Well, you should.
Creating unique space by adding one of the following. Or all of them. Just be aware of the big picture. Be careful. But kinda brave. No. Be brave most of all. Have fun mixing and matching. Cheers.
- The old. I mean some classic pieces(Ultimate The Eames Lounge chair and Ottoman,1956. The iconic Egg chair by Arne Jacobsen, designed in 1958. And so on. You see where I’m heading to. Wink wink. Pricey. Timeless though.
IKEA has it’s own timeless pieces. The relaunched 1956 Lövet table, which they have re-engineered and renamed Lövbacken.)
Family relics work too. Dust it off, renovate if needed. The old granny’s chair or coffee table will be the true eye candy. Sweet memories included.
That kind of old.
2. The new. Just make sure your new has potential to become a relic. Anything from Ligne Roset, team7, iitala and so on. Marriage of quality and design. It matters if one day it will be passed on. Or affordable totally badass cut edge pieces from Zara home or H&M home. If what you’re passing on is the style, not the pieces.
3. The borrowed. I mean art. Not that you should borrow any. It’s just that we’re merely the temporary guards of it. So go and get some.
This one is up to you. Pink and gold. Metal. Marble. Wood. More art. More pink.
This one is totally yours. Maybe the addition is you. Maybe the addition have always been you. Or a cat. It could has been a cat.
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