Top Creative Interior Design Resources

Top Creative Interior Design Resources – A repost / guest post from the Lladro Blog 

When it comes to finding interior design resources and ideas, we know that online sources are quick and easy ways to see the most visually inspired projects as fast as possible. It is like being able to visit the top designer’s studios in person, see the most bespoke and inventive rooms in a moment. If you are also into seeing designs, objects and interior design leaders’ projects in person and close up, events are an important interior design resource as well.

This is our special gallery of a few of the numerous top design fairs, shows and exhibits allover the world, held almost every month throughout the year. Explore imaginative and beautiful events and sites featuring some of the most interesting interior design resources these days.

 

Interior Design Resource #1 – Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair

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Stockholm Furniture and Light

 

This exciting fair runs from February 7-11, 2017  and has much to offer in interior design resources. One of the most exciting features this year is the must-see Hayon DNA Gallery. In honor of the prolific and exciting Spanish designer Jaime Hayón, this is a site specific and unique installation that includes humor, invention and fantasy. On view are sculptures and functional objects all laid out in themes such as Sculpting Form, Fantasy Play, Craft Heritage, Flora Fauna and Folk Culture.

 

Interior Design Resource # 2 – Maison & Objet, Paris, France

 

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Maison & Objet, Antonio Facco

 

From all the incredible premieres of amazing designs, decorative items, artwork and interiors this annual exhibition is one of the top international interior design resources.

Pictured here is a colourful and captivating vignette showcasing the work of Antonio Facco who was nominated as a rising talent in this year’s Maison & Objet event. This very special show features rising talent, established icons and new technologies among many other design and decorating delights.

Interior Design Resource # 3 – ICFF, NYC 

 

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ICFF, NYC

 

ICFF is a destination interior design resource and fair of the best in international furniture design. This year it will be held on May 20-23, 2018 Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, NYC. 

The special NYC show is like an unlimited resource for new design, decor, interior design, industrial design, artistic innovation and more. Artists, designers, decorators and collectors flock to the event to see what’s new in the design world and get inspiring ideas and select the best in luxury design.

Interior Design Resource #4 – IMM in Cologne, Germany

 

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IMM, Cologne

 

Coming up soon is the famous IMM (International Interiors show) in Cologne Germany. This beautiful grisaille themed room is by Tommy M. Industrial chic meets the most architectonic sculpture sensibility, with layers of luxurious texture and fabrics, a vision of contemporary modernism and regal luxury.

 

Interior Design Resource # 5 – Salone del Mobile, Milan, Italy

 

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Pistacchi Design, Comma 2, Salone del Mobile, Milano

 

Salone del Mobile Milano will be on view once again from 17th to 22nd April 2018. This is a destination for anyone looking for the best in design, here you will find the most avant-garde, the most luxurious, experimental and classic contemporary vision imaginable. With an eye on global culture and innovation, there will be more than 2,000 exhibitors this year.

Whatever your style, needs or passion we suggest any of these creatives events as well as trending sites like Dezeen and Archdaily.

And one should not forget both print and online version of top decorating magazines such as House Beautiful,  Elle Decor, or the Swedish version. If you are looking for ideas and inspiration for a home build, do visit this exciting blog by our experts as well.

Décor Trends for Spring

Décor trends for springtime fun. If you enjoy Scandinavian style, artistic and modern touches but want some fresh ideas welcome to our gallery of spring time decor ideas.

Bunnies are the star of the show here, but with a twist, from artistic textiles to art prints, sculptures and bedding, modern whimsy rules.

 

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When paired with Scandinavian hues and texture, pink is made warm and modern. Offset by gray and a sweet but edgy art print, this room is fresh enough for spring and stylish for the most discerning of art and design lovers. We love the dusky colors and this delightful creature Miss Della.

 

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For those of prefer subtle spring time or easter themes in their modern decor, why not the Ferm Living Rabbit Mirror from Einrichten Design.

 

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A charming touch of spring with this rabbit sculpture from SS18 Scandi Main, B&Q.

 

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Bunny Print Wera cushion cover with pompoms from Dekoria

 

 

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Bring spring with something woodland and fun like this SNURK Furry Friends Duvet Set from Cuckoo Land.

Hanna Nyman’s Gardens of Paper

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Hanna Nyman is a Swedish artist and product designer whose beautifully hand constructed paper works are a world onto themselves, a world of light and gardens overlapped with fanciful patterning.

Hanna began in screen printing on textiles as well as print design and one of her first major paper projects included a magnetic wallpaper with three-dimensional flowers growing out of the pattern, shown at Stockholm Furniture fair. After graduation she worked as a print designer in fashion for several years. Working with paper came naturally to Hanna, her own father was a printer, and the floral themes draw from time spent with her grandmother a florist.  The artist’s ongoing sculptural paper series Back to Poetry was a turning point for her and led to a focus on paper art.  It was pleasure to interview Hanna about her creative story and project!

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Art as poem, poem as art, tell me more about this relationship and way of working?

This idea was actually born at art school when we did our final project for graduation. All the lecturers and professor during the years had described my work as poetic. I never really understood what they meant so I decided to get inspiration from a poem for this last project and figure it out.

This was so powerful to me! The poem that I chose lived with me those month. Every time I read it a found something new about it.

My work is narrative rather than functional. Poetry is also narrative – a feeling.

Tell me a bit about your process, inspiration, conceptualization, experiments, and what types of paper and materials do you use?

I always start my day with a quick look through Instagram and get my dose of inspiration straight away. I get the most energy when I look at artists that work with different materials or have a different style. I also find interior design very inspiring.

I usually get really inspired by the colors and hand feel of the different papers in paper shops. Normally I don’t have a clue of what I will make when I go in there but when I go out my mind is full of ideas.

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I almost never draw any sketch before I start to cut. I have a picture in my head and I just make up as I go along. It’s very liberating and experimental for me to work like this. I use different types of paper. Thick, thin, newspaper. Once I made huge pieces for a client made out of garbage.

This is what’s so amazing with paper. It’s flat and boring at start but if you put some effort into it, it can become something amazing.

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Did you make art as a child? Can you tell me more about your training and background?

I made all kind of arts as a child. Mostly I used to paint on stuff and make my own doll houses and small furniture out of cardboard. I was also into wooden crafts in high-school. We had a really nice workshop with all the machines and material plus the best teacher. So I spent most of my time there. After high-school the plan was to keep on study furniture design. But somehow I moved to London and started study fashion design. I moved back home after a year and after a couple of years all I did was make clothes until I realized that it was the decoration that appealed to me, not the clothes themselves.

At this point I started to study at Konstfack. I was accepted as a “special student”, and that meant that I could use the whole school, every department however I wanted. This was perfect for me as I had a background in different materials. When I think about those years i still think this was the most creative place I’ve ever been and it was just wonderful. It was at this time I started to work with paper.

Not many people have seen the flowers and sculptures in real life.

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Why florals? Are there specific traditions you refer to in painting, textile art or illustration you find yourself drawn to?

My grandmother was a florist. I remember growing up visiting her at the shop. I sat on the counter and just looked at all the beauty. Maybe that’s why I always been drawn to flowers. When I was working a lot with all-over prints my favorite was always making big colourful florals.

If you would describe your vision and style in a few sentences what would you say?

I use my paper sculptures as illustrations. A big part of the final result is the photography. It gives me the chance to set the tone and feeling to the picture. I like to keep the colours a bit toned down together with black and a splash of a strong color. A dream would of course be so show them somewhere in the future to the public in some way.

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You may learn more about artist and designer Hanna Nyman’s beautifully constructed paper spaces and gardens on her website, shop or via Instagram @backtopoetry

Muuto -Leading Talent in Contemporary Design

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One can spend hours looking at the sculptural pieces by the fine designers of Muuto, an innovative and visionary Scandinavian design company offering furniture and decorative accessories that are distinguished by a graceful beauty.

 

Imagine the unfurled leaf shiny surface down, creating a well of space, like a human palm, the matte color of this underside subtle and full of shadow, color rich yet tonal, the quiet of a forest floor.

 

This is how the organic shape of many of Muuto’s pieces seem to evolve, texture and form orchestrated to become functional, understated, light weight, and sculptural. So many of the pieces seem a marriage of manmade architectural beauty and biomorphic shaping….coming together to create form  that one cannot help but respond to….

 

It is with great pleasure that I share my short interview with Christian Grosen, Director of Design at Muuto.

 

Christian, the Muuto designs have an architectural sensibility to them, particularly the furniture, and yet almost every piece is distinguished by an attention to texture, can you tell me how these elements are woven so beautifully together? Is there a certain process to make functional items so usable and so beautiful? 

Christian Grosen…It’s the result of a close dialogue between Muuto’s creative team and the external designers. From the very beginning of a project we are aware of balancing the contemporary and the lasting qualities of a given design. A design must live up to our design values which also touches upon an architectural appearance and attention to detail and material.

 

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Who do you find to be the most inspiring in terms of historic designers? 

I’m a great fan of Jean Prouvé. He somehow managed to create his own unique and absolutely stunning design universe. The Danish designer Poul Kjærholm is also one of my idols. I had the pleasure of working on his designs together with his widow Hanne Kjærholm when I was at Fritz Hansen. She taught me how to achieve beauty and logic in a design through understanding the character of materials.

In what ways do natural materials inform your aesthetic? 

Each material has its own character. I think it’s important to understand the material and to use it in the right way where aesthetics, function, quality and price become a coherent whole.

 

 

Muuto shootWorkshop Chair designed by Cecilie Manz

 

Most interesting series or project? 

I’m very proud of the Workshop Chair by Cecilie Manz. It’s an archetypical wooden chair – cool, contemporary and attractive, yet lasting in its appearance. I’m sure it will be in the collection for decades due to it’s high level of craftmanship and inherent lasting qualities.

 

 

 

 

And as for yourself Christian — may I ask -did you always make things or design -when you were a child for example -what was your first creative memory? 

Always…I remember building all kinds of stuff in the workshop in my parents basement. I grew up on a large brewery which was a great playground and inspiration for a kid. I remember I found scrap metal and wood in the brewery’s containers and build my own imaginary machines and constructions. There were always an aesthetic hierarchy in the way I used the materials – indirectly I guess it’s more or less the same I do today.

 

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Stacked Storage System, Oslo Designers Julien De Smedt and Anderssen & Voll

 

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  The Visu stool designed by Mika Tolvanen

 

See more of these lovely designs, the stories and process behind Muuto HERE.

The Color of Ink -New Decor Trend

A new decor trend that has an enduring classicism – black and the deepest of charcoal greys, we might even count the inky blues in this category. Whatever the hue, dark moody colors decorate walls, fireplaces and even furnishings. You can select one area in your living room to create depth and elegance, and a bold swash of serious grown up beauty or you can go full in with a nigh sky wall…Enjoy our gallery of exceptional decorating ideas using these deep shades…

 

Farrow and Ball Paint Color Railings No.31

Farrow and Ball’s Paint Estate Eggshell Railings No.31

 

 

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Samuel Johde Loft Connexion

This room makes me so happy, the herringbone wood floors, amazing lacquer like black details, and white woodwork. A traditional space that becomes contemporary and yet maintains a profound respect for the beauty of traditional handicraft and home building. Stunning use of black…

 

 

 

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Farrow and Ball Paint Color Stiffkey Blue No. 281

 

 

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Delightfully luxurious greys and green are perfection.. from South Hill Home, Toronto

 

 

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A view of Lotta Agaton’s amazing home..the luxuriousness of grey…..

 

 

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A beautiful black infused bedroom that combines opulence with simplicity….from DelightFULL

 

Curated by Kids -Beautifully Fun Rooms Part II

Hello! Welcome to part 2 of our popular curated by kids decor series! This is a fun collaborative effort by Rosalina, her daughters, and a occassionally random group of neighborhood kids, mostly girls age 5-12. We noticed that if something seems magical or fantastical it’s a winner. Case in point, a rabbit leaping over a mountain in gorgeous graphic wallpaper  in the sweetest of muted pinks,  or an eyelashed pillow….or even a pear dollhouse…

 

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Ferm Living

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Pear House by Little Earth Nest Eco Toys 

 

 

 

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Emily Merritt Collection, From Pottery Barn Teen. I find that PBT sheets are a huge investment but they last a lifetime, the percale cotton seems to get better with age.

 

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Engel & Bengel

 

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Yellow is a unifying color and brings these patterns together beautifully. Not a lover of pinks? Not a problem. The blossom duvet is classic and on trend. Mix and match styles, like this eclectic white bed with retro floral designs. Image courtesy of Serena and Lily.

 

 

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Classic white desk that can go to an apartment when your little gets older, or stay @ home for holidays. Image courtesy of The Land of Nod.

 

 

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Oh baby, who doesn’t have a panda crush, and guess what these are from H&M which means they are super inexpensive.

Check out the irresistible prettiness is this Takotomo bedspread in polka dots with gold piping!

How about an  adorable bedside table ? Large Round Wooden Side Table in Mint with Contrast Colored Legs from Sisters Guild.

 

 

Put your stuff away please! Bins, bins +more bins. By RiceDK from Sisters Guild.

 

Curated by Kids -Decor for Little Girls’ Rooms + Tween Style

Got a tween girl? Maybe she is not into the rosebud sheets and dolls as much anymore, and needs something a little more hip? Discover ideas curated by kids courtesy moi and my team of littles.

Expertise provided by my kids, neighbor ladies, ages 8-17, and various mini color lovers, sparkle aficionados, tiny surfers, dog lovers, and excellent students.

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Hate that chaotic look on top of the dresser or the desk? Contain it. We love the ultra modern + streamlined color of Korridor Pyramid Storage Boxes. From Red Candy whose tag line is ShutUpBeige.

 

 

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A fabulous trendy decor addition from TakaTomo.de

 

 

 

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Design within Reach

 

 

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Yes please…cactuses are wonderful from FrankieLoves. amazing bright colors and fun patterns! Warning, if you visit this company’s website, you might fall IN LOVE with the gorgeously curated amazingness. It’s the only place I have ever been that’s made me NEED a hamburger themed lamp shade. Must have…

 

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And the winner is…Junk Food Deluxe Handmade Lampshade rom LoveFrankie

 

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Krispy Dreme Cream Cushion from IDecorate.

 

 

 

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What a nice green desk for your tween. Image courtesy of The Land of Nod.

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Yum! I love pineapple, check out this decorative candle, from RedCandy. And next, hand selected by two tweens –an over the top scrumptiously rococco style bed for your darling.

 

What do you think about this super ornate and amazing bed. Maybe rock this out with funky linens? Move over Marie Antoinette, let’s lounge in this Gold Queen bed from The French Bedroom Company  High-Low it with H&M Linens with stars or maybe half moons from Ferm Living.

 

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Or maybe a lovely bench by RiceDK from Sisters Guild!

 

 

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Design crush time for everything on Ian Snow’s site! This pretty velvet pouf is perfect for hanging with friends.

 

 

 

 

 

Beautiful Spaces, Interior Decor Inspirations

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Minimalist Bedrooms have a certain grace….via Entrance Makleri, Sweden

 

Faux Fur with White via True Colors Brussels

Faux Fur Cozy, via True Colors Brussels

 

Baklava by Claesson Koivisto Rune via Great Dane

 

Baklava by Claesson Koivisto Rune via Great Dane

 

Baklava Pendant via Great Dane

Baklava Pendant

 

 

Joanna Laven Sandbergs + Hildasro via Agent Bauer

Stylist Joanna Laven, via Agent Bauer

 

Klippan Bengt & Lotta Wooden Tray in Light Blue via Huset-shop.com

Klippan Bengt & Lotta Wooden Tray in Light Blue via Huset

 

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Mary Kannu, Ellos Home, Finland

 

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Little Garden, via Entrance Makleri, Sweden

 

 

Sweet kitchen via Stadshem

Sweet Swedish Kitchen, via Stadshem

 

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Beautiful Vintage Mirrors Hung Salon Style, via SF Girl by the Bay

 

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Amazing Kids Dinnerware + Table Top Ideas

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Nanna Design, Bloomingville Mini

 

We finally graduated from our collection of super cute vintage plastic plates + bowels and we are ready to use porcelain plates! I wanted to get something that would appeal to grade-school age kids,  but can be used into the teen years. And I wanted to avoid cartoons and Disney Princesses etc.

We have used a combo of single vintage plates in coordinating colors, and discovered Jim Ward’s (JimBobArt) amazing line of plates with humorous and illustrative style plates, RiceDK and so many great sets, enjoy the beautiful selection!

 

 

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The Sandwich Defender Plate, Jim Bob Art

 

 

 

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The Storybook Rabbit Shop

 

The Storybook Rabbit Shop on Etsy has great paintings on vintage dishes, like this wonderful rabbit plate above,  and while they run high in terms of pricing, they are just so charming, and make amazing gifts! And the Australian based artisan makes custom orders!

 

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If you chose vintage places I suggest hand washing so the finish does not come off and expose your kids to any toxic paint etc. Do not use cracked plates, and feel free to combine vintage pieces with usually pricey sale items single pieces from department stores, thrift or outlets.

I recently curated an amazing collection of animal themed plates for one little boy, each sources sourced from thrift stores or sales at retailers (where only odd numbers of plates are on sale) so this approach can be used for any taste.

 

 

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Spode Plate Set via Horchow

 

 

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Rockett St. George

 

 

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Wee Gallery

 

 

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Ebony Line, Sketch Inc.

 

 

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Rice DK

 

 

 

Biobu Ekobo Plates

Biobu (Bamboo fiber plates)

 

 

 

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Lapin Citron

 

 

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Rice DK

 

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