I love Scandinavian design - the colour palettes, the wood tones and the simplicity of the pieces to make up a functioning home. As far as I'm concerned, Scandinavian Design is minimalism at it's finest. So when I happened to see the new digital catalogue from House Doctor (Denmark based) for their "everyday items 2015", my heart skipped a beat.
Featuring mostly decorative items for the perfect minimalist home, the glass tones of grey, pink and greens reflected their way through the spaces and reminded me of the large floating glass buoys that my grandparents had at their house. The greenery featured throughout breathed a fresh life into the primarily white and naturally toned spaces whilst flickers of metallic tones glimmered and shone.
The blurb from House Doctor says:
"A home is created over a lifetime of memories and tales of who you were, are and wish to become – and your personal signatures are to be found in even the smallest details. Secret Signatures is an informal take on Scandinavian design... From a scale of subdued colours with hues of green and grey, we play with sculptural details, offbeat art objects and vintage references."
I really love this collection and the way this catalogue has been pieced together, it's great interior design + graphic design combined and it does a wonderful job at showing all the pieces in their best possible light. You can view the catalogue here and whilst you can't currently buy any of their range in Australia you can find some similar tonal pieces at Country Road and similar vases at Have You Met Miss Jones.