Take inspiration from Scandinavian traditions and bring the magic of hygge to your celebrations this Christmas with an enchanting Scandi Christmas look! For the last couple of years, Scandinavian design – characterized by simplicity, minimalism and functionality – has been a popular trend in interiors and that popularity doesn’t seem to be fading anytime soon. That added… Continue reading Have A Very Scandi Christmas!
Pair pink and green interiors together to add an instant pop of retro chic to your home! Pink and green are our new favourite colour combination for interiors. Paired together these two colours create a dreamy retro chic tropical feel, perfect for a fresh Spring/Summer update of your interiors. Keep reading below to see how you can… Continue reading Tropical Vibes: Pink and Green Colour Crush!
Hi All! The beginning of a new season is always a busy and exciting time of year for us, and this year the SS17 season was no different! January until the middle of February is always super hectic due to the amount of trade shows going on, honestly it feels like you are living out… Continue reading Ambiente SS17: News from our Brands!
Embrace the January Blues and enhance your home by adding an uplifting array of blue-hued homewares and accessories! The holiday season is now offically over and Spring still seems forever away, so it’s no wonder we all get a touch of the January Blues. So if you can’t beat the blues why not join them!… Continue reading Colour Trend: January Blues!
So it looks like we are all going green next year! Pantone have announced that Greenery (or Pantone 15-0343) as their Colour of the Year 2017. Described as a “fresh and zesty yellow-green shade that evokes the first days of spring, when nature’s greens revive, restore and renew”. This vibrant shade provides us with a reconnection… Continue reading Greenery – Pantone Colour of the Year 2017!
From London cloud to Stockholm sun and back again! We are back safe and sound from the most fantastic trip to the offices and weavery of Pappelina. The name comes from Papper (Swedish for paper!) and Lina, the founder and creator, hence Pappelina and yes the company started as a weaver of paper, then cotton… Continue reading Swedish Away Day with Pappelina