These objects will bring some exotic flavour into your apartment

It’s finally getting hot outside and your apartment needs some real summer vibes. IRMA selected her favourite objects with an exotic touch from a limited-edition Ikea carpet to a crystal serpent vase by Lalique.

 

ABOUT PATTERN & COLOUR

The new metallic wallpapers by Farrow & Ball are not only a modern way to decorate your walls but are also a perfect light reflector for sun flooded rooms combined with darker shades of wall paint ( picture right: Oval Room Blue ) they create a perfect summer feel.

 

DETAILS

Stay in the hues with the Hermes Canvas fabric to a wool mix by Pierre Frey and add some surrealist accessory to it, for example by Fornasetti.

The British interior designer and hotelier Kit Kemp has infused Bergdorf Goodmann’s 7thfloor with her signature verve and style till August 12th 2019

… and on your next trip to the Cote d`Azur look out for ceramics and vintage garden furniture’s with tiles.

 

NATURAL TOUCH

With rattan you get an instant exotic feel and Ikea`s Stockholm rattan Garden chair is a piece of furniture that can look like a million dollar when covered with a comfortable cushion or painted in a vibrant colour, for example in Charlottes’ Locks by Farrow & Ball.

 

EXOTIC SCANDI

Transform your nothern chic with some exotic flowers and get an interesting contrast in colour and form. Flowers by blumendeleben

 

INSTANT SUMMER WITH OUR BASKETS

This summer your kitchen should be piled up with baskets to get organized and simply to get that holiday feel.

 

STATEMENT CARPETS

The new edition of the Ikea Art Event carpet collection makes quite an appearance. The British artist Craig Green created this parrot image with a pattern symbolizing the gate to reality.

 

FAVOURITES

The special touch comes with the mix of different materials and textures representing Exotisisme. : Craig Green`s Carpet for Ikea, a Meissen Wall plate flying jewel and Orangerie pineapple in hand painted porcelain , made after the original art form from the 18th century , my bar cabinet by Italian architect and designer Ico Parisi, a foulard Panthera Pardus by Hermes with a fine leather trim and the deep red, crystal Serpent vase, created by Rene Lalique using  a  mixture of pigments and gold to obtain this rich, captivating shade.

 

 

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