Interior Design | Blanc et Noir Wishlist

16. August 2016
Photo Credit:  Only Deco Love

Featured Items:

  1. Zuiver OMG Chair (available at Trendmöbel24)
  2. Pure Day Hollywood Tripod Floor Lamp (also here, here, and here)
  3. Furniturebox Carrie Marble Coffee Table
  4. By Lassen Kubus Bowl
  5. MoMA Collection Satellite Bowl
  6. ferm Living Wire Basket
  7. See Jane Work® Paperboard Pencil Cup
  8. Bovictus Ceramic Vase
  9. Gramovox Bluetooth Gramophone
  10. String Pocket Wall Shelf
  11. Kähler Design Omaggio Candle Holder
  12. Max 365 Perpetual Calendar

As we’re going to be moving to Munich in a couple of months, I’m already thinking about how to decorate our new place. Not surprisingly, I will opt for a minimal black and white design with Scandinavian aesthetics. Some of my favorite shops like the awesome Trendmöbel24Connox, and Furniturebox have already provided me with a few of these things and they offer Scandinavian classics at great prices.

The awesome chair is from Zuiver and available at Trendmöbel24. It’s originally a dining table, but I want to use it as my workspace table (and I think it’s actually perfect for it). I received this marble table from Furniturebox a while back and I’ll be posting soon an update of my living room with it, since it’s amazing! You also can’t find it cheaper anywhere.

Are you craving any interior pieces at the moment? Please let me know in the comments below what.

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  1. Amazing pieces

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