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10 Scandinavian Interiors Trends Fall/Winter 2016

Posted: 30 Aug 2016 06:16 AM PDT

For this coming Fall/Winter 2016, I’m seeing so many gorgeous deep colors mixed with brass and copper. Lots of green ranging from emerald to sage and mint. Color on the walls is also back (vs. stark white). You can see some of the trends on the rise in the newest collection of TineKHome which I’m about to present to you for the first time. These are just fantastic views of what you can expect from Scandinavia this year – I’m seeing velvet, glass, brass/gold, copper, loads of texture and glamour!

10 Scandinavian Interiors Trends Fall/Winter 2016
1. Velvet – Texture is definitely IN!

10 Scandinavian Interiors Trends Fall/Winter 2016
2. Brass – Tabletops, candle holders, legs on furniture, trims on mirrors

10 Scandinavian Interiors Trends Fall/Winter 2016
3. Colors of Mint, Eggplant, Indigo, Burgundy, Pale Pink, Emerald Green.

10 Scandinavian Interiors Trends Fall/Winter 2016
4. Linen – Bedding, pot holders, aprons, napkins, table covers, linen is IN!

10 Scandinavian Interiors Trends Fall/Winter 2016
5. Tabletop – Big focus on entertaining and tabletop with a simple, uncomplicated look and lots of natural materials, handmade ceramics, glassware…

10 Scandinavian Interiors Trends Fall/Winter 2016
6. Plants – Greenery is big right now in the home, from the absolute 1970’s jungle look to my favorite –the more minimalist approach shown above.

10 Scandinavian Interiors Trends Fall/Winter 2016
7. Natural materials – lighting, seats, benches in bamboo, cane, rattan…

10 Scandinavian Interiors Trends Fall/Winter 2016
8. Open shelving – Bookcases without sides are big right now for a light and airy feel.

10 Scandinavian Interiors Trends Fall/Winter 2016
9. Daybeds and benches – Either are desirable at the moment, in the entryway, bedroom, living room, even in a children’s room.

10 Scandinavian Interiors Trends Fall/Winter 2016
10. Small – Mid scale prints. Big, graphic patterns aren’t nearly as popular at the moment as the smaller scale patterns.

Love love love!

What do you like from this list?

(images: tinekhome)

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Questions For Massimo Bottura

Posted: 30 Aug 2016 03:15 AM PDT

Hi friends! Later this week I will travel to Berlin to meet Massimo Bottura, Italian restaurateur and the chef patron of Osteria Francescana, a three-Michelin-star restaurant based in Modena, Italy that was just named THE best restaurant in the world. I’m very excited to attend his #RespectFood event and have a chance to interview him for decor8 – so to all of you out there who love food and his work, do you have any specific questions that you’d like for me to ask him and I will do my best to share his answers with you either on Facebook live on Friday via my decor8 page OR next week here on my blog…

Questions For Massimo Bottura

Questions For Massimo Bottura

These photos are of his beautiful home with his American wife and business partner, Lara Gilmore, whom I have a girl crush on after watching her in the Netflix show, Chef’s Table, with Massimo. She is such an amazing woman!

Leave your questions in the comments section below please!

(Images: Filippo Bamberghi for Living magazine, Styling: Silvia Valassina)

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25 Stunning Scandinavian Workspaces: Interior Design Ideas

25 Stunning Scandinavian Workspaces: Interior Design Ideas

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25 Stunning Scandinavian Workspaces

Posted: 29 Aug 2016 07:00 AM PDT

Half the allure of modern work is a gorgeous office – wide, open-paned, light – a great space for thinking. Why would your home workspace be any different? These twenty-five inspiring workspaces can open your mind and your options, creating a view to look forward to each morning. Designed within space restrictions or as part of a bedroom, these examples from across the world have white space in mind. Think light, think airy, think IKEA. Think pops of colour that add focal points to clean spaces. Think functionality, drawers and ladders, workspaces that are both well-thought-out and daring. Find inspiration and clear the mind with these beautifully-productive workspace designs.

Visualizer: Michael Nowak  

Clear, white ceilings allow bubblegum red and ocean blue to dramatically border this minimalistic office design.

Visualizer: Diffuse Virtual  

Oscillating, near-clashing patterns add interest across bare white walls.

Visualizer: Leu Khanh  

Three wood variants, framed by black and white, introduce character to a light and airy space.

Visualizer: Bartosz Domiczek & Szymon Tworz  

A circle of rectangular, monochromatic portraits create a focal point next to a skylight.

Visualizer: Elena V Nedelcmu  

Three tiers of white shelving differentiate the workspace from a black-and-silver tripod stand.

Visualizer: Vasill Pastryhan  

Colour creates a calming feature wall in shades of teal, complemented by an earthy fawn chair.

Architect: Studio Wills + Architects  

Structured charcoal shelves and desks are made voluminous via Roman blinds and plant life.

Visualizer: Evermotion  

White-washed interiors with white, panelled flooring is reminiscent of times at beach baches.

Visualizer: Sasha Hamolin & ZROBYM architects  

A simple black-and-white screensaver can act as the central element of a minimalistic room.

Visualizer: Julien Stiévenard  

French windows and clean spaces highlight tiered pot plants, fur-laden chairs and woollen crop-ring mats, in this fresh-looking workspace.

Visualizer: Marcin Kasperski  

Two-roomed workspaces can create depth through mirroring similar elements. Square black bookcases frame the inner room and outer walls, with hanging glass lights and ornaments adding personality.

Visualizer: RNDR Studio  

Two angles of a room show how different shapes give different effects. White, rectangular spaces are peopled with colourful books and finished with a skylight.

Visualizer: Pixel Guardian  

Elongated surfaces give the illusion of space, bordered by black and white photography.

Visualizer: RNDR Studio  

Long, corridor-spaces can act as an office too, as this stone floor and mahogany-desked workspace shows. The bookcase creates both space and interest.

Visualizer: Anastasiia Andreichenko  

An artist's workspace has different needs. Canvases can fit in the corner of this workspace, where monochrome inspiration fills the walls and white and wood creates breathing space.

Visualizer: helmie halim  

This office inlet allows the creation of a new space. Work necessities find their home in a grid upon the wall, reflected in the grain of the chair.

Visualizer: Thomas Deffet  

Offices for two can sit in a larger room. Mild charcoal walls and simple furniture are elevated by a complex-patterned wooden floor.

Light, bright walls and rooms can afford bolder patterns. In this workspace, bold black and brown chairs are grounded by a striking striped rug.

Source: Bolia  

Windows and ladders act as the sole feature in this compact, teak and white-walled office.

Source: Bolia  

A similar effect is shown in this wall-shelved workspace design, with a wooden hula-hoop introducing an element of play.

Designer: Nordico  

A background feature can play a central part in integrating a room's elements. Stencilled birdcages and shelving are crucial to a seemingly standard design.

Visualizer: aTng 糖  

Workspaces next to beds can work, with the help of white space, inspirational quotes and a designated corner.

Visualizer: aTng 糖  

A pop of colour with a lemon cabinet transforms office staples into supporting characters, for artistic play.

Visualizer: Sachin Mahajan  

People portraits introduce the human into an often solitary task.

Visualizer: Denis Khramov  

Mirrored rooms with wide shaded windows offer green relief to a clear and mindful space.

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