Ralston Trend Corner
Stripes, railings, pen scratches and ripples; find the similarities in the various pieces and co-opt them to create a powerful styling! The cork table is shaped in the form of a bottle cork.
This pale, fragile colour palette of light and air calls for a mix of materials. Here, a soft leather armchair is poised against concrete, metal, brown glass, and metal wire.
A graphic interior in soft & gentle tones. Form has the lead in this decor with all the interior pieces revealing a distinct geometrical outline. The poster is by Ferm Living.
This leather chair’s cutting-edge technology (exterior joint finishing) blends beautifully with casually sawn decor pieces in oval and round shapes. The course face of the carpet serves to lend spice to this fragile colour palette!
Colour and form language make for a trendy interior decor. Pale pink, neutral wood and a white rail chair betray its Scandinavian origins. The pen-scratch pattern is a design by Ferm Living.
A modern Scandinavian feel, crafted using today’s trendy materials: cork, copper and ceramics. The screw vase (schroefvaas) is by Seletti for Diesel.
Soft, pale pink and bright yellow is one of the trend combinations for this season. The LED lamp is by Fatboy; the candle stick is Normann Copenhagen.