Interior Inspiration: Kinfolk Office

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Remember when Kinfolk published a book of inspiring interiors? I think they were secretly doing research on how they’d like to design their new Kinfolk office in Copenhagen. Taking cues from Japanese and Scandinavian design, Kinfolk’s editor-in-chief Nathan Williams worked closely with Norm Architects to design a clean gallery and workspace. Every surface has a texture or sheen that compliments the other objects in the room. From the caramel velvet sofa to light grey walls with strategically placed alcoves and shelves, every inch of the space is thoughtfully designed. The objects within the space act as art with their straightforward and functional designs.

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Slow Living

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Starting the year off right with The Kinfolk Home, Interiors for Slow Living. A book full of interior inspiration, about living with purpose. “An ethos that encourages us to reclaim our time and devote it to whatever brings us joy and meaning.” The more I read through the collection of essays, interviews and profiles in this book, the more I realize the life Dermot and I live is one from the Slow Living school of thought. Here are some of my favorite images from the book. 
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