Lucia Sunday and full house at the most so I get short and summarize the week's news in a fast sweep. What we have been invited lately? A heavy concept kitchen, a new concept color, a little sad blog news, and two nice Christmas gift ideas!
Ballingslöv has developed a new kitchen in collaboration with Jonas Lindvall. Marmorköket was presented at the opening of the exhibition "Jonas Lindvall – architecture, interior design, design" at Landskrona Konsthall, is made of white-pigmented boxes, with doors of a 6 mm thick marble veneer.
IKEA has shown pictures at its next limited collection, FOOTBALL is inspired by Brazil and has sales start in February. Will be sold for about 2 months and I'm speculative on this leg in clear lacquered molded eucalyptus plywood. See more pictures HERE!
The classic French brand LeCreuset launches its stoneware in a new gray "Mist Gray", which has received standing ovations in the blog world. And I can understand why. Very handsome!
This week's more industrious industry is that the founders of the interior design portal Lovelylife.se decided to move on to new adventures. A new editorial will take over from now on (look at the respective blog for its new address). I fully respect Johanna, Amelia, Kristin and Ulrik's conceptual ideas and think they have done a great job in developing the portal they started three years ago – so I keep the thumbs that the new ones keep the tab as high!
Swedish tenn has launched a new tray by designer Daniel Carlsten, sold in favor of the Red Cross's work for people on the run. Hearts Aces are available in limited edition 200 copies and cost 500 kronor. The entire sum goes short to the Red Cross.
Another kind of brightness and a really good Christmas gift idea for those who are sitting and thinking about things right now. Check out the "Candle of the Year" from ECPAT. Last but not least. This week's item for sale must be Ilse Crawford's lion. Check out all the pictures HERE. Happy lucia to everyone!
Photo: Ballingslöv, LeCreuset, IKEA, Lovelylife, Swedish Tenn, ECPAT and TheModernHouse