Warm Autumn Tones

It has been a while, but I am still inspired by 3daysofdesign an annual design event to discover new concepts concerning interior, furniture and lifestyle in the heart of Copenhagen. A selected group from both Danish and international brands and designers showcase their work all over the city. Next to inspiration, it is also a great way to explore the Danish capital, discover new areas and enter special industrial and historic buildings.

During these days we were invited for some bubbles at Ferm Livings The Home. A beautiful old apartment to experience the feeling of a home decorated by Ferm Living with, naturally, their furniture, lighting and accessories. This apartment is normally not open for the public, so I was very pleased to be able to visit.

It was a warm and inviting welcome, not only because of the nice people and the atmosphere. The apartment and great styling were stunning. A good way to get to know the collection even better. The Mirage blanket got my attention a while ago, yet I’d never seen it in real. The composition of abstract forms is intriguing and makes it a bit artful. Trine Andersen - founder of Ferm Living - created the design of the prints inspired on oases and deserts. 

It’s a lovely addition to my minimal and mostly monochrome interior. For a chance, I didn’t choose a non-color home accessory. Since it’s Autumn I choose the warm Mustard version. Recently I have a crush on brown and beige color tones with a hint of Mustard. It warms up my interior and gives it a cozy feeling. I use the blanket both in- and outdoors. The pattern would also look good against my dark bedroom walls so I might put it on the wall in wintertime..

The Mirage Blanket is made of 100% cotton, jacquard woven. The fabric feels very soft and not too heavy.  Both sides have different colors so I can use it in two ways. The colorful Mustard version or more grey with soft tones. Both sides show the abstract patterns. The blanket is also available in grey and off white and combines very well with the Mirage cushion available within the same collection. 

Photography and styling beeldSTEIL | Wen van Woudenberg

In collaboration with mister design

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