A Very Comfortable Ferm Living Spring Summer 2019

18th January 2019

A minimalist hallway with tufted wall hanger from the Ferm Living SS 2019 catalogue.

Making an edited selection from the new Ferm Living SS 2019 catalogue was no joke. Seriously. I struggled to keep the number of images down because, as always, the quality of styling is just through-the-roof exquisite. Unusually for me, I’m drawn to the dark wood interiors here – just as I’m slowing working them out of our home.

This year founder and creative director Trine Andersen has brought the new collection to life in the homes of seven female creatives. Titled ‘Space To Feel Comfortably You’, the collection presents each room of a home with the backdrop of an existing interior. Rooms feel natural, lived in and comfortable.

Known for their forward-thinking approach to design, the collection promises more abstract forms and a rich colour palette. Tactility remains high on the agenda, mixing textured woven art and textiles with smooth marble and slim metal structures.

A deco inspired living room featuring the Rico lounge chair, designed by Ferm Living.

A bold shape in neutral tones – the elegant Rico sofa.

A dark and moody interior sets of the pale and interesting Rico lounge chair, designed by Ferm Living.

A future classic with a nod to Deco style. The Rico lounge chair in textured bouclé.

Stand-out pieces include the Rico lounge chair and sofa with their sweeping curved shell back in Art Deco style. The bouclé upholstery is made using uneven yarn for a loopy texture. Such an elegant design.

As ever, I still have designs on the Haze Vitrine for our dining room…one day. Such a slender piece of storage, perfect for a small corner to store a few essentials.

Haze Vitrine with a slim black metal frame and diffused glass front, designed by Ferm Living.

The Haze Vitrine – a long time resident of my wish-list.

Slender black table lamp with a veined marble base, designed by Ferm Living for the SS 2019 catalogue.

A collection of white and brown marble vases and pots in the Ferm Living SS 2019 catalogue.

Objet d’art – Muse vases, Bendum vase and Shell pots compliment each other.

Giant black metal planters feature in the Ferm Living 2019 catalogue.

A gallery wall of abstract art in a dining room setting, designed by Ferm Living.

A minimalist bedside with a tray used as a bedside table, designed by Ferm Living.

Stitched cotton bedspread and Ripple Carafe in a minimal bedroom.

Giant black metal hourglass vases make a statement in the SS19 Ferm Living catalogue.

Sculptural black Hourglass planters in the home of Jin Ahn, founder of Conservatory Archives.

Deep blue open shelves in a moody kitchen, designed by Ferm Living.

The Punctual shelving system in blue used as open shelving in the kitchen.

See? I told you. It was an impossible task to choose. And there’s still so much more, especially hearing from the homeowners themselves. It’s always fascinating to learn how others use their homes, how different their lives are from our own. For that, I’d recommend spending a little more time reading the catalogue. You’re welcome.

All imagery courtesy of Ferm Living, with thanks.

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