The Vipp Hotel : A Design Destination

Vipp Hotel Copenhagen Loft Livingroom

You may remember a few weeks ago I posted about the stunning Vipp kitchens. Well, today I want to share with you an unusual concept for a hotel from the same Danish company. The Vipp Hotel is unusual in the fact that once you check in, it is fully booked. You see, instead of having many rooms in one location like a regular hotel, the Vipp Hotel offers unique rooms at various destinations. The hotel currently consists of just two rooms, with plans afoot to open a third sometime this year. Unlike a traditional hotel there is no reception or concierge, no 24-hour lobby, no gym, no daily housekeeping and no fitness facilities. That is because the Vipp hotel is a self-service concept designed to offer a tailored and curated design experience where guests can interact with the interior of the hotel rooms. Read More…

Pots with Personality by Meyer-Lavigne

Flower Me Happy Pot by Meyer Lavigne

At the moment I am working on a new blog design which I will be launching in the new year and I am very excited about it but I’m afraid that is all I can say for now. However, working on the new blog has given me a reason to go back over all my old blog posts since I started writing here back in October 2009. This has been very interesting as I have been able to detect a distinct evolution in the kind of content that I have featured here over the years. In the beginning, I used to focus more on hard furnishings, things like kitchens, bathrooms, flooring and lighting – the kinds of things that make your home a house. Whilst I still love to include these in my posts I find that I am now  including a lot more soft furnishings and smaller home accessories – the kind of things that make your house your home. These smaller details are increasingly catching my eye each week and putting a huge smile on my face.

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