I am very proud of being Norwegian after visiting the Gifts & Interior Trade Fair here in Norway yesterday. After they hired Dagny Thurmann-Hoelseth behind The Daily D to be the creative leader of the fair, she and her team has done a remarkable work raising the trade fair to a much higher level than before, and where it´s finally more focus on Norwegian design!
// NORWEGIAN TALENTS
One of the things that impressed me the most was the “Talent” area by Klubben that shows nearly 60 objects, all designed by young Norwegian designers. Everything they show in this area is available to consumers, and both Norwegian and international manufacturers are represented. I found a lot of new products to add on my wishlist, and my goal this year is to invest in more Norwegian design!
The exhibition is designed and crafted by Sarah Wright Pilmet, Thomas Jenkins, and Sverre Uhnger.
The mirror Rise & Shine by Hunting and Narud is one of many favories from the “Talent” area. I also have to mention the beautiful Saddle chair by Angell, Wyller and Aarseth that was also shown at the trend area – I want it!! ( See it in leather and grey fabric in the picture below )
I wouldn´t mind having the Lune lamp by Sverre Uhnher either.
// TRENDS SS 2015
The trend area “Tendenser” done by talented interior stylist Kirsten Visdal was also truly impressive. It was all together very delicate and her prediction of this spring/summer-trends went straight to the heart – I love the color schemes and the products she has chosen and I suddenly felt for more color in our home.
Tiki Sofa by Andreas Engesvik in leather – such a beauty and on my wishlist of course!
Saddle by Angell, Wyller and Aarseth
NATURE, TRADITION & GREEN VALUES will be the three most important trends in Norway this spring/summer according to Kirsten Visdal and Dagny Thurmann-Hoelseth. I hope they are right, because I really like what I see…
What do you think?
Images: Nina Holst
Det er så deilig å drømme seg bort i vårlig inspirasjon når det laver ned med snø ute, så jeg ble ekstra glad når det kom et nytt Bo Bedre i posten i går. Bo Bedre er nok det bladet jeg abonnerer på som treffer stilen min aller best, og jeg blir alltid like inspirert når jeg leser bladet.
Bo Bedre ( som er Norges ledende interiørmagasin ) er midt i blinken for deg som er interessert i design og moderne interiør! Her får du de siste trendene først og alt du trenger å vite om design. Det bugner av hjem du kan drømme deg bort i, samt tips og inspirasjon til ditt hjem. Jeg elsker også shoppingguidene deres, som denne gangen handler om Gøteborg – passer meg perfekt siden jeg tar turen i mai.
I siste utgave kan vi også lese om det vakre hjemmet til Elisabeth Heier – et hjem som er en sann fryd for øyet og veldig inspirerende!
Dersom du også vil abonnere på Bo Bedre, kan jeg med glede fortelle at de nå tilbyr et knalltilbud på 3 blader + 2 stk Hvite Nappula lysestaker (107 mm + 183 mm) i mattlakkert stål fra Iittala som er formgitt og designet av Matti Klenell til kun 129,- ( + 49,- i porto )
Alt du trenger å gjøre er å bestille ved å sende SMS BOBNAPP1 til 2012 eller via dette skjema.
( Tilbudet gjelder kun for Norge )
Jeg lover deg masse bra inspirasjon!
Images: Nina Holst
I´m still into marble and have a few new marble products on my wishlist. I would love to have this box for my jewellery and this tealight holder in my bedroom, as I think they both would look really good to the rest of the room.
If you are looking for marble products as well, I´m happy to tell you that we have a lot to choose from on Stylizimo Shop here and here.
Are you on Instagram? I love to inspire there as well, so if you want to follow me there too, you´ll find me at @stylizimoblog
Here you see some pictures that I have shared lately..
I´ve had a little break from painting while moving and renovating before Christmas, but now I´ve had some time to paint again, and it feels great! Here you see my latest work in soft nude and pink with hints of dark grey and aubergine…
The painting is for sale, so if you are interested, please contact me at nina(at)stylizimo(dot)com ( Norway only )
See more of my paintings on my online gallery byNinaHolst.com if you like.
Images: Nina Holst