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Copper life

One of the perfect combinations of texture, pattern and color is copper, marble and blush. Combine these three interior elements to get a warm elegance.

Divide your living room wall horizontally, plaster one half with a marble wallpaper and paint the other half with blush color. Put a copper tray table in front to complete you combination.

Photography: fancy

Here you see a nice blush wall, some copper objects and a marble table combination.

Photography: bettina holst

For kitchen a threesome combination, with different copper lamps, blush wall color and marble tray.

Photography: fancy

Natural Wood

I love the use of plywood throughout the home. Plywood and other manufactured wood building materials are like the undergarments of architecture. The grain of plywood panels provides a natural touch of pattern. I find the simple and raw unfinished look extremely alluring. Do you include natural wood as a design element in your home?

In this home office plywood makes a warm and modern space together in combination with a string shelf and an Eames chair.

Photography: lovenordic

Plywood tends to show up in mostly functional spaces like this kitchen with black fronts.

Photography: Emma’s design blog

The entire interior of this bedroom is made out of plywood. It looks so cosy and perfect for relaxing in the cold winter days.

Photography: bloesem

Black & White Swiss Cross

The Swiss Cross symbol is really showing up all over thanks to the Pia Wallen blanket. This Black and White Swiss Cross decorative blanket is a must have. It’s a trend that is very popular in Scandinavian design! Doesn’t black and white always looks so great in decorating? It adds flair to any room!  

Photography: Stylizimo

Here you see the inverted version in a living room.

Photography: a merry mishap blog

Have fun and relax in a hammock with a Swiss Cross blanket.

Photography: lookslikewhite

Nude life

Some more nude décor inspiration. Here you see many different nuances of nude colors on the pillows, the couch and the vases — all in a nice combination with a dark brown wood table.

Photographer: Sean Myers via arkpad

You can combine the nude look for the walls with various interior accessiores made of robust classic materials like copper, linen fabric and wood.

Photographer: Kristiina Kurronen, Designer: Susanna Vento via arkpad

Ikea cabinets with new style in nude look and copper details from Superfront.

Photography: Superfront