This post is sponsored by Eskimo
Yes I know, I know, it’s suppose to be spring and warm and everything. Instead Aslan, the cat, and I are staying inside in some kind of a cold and stormy weather this last evening in April. What could possibly be a better timing to share my work for the British brand Eskimo?! I got a pallet delivered with three huge wooden boxes on it, each with one radiator inside. But I wouldn’t call them radiators, I would call them some kind of high end hot heating! This is interior design at a high level, and I know you’re interested in that! I wish I needed to keep them, and didn’t have to ship them back…
I seriously love to collaborate with people and brands that has such a strong believe in my way of interpreting their products into my home and my way of creating. I had a blast, and I even made Aslan seem like he enjoyed it too! I feel so free when I work, and it’s a kind of dreamy even though I do put a lot of effort into it, off course.
So this blue one called Ron, gosh it looked so amazing, and combined with the colour of our studio it turned out rather smashing, or what do you think? Form and function creates this great harmony, did I hear anyone say engineering excellence? Remember my post behind these scenes by the way?
You need to be super cool to choose the pop art radiator. I would never guess this piece of art was a radiator, and I love the fact that Eskimo is so bold! I wondered how to style it, and then I told myself “Hey, you don’t use to think when you work, you just have to do it“. So I just did it, and they love it, and I get happy and humble and want to do more!
Yes, cool and playful!
Next up had to go in to my theatrical black bedroom, no doubt about that. The leopards and tall gorgeous column radiator were competing to get the most attention from the evening sun. I think the column is very clean and sophisticated, and I always love things that makes some reflection of the natural light to bounce it a little extra around the room, just like my mirrored night stand is doing as well.
If you live in a home with radiators I wouldn’t doubt to check out their very good and inspiring webpage. Take a look a all their finishes, I think it looks extraordinary! They’re dusky, rusty, woody or polished, brassed or brushed, copper, concrete or like mirrors and blackboards and so much more, and I get so engaged! When I move this summer I know there are some really old radiators in the apartment, but since it’s a rental I can’t do anything…. but to convince the landlord though… Just gimme some time 😉
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