Ferm Living is Home accessories characterised by their clean design with a graphic touch. The new MORE collection for SS14 offers a variety of fresh news for the family home -and some fantastic cool kids interior and toys!
Ingela P Arrhenius is a Swedish based illustrator, with a naive style inspired by the design of the 50’s and 60’s. She has in the past collaborated with several Scandinavian design companies and this time around, for ferm LIVING, she’s been illustrating some whimsical animal print cushions and blankets, cloud and kite wallpaper and even the cutest kite hanging mobile.
Organic, retro, simple, beautiful kids bedding -the choice is yours! In the light of yesterdays post, about getting into good everyday routines, good sleep is one vital part of it. So we thought we’d make it simple for you and share the Top 5 Best Children’s Bedding; Beautiful, contemporary, eco-friendly and affordable children’s bed linen, designed in Scandinavia.
If you follow the Little Scandinavian blog you may remember that we featured the Ferm Living housewarming party that took place in Copenhagen, last week. It was great to see the new home of the Danish design interior and home accessories company -and also to check out all new products. Ferm Living is the playful design that makes the difference to the children’s bedroom; With lots of delicate materials, geometric shapes and sophisticated structures, combined to create distinctive design giving your interior that extra touch. Introducing the new Ferm Living MORE collection for Autumn Winter 2013;
For the kids collection we are happy to launch new designs in collaboration with Ingela P Arrhenius from Sweden. Fine textiles and wallpapers with delicate clouds, kites dressed with butterflies and new animal friends are characterising this new kids range. You can also decorate your kid’s room with
our new coloured lamps and knitted happy flags. These flags are designed by Danish Kristina Dam.
As the official campaign images was released this week, we thought we should share the highlights with you.
© Ferm Living MORE for Autumn Winter 2013
Ferm Living will be exhibiting at Formex Stockholm 15-18 August – Design Trade Copenhagen 28-30 August and Maison & Objet Paris 6-10 September. See more at fermliving.com
Scandinavia is a great source for Mid-Century Modern design, with a range of popular design classics. Now, these classics are also available for the little people in our life, children’s furniture that does not stand back in terms of functional sleek design and superb quality. Utzon Kids is the new Danish company behind the sleek lounger for children. Available in textiles to match your home decor and personal style, or in this supreme leather finish, as shown below.
Scandinavian children’s fashion and design is leading in terms of functionality but also sustainability. It’s deliberating (perhaps in particular as a mum of young children) to see how naturally integrated children are in all aspects of every day life in Scandinavia, as small individuals with their own personality. Many leading Scandinavian designers have chosen to focus on children and how to improve their living with functional and fun design.
Source Ferm Living Blog
For the most design conscious family, there’s a array of options of junior design classics to fit into the contemporary family home. Although it might not seem like it, to most Scandinavians its more about quality and functional design that will last for generations, not so much about trends and fashion.
Mid-Century modern is an architectural, interior, product and graphic design that generally describes mid-20th century developments in modern design, architecture, and urban development from roughly 1933 to 1965. Known now as Mid-Century Modern, the style is now recognised worldwide as a significant design movement. Notable designers include Arne Jacobsen and Hans Wegner.
There’s a range of new soft animals friends from Danish interior brand Ferm Living. The colourful snake, in honour of the Chinese year of the snake is both decorative and fun. The whale is cute too!
Add removable wallstickers for an instant touch up of any room in the house, from nature and animals to robots and rockets and also a great collection of To Do lists, weekly and monthly calendars. We quite like the world map and the rainy cloyd too! Have a look and let us know what’s your favourite Ferm Living Wallsticker!
I recently came across a fab department store for children’s interior, medudsigt.dk I had to share as the range of brands they carry is extensive and several of them quite inspirational if you are looking into redecorating your child’s bedroom.