Friday, June 13, 2014

Happy Friday!

What better way to kick off the weekend than by sharing a #designcrush of mine.
Meet Pella Hedeby, an interior stylist. She is so successful as her talents leave a fresh impression on a seemingly simple design. Her simplistic + rich taste carries a strong sense for detail.

Texture appreciation.

Neutral color palettes + pops of soft tones + statement light fixtures + expression phrases + choice textures.

She really brings things back to basics with a Scandinavian approach on design + minimalist style. Inspiration eye-candy, Perfectly simple  - resulting in "A calm and a liberating feeling in a room with simple and restrained decoration" -PH.

What strikes me about her style is the mix of natural materials - the wood, [carrera] marble, glass and metal all together is enough to make my heart skip a beat. Even those color lovers wouldn't shy away from Pella's style, as the elegance leaves a mark.

I was fortunate enough to stumble upon a post by her. When asked by an interviewer on the concept of Minimalism, she stood strong behind her love of neutrals, and that only made my design crush grow bigger as she claims "I've probably scared away anyone who loves a lot of color a long time ago ..."

 "For [her] it is enough to add a shaggy sheepskin in order to experience total cosiness factor.
And instead of color I choose to combine materials such as Carrara marble, concrete, wood
and textiles with structures. It is enough just like that."
-Pella Hedeby

"Minimalism is not a lack of something, it's simply the perfect amount of something"
-Nicolas Burroughs

Images via and hitta-hem 

Photo credit: Kristofer Johnsson

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