Month: May 2017

La chaise CH23 de Carl Hansen & Son en édition limitée

Limited edition Carl Hansen & Son CH23 chair

I’m back from a girls weekend in Marrakech (which was so good on so many levels!) and I have to admit that after spending days in the souk surrounded by beautiful woven baskets and shades, hand carved wooden home accessories & furniture, the natural look is really high up in my mind to revamp our home in France. So when I received the press release from Carl Hansen & Son in my inbox, their re-edition of the CH23 chair caught my eye… Unveiled in 1950, the CH23 chair was one of the first four pieces, Hans J. Wegner created exclusively for Carl Hansen & Son. After decades out of production, the CH23 will become available on 16 June, and all pieces sold on this date will be engraved with the designer’s signature and the reissue date. The chair is available in three finishes (black, soap oak and walnut oak) but I’m particularly fond of the soap oak finish (above) for its light, natural look. We are in need of new chairs in our home and I can see how wonderful the …

Stylish bedroom update with a new print

Our bedroom Spring update in France

As soon as I recovered from the low blood pressure that hit me recently and let me with very little energy for three weeks, I tackled all the things I wanted to do during Mila‘s school holidays. After spending quite a bit of time in bed resting, I wanted to give our bedroom a new, fresh look for Spring so I finally unpacked the new stonewashed linen in pure white I got during my last trip in London. You can’t beat white for a fresh look, can you!!?I also added a gorgeous, new print above our bed. To get this print made, I used Mapiful, which is a website that lets you choose any location in the world (even small town) and get it printed on a nice poster. I just think the concept is fantastic and I can think of several friends and family members I could treat with one of those prints and a location that would mean something to them. Bordeaux will always hold a special place in my heart. That’s where I went …