BlogTour NYC – Sponsor – Blanco America

Next up, in the line of wonderful BlogTour NYC sponsors is Blanco America.
A family owned business established in 1925, Blanco’s humble beginnings included making copper parts for cookers and hot water bottles. Today they have produced more than 40 million sinks and are recognized as a world leader of…

I Spy – HK Living at Nordic Rose…

I’ve long been fan of HK Living – a Dutch label founded and located in The Netherlands, which produces a gorgeous range of home accessories and furniture inspired by honest, old materials and an appreciation for retro design.

But up until now I’ve had to content myself with tantalising glimpses on European…

BlogTour NYC – Sponsor – Scholtes

Continuing my little mini series of Blogtour NYC sponsors…
Scholtes is an Italian manufacturer of innovative, professional appliances for the home chef and is joining the other sponsors as it launches its products into the North American marketplace. Here in the UK we are more familiar with the parent company…

Blogtour NYC – Sponsor – Du Verre Hardware

Today I’m going to feature another Blogtour NYC sponsor.
Du Verre Hardware is a leader in quality and original design for cabinet hardware. They work with highly respected designers from all aspects of the design world to create unique design-driven collections of knobs and pulls for furniture and interiors. 

Not only are…

I Spy – Ferm Living – Spring 2012

You just can’t beat the sight of a Scandinavian interior to make you feel like getting out the paintbrush and the mop and bucket.  And these gorgeous images of the new Spring collections at Ferm Living are doing just that for me.

I want to tear down the curtains and…

Blogtour NYC – Sponsor – Rotsen Furniture

Another wonderful sponsor of Blogtour NYC is Rotsen Furniture.
A US company founded in 2005 that creates instantly recognisable one-off pieces of furniture.

Often found in high-end hotels and residential settings, the individually hand-crafted pieces are strikingly modern and yet they are created from wood rescued from decaying bridges, old barns…