
by victoria comment

3/24/11

i’m so excited to begin sharing these “it lists” from creative people i’ve come to admire from all over the interwebs! first up, is one of my personal favorite blogs, emma’s design blog. i can’t go there without wishing i lived inside emma’s fabulous finds. always inspiring!

emma fexeus of emma’s design blog shares her “it list” – a dozen things she’s hankering for right now. here’s why:

I’m always in the mood for black, white and gray. I have tried using more colour in my home, but the only one that stays with me is yellow, in very small doses. Most of the things on my list are by Scandinavian designers which fits my style perfectly, I love clean lines and natural materials as they feel very genuine and timeless to me. I’ve soon seen enough of the industrial lighting trend, but the Triplex lamp is not a mock-up, it’s the real thing, formerly used in hospitals and factories, which makes it special to me. All of these things would go into my newly renovated living room, except for the kitchen cabinets obviously, and would give the room the perfect finish! The Marc Jacob’s perfume is actually for myself, I only use men’s perfumes as I find the ones for women much too sweet and flowery for my personality, I guess I’m more of a green, woody, citrusy kind of person.

get emma’s “it list”: 1. Gunnel black & white plastic rug from Brita of Sweden;  2. Nesting by Cilla Ramnek and Pia Ulin;  3. A Triplex lamp4. Woody Shelf from Hay5. Themis mobile by Clara von Zweigbergk6. Marc Jacobs for Men edt7. Etcetera by Sibella Court  8. A white Fire candle holder by Anna Kraitz;  9. Dropit hooks from Normann Copenhagen; 10. Binth Matching Game.

11. Rest sofa by Andersson & Voll for Muuto; and 12. The Gallery kitchen from Marbodal.

21 responses to ““it list” emma’s design blog.”

  1. That was lovely! And what a great eye you have chosen for your first It List maker: every entry on Emma’s blog triggers a new It List…and it’s excruciating!
    We’re going to LOVE this column!

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