Dancing on the ceiling

Ballerina Pendants

This glowy flowy jellyfish-like pod of ballerina pendants are hanging (or maybe rather ”floating”?) from the ceiling in one of Stockholms more popular waterholes – hot spot/resto Sturehof. The design dates back to 1997 and Swedish designer Jonas Bohlin. The retail price of one individual pendant, called ”Liv Lampan” (Swedish for ”The Life Lamp”) is approx 4900SEK (about [...]

A dash of Dusty Deco

Dusty Deco

Talented deco duo Edin Memic Kjellvertz and Lina Thofelt are indisputable masters of soulful, scrappy chic. I deem it impossible to leave their Dusty Deco store (or website) feeling anything but hugely inspired by their eye for potential…The assortment is selected with notorious fingerspitzengefühl, and further curated into imperfect perfection in sculptural still lives that [...]

Cute cool stool

Pink Stool

This cute stool was spotted in association to a M.Margiela Home display in Stockholm department store Nordiska Kompaniet. It captures the essence of scraphacking, with its basic, almost crude, design and its sloppy inspired piant job – do note the dripping paint, left ”uncensored”… All you need for some D.I.Y is to study the construction [...]

Inspired @ 4cycle

4cycle HQ

Yesterday I had the pleasure of accompanying a friend to the ”opening ceremony” of the Åsogatan (Stockholm) offices of company 4cycle. 4cycle has a great ScrapHacker mindset and a even greater ScrapHacker business idea, they offer a practical toolbox of creative solutions for waste management…Little wonder a ScrapHacker like me found this company very intriguing…Little [...]

Blast from the past

Nacka Byggnadsvård, Stockholm

Nacka Byggnadsvård specializes in stocking typical accessories and details in order for houses and appartments to stay true to the epoch it was built in. As a result, you will find anything from vintage door knobs to old original doors from the 1890´s and onward. They´re doing a great deed in maintaining an interest in [...]

Trunk Funk

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This hack was seen at a shopping mall in Stockholm. The design is straightforward, and super versatile. Just imagine a forest of funky tree trunk shelfs rising from floor to ceiling in your living room! Add a birdsong soundtrack to that to take the edge of your hectic urban days…If your not to keen on [...]

Slab My Box Up

Marble & Box Sideboard

This elegant hack is from Albert & Jacks (bakery and a lunch restaurant) in Stockholm. A simple marble slab on top of a bunch of wooden boxes. To bad the the design doesn´t include the possibility to open the boxes! SHARE

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