Things I Dig // Ferm Living

FERM
Scandinavian housewares shop and longtime object of my affection FERM Living released their Autumn/Winter 2014 collection this past week. They seem pretty on trend with bare leather, triangles (there’s that geometry again!) and brass. Brass is everywhere right now, man.  These are a few of my favorites. At first the ladder confounded me, until I realized it would make a splendid edition to a super minimalist bathroom as a towel rack. I’ve never really been able to justify spending any money from FERM. This is probably also one of those times.

1 Toilet Paper Holder // 2 Cushion // 3 Cabinet  // 4 Ladder // 5 Napkin Holder // 6 Basket

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While we’re in that neighborhood, a new subscription service is coming out {Skandicrush} this time just for Scandinavian housewares by well-known, top dollar brands, for $50/mo. Kinda steep for my income, but I’m dyyying over it. I am thinking about doing a one time box, just to see what delicious goodies are inside. Although Alan is flat-out opposed to it because the name is too similar to Candy Crush. And.. He’s not wrong.  h/t Door Sixteen

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Hi! I'm a graphic designer, photographer and female person. I live in Minneapolis with my husband Alan and our baby son Alexander and baby cat Arya.

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