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some things I liked this week…

Hoof

{ above: Hoof by Samuel Wilkinson for Danish brand &tradition }

It was the blog YellowTrace that made me want to list up some of my favorites that I can find online from the Stockholm Furniture Fair and design week 2012. I am sure many more designs will be added to this list throughout the year but let's finnish this week with some amazing new furniture designs and one crazy funny Kitchen tool see below… 

Charliedelpe

These soft boxes by Charlie Delpe

Spinstool

these colored spin stools by Staffan Holm for Swedese … 

DING3000_BEATERthis Beater from Ding3000

Notedesign
The Excursion by Note Design

 

Let me wish you a wonderful weekend as always!! I hope to see you back on Monday when I start with some Dutch things and a super nice home in Malaysia! xoxo Irene

 

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  1. modern

    HI
    i would like to say thank you about this cool post, and this idea very helpful to me and nice article
    Thank You

  2. Elli

    I LOVE that Hoof coffee table, what a cool idea to make the legs of the table look like pencils! Thank you for sharing!

  3. Emma

    First came here, they are so good that you will often see, the article. Thank you for sharing!


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