Wednesday’s Design Inspiration

I was browsing a lovely blog called Decorology.  I fell in love with the deep purplish navy, almost black armchair with the ornate French vintage legs.  The vermillion lamp acts as a great accent.

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I think this cup might be available at Style Nordic at Ann Siang Road. I know it’s bad to covet, but I covet it deeply, especially the one in midnight blue.

Klaus Haapaniemi’s new Taika (Finnish for fantasy or magic) collection for Iittala merges folklore and architecture to create a modern world on ceramic dinnerware. Produced in two colour schemes, Haapaniemi unveils a world of mythical creatures, animal hybrids with some human features, living within a floral and fauna based forest.

Each Taika piece is hand crafted by applying silk screen print design to basic white porcelain before being glazed and fired. Modern style comes to life in this dinnerware collection, maintaining Iittala’s ability to mix and match pieces while adding a touch of magic to your home and everyday life. Iittala products are built for life and oven, microwave and freezer safe.

Cup 200 ml, saucer 15 cm


Cup 100 ml, Saucer 11 cm

And more from Cloudberry. Imagine a treetrunk vase.

Or a Living Tiny Train Wall Sticker

And what a gorgeous pale pink rotary phone. I wish we could have kept our old phones but the telephone company then which was Telecoms Singapore took our beautiful old ones away and replaced then with the ugly push button ones. These days with Singtel you have to buy your own phone. I can see why Vintage is back in vogue.

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2 Responses to Wednesday’s Design Inspiration

  1. 365days2play says:

    I love all these furniture!!! But the practical side of me always takes over and says “don’t waste money”!!!

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