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Spent the day at Louisiana with the boys. The Pop art exhibition is FANTASTIC so go go go! I´ll show more pics during the week. A little buzzy painting my walls pink.
Alternative art??? I love it. Thinking this icecream cone will go just swell with my pink walls in the kitchen… Do you have anything crazy on your walls?
The boys and I have just moved back to Østerbro and we need some decoration advice. As you can see Albert who is 8 did some color samples on the wall and we all agree on the pink (thank god the boy, who has impeccable taste also is color blind…). But now my crazy girlfriend photographer MariaP suggested that I also paint the floors yellow to get the real Villa Ville Kulla look and feel – she calls me Pippi Longstockings. Normally I always go all in without thinking twice, but this time I´m a little reluctant. So please help me out. Should i just go for the pink pastels on the walls in my kitchen or should I go all in and paint all the floors in the apartment yellow as well?
By the way … It´s great to be back ;)
Our Blog’nhagen video is finally out. Check out how you can create hype and attention about your brand through socialmedia and event marketing. Thanks to all our sponsors, fantastic bloggers who flew in from the whole of Europe and to Brittany for being such a cool partner I loooove working with you baby!!!!!
Enjoy our wonderful Copenhagen and all it has to offer in terms of design, food and fashion…
Wanna know more about the event go to www.blognhagen.com
I´m decorating a little loft apartment here in Copenhagen. The budget is tiny tiny. In assignments like these I always spend a lot of the budget on paintwork as it gives maximum effect for few dollars. Then I look to Ikea for almost all furniture, lamps etc. When all is done I see how much I´ve got left to spend and get 2-3 more extravagant things like a bright colored Vipp dustbin or some colorfull prints for the walls. I found this funny lamp and fell instantly in love. The mood board for the apartment is quite raw and industrial with pale colors on the walls, steel and wood for kitchen and furniture and in the middle of all this coolness I plan to place this fun, crazy lamp. I´ll show you pics of the place when I´m done and you can let me know what you think.
Ps. Thumbs up for cool styling Ikea!!!!
I´m writing an article about webshops this month and look what I stumbled across at Casashops webshop. I´m just loving these bulbs designed by Swedish Eric Therner. Next time we are remodelling the bathroom I will put 7-8 of these bulbs around the mirror. Very Marilyn Monroe I think!
It´s springtime folks!!! Both in my calendar and outside. This means picnics on the beach, hanging out with friends and being outside all day at our summerhouse in the north of Zealand. This picture is from a feature i did with photographer MariaP, at a house just around the corner from where we live. You can read the whole article and see all the pics from this wonderful inspiring summerhome in Alt Interiør this month and even the trendy Italians at Casa facile has bought the article. Kind a neat :)
Wallnut had the pleasure of working with Tine Arentsen Willumsen of Above & Beyond and her partners Giorgio Armani, Moët & Chandon, Nimb, Ole Lynggaard, Sten Bergströem, Valentino, Valisere, Viktor & Rolf and YSL on the fantastic fashion event “Secret Boudoir” Monday evening.
The scene was set in extraordinary surroundings at Hotel Nimb next to the Tivoli Gardens. Tine and her partners wanted to give their clients a sensual and luxurious experience that they would not forget.
In 6 suites there were beautifully styled dancers dressed in luxury from top to toe, acting out different scenes from unpacking to more sensual scenes at the end of the journey…
After a walk through scenes that can only be described as Vogue magazine gone live, it was time for pink bubbles and chocolate in Nimbs atmospheric bar.
Wallnut had a big part in planning and styling the Secret Boudoir universe and oh my did I have fun!!!! And thanks to Brittany Watson for helping me out, when time was …. Very short!
Ps. You can get the stilettos at Kassandra, Jewelry at Ole Lynggaard, fur from Sten Bergström, Lingeri, makeup & Perfume at Magasin, Chocolate from A xoco,
Hair styling: Intercoiffure Young, Sasscha Hirtsgaard & Team
Makeup: Ditte Kragballe & team
Performers: Pivot, Mette-Louise & Jesper Kryger
Event: Brammers, Nijolaj Brammer
Logo etc:Benedicte Maria, Benedicte Maria Pedersen
PR: Rikke Glad PR, RikkeGlad Kirstein
Photo: Emilia Therese
Last week I had the privilege of interviewing designer Leif Sigersen at Vesterbro. On the way back I stopped by the interiors shop Maur. And look what I found! Sebastian Errazuriz has designed this neat chopping board for Kikkerland. He wanted to show us women the way to a mans heart…. How very thoughtful and romantic of him!
It can be yours, all you have to do is “like” wall nut on Facebook and share the post I did on the chopping board with your friends.
Kevin Lyons is famous for his humorous little monsters that now decorate the waste bin in Colettes signature color. During the design process the young designer pictured loads of blue monsters having a blast of a party in the shop after closing time.
The waste bin is produced in 30 limited edition copies and can be yours for 300 Euros. Visit the fab store Colette in Paris or shop on line at www.colette.fr.
They are designed in Britain by Fieldcandy. Their mission is to produce unexpected designs for the camping space, my only comment is MISSION ACCHOPMLISHED!
If you can´t find me at Roskilde this summer just look for the watermelon tent! I´ll be there…
“Like” Fieldcandy on facebook and shop on www.fieldcandy.com
I never go to London without popping by The Conran Shop. Out of all the ornaments they have in the shop these are my three favourites.
I got the pheasant for my husband who just started hunting this autumn, never have I seen such excitement over a christmas ornament…