looking good from all angles.
by victoria comment


all of a sudden, everything looks angular to me. there’s loads of geometric shapes, like all those triangle trends we keep seeing around these days, from wallpaper patterns to furniture design. i took a look around and i’m even seeing a lot of a-frame architecture making a comeback too, which i’m thrilled about, because i love those cozy little nooks and crannies — so much fun to decorate those secret hideaways! yep, it’s looking good from all angles!

the re-launch of the Svend Skipper Papa Bear Chair from danish red; and susanna vento design.

some very angular danish modern dining room chairs and pendant lamps, via sköna hem.

pretty gold geometric pendant lamps from *Neëst*’s; and vanessa bruno’s mid-century modern triangular coffee table, interiør magasinet.

the very fabulous odyessy writing desk from graham & green.

angular inspiration from sköna hem; and some pretty great plywood pennants from against the wood grain.

these mid-century modern lounge chairs have a lovely angle to them, via bo bedre; and i love this Swedish a-frame house in Komstad, via my scandinavian retreat (above) and another lovely scandinavian a-frame via hus & hem (below).

• top image Katie Stratton’s (of Katie’s Pencil Box) home via the veda house.

10 responses to “looking good from all angles.”

  1. it is interesting to see how the trends are coming/moving…these angles, edges and triangles, we could see them in the car industry not so long ago, and now it’s growing a lot in the home design industry. very cool!

  2. funny how that happens, i did a similar bit of a post last friday. somehow, your brain just gets stuck somewhere and wants more of a certain visual. and then you see it everywhere! love the painting on that first a-frame wall.

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