House Doctor is a Danish company, creating Scandinavian beautiful interior for your home, with a personal and informal style.
Twice a year there’s a new collection presented, Everyday and Moments. Everyday is presented in January and contains new products as well as favourites from the existing range, while the Moments collection, presented in August, mainly consists of novelties and seasonal accessories.
The product range is very wide, ranging from kitchen storage, vases and furniture to an exclusive assortment of clothing and sophisticated accessories. With the elements mixed rather than matched. As beautiful as the Nordic nature.
Munio means ”I defend” in Latin and describes the Danish design company philosophy and strong eco friendly principles; A commitment to preserve the planet’s endangered rain forests. Every bead is not only created from sustainable wood from FSC®-certified forest areas, but also a contribution to reestablishing the forest areas that have been removed to accomodate farming or plantations. For every Munio item sold, they will plant a tree in tropical areas.
Munio designs, manufactures and markets high quality home accessories and jewellery, made in natural wood or other environmentally friendly materials.
We recommend heading over to the munioshop.com and take a look at the leather bracelet as well -so beautiful!
The Stylish Holm pendant light was originally designed by Anton Fogh Holm in the 1960s. His grandchild, Danish designer Kim Aa Holm, has taken his grandfathers lamp and changed the design slightly, with the suspension now being a bit different, originally glue was needed, but now it all slots together making it easy to self assemble.
This is one of the more affordable lighting and designer lamps on the market with the retail price £52.
It’s now on sale at the Scandinavian Design Centre for £35 (Cord and light bulb not included.) The pendant is made in ivercote duo cardboard and measures 50cm. We think it would be a lovely statement piece in any contemporary home.
Building a walk-in closet in a small bedroom may seem like an impossible dream, but it’s pretty easy to do. With the affordable IKEA wardrobe systems to choose from you can divide your room and double your storage, easily by being your own interior architect. This is a DIY video on how to build a walk-in closet in one afternoon using the PAX storage system. Very clever!
I’m considering the flexible floor-to-ceiling storage STOLMEN system, great for smaller bedrooms, hallways and any room. You start with two poles and then mount the storage units you choose between them. Just add more sections whenever you need to. You can fix it to the wall or the ceiling. Storage options include everything from cabinets and shelves to clothes rails and hooks. Also recommend to pop over to Style Bubble; Say Stoooolmen for great DIY inspiration and lots of photos.
Now, need to start sketching STOLMEN IKEA dream wardrobe system… Wish me luck!
The house is beautifully situated on the top of a hill overlooking the ocean and the horizon. The design of the house allows a close interaction with the surrounding nature and the beautiful scenery, giving the feeling of being outdoor when inside.
The use of wooden materials that will gradually develop a grey patina allows the contemporary design house to interact and naturally blend in with the colours of the surrounding landscape.
The Toj consists of a skeleton, hanging rail and shelf providing space for clothes, shoes and bags. It’s produced in two different sizes both in ash wood with white or grey shelves and will be available from August 2012.