Some magazines are just so beautiful that it would be a shame to throw them away. But what to do when they start to pile up? Here are some magazine organizing ideas.
I truly believe that it is impossible to do your best work if you have to do it in a hideous environment. My home office needs to be clean and organized before I can get any work done. I also like to see how other people work, especially creative minds like architects, graphic designers, artists and so on. The work spaces below are all very different, but have a few things in common: they are light, spacious and aren’t overtaken by clutter. Just the way I like it.
Belgian designer Eline Rousseau has recently launched her label “Roomblush“. She created a timeless but contemporary wallpaper collection, clearly showing her passion for colours and prints. Wallpapers have made a huge comeback the last few years. More and more people use them again to highlight a wall, or to decorate an entire room. Eline is obviously keeping up with the trends! Continue reading
As the temperatures are finally rising (in Belgium anyway), the time has come for some typical spring/summer activities. One of the most relaxing things to do on a sunny day is having a delicious picnic with some friends, preferably in a nice park or garden. All you need is a picnic basket filled with yummy foods and drinks and of course, a picnic blanket. Continue reading
The new IKEA Stockholm collection is finally here! The IKEA designers created a timeless collection, which is meant to last for a few generations. The high quality materials, like walnut wood and full grain leather, only become more beautiful with age. The collection has a cool, retro feel and the walnut brown items go very well with the greens of spring. Continue reading
Czech designer Jan Skácelík loves Scandinavian design, which is clearly reflected in his graphic artwork. He makes these really cool posters and prints, often based on Scandinavian design classics. You can buy them in his Etsy shop. He also writes a design blog about everything he loves. What do you think of his work?