For a final look at Fort Standard interiors we highlight Fjällräven the renowned Swedish outdoor brand’s SoHo NY store. Scandinavian style meets the glow of salvaged old growth pine in this unforgettable space:
Framework Conical presents a rounded take on the studio’s “Framework” lighting concept complete with the striking interplay of light and dark created by illuminated white glass in a rich wooden frame.
Exuding understated class and even a touch of industrial charm offers a smart way to add some focused lighting to your cozy reading nook or the home office. You can choose between different types of wood (afzelia oak chestnut and sucupira) for the pendant holder and each one brings a charm of its own to this creative pendant that adds a touch of granite to your interior!
Lighting is all about and a large part of how you use natural light depends on what task your home office serves. If you are an architect or a designer who works more on sheets and paper instead of tech gadgets then a flood of natural light is a welcome addition. A smart decision here is to align your workstation in the north or south directions so that natural light does not create a shadow during any time of the day!
Crafted by Porada these gorgeous lamps combine form and aesthetics in an effortless manner while managing to steal the spotlight in a classy understated fashion. Showcasing they sure add a touch of inviting warmth to any space they adorn!
We end the furniture portion of today’s post with the Range Table which is substantial yet delicate in its thickness. Four dowel legs a quarter-sawn top and round edges create a truly elegant modern piece.