Finds | Minimal decor fevorites for a modern interior

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Lounge chair Sissi with Viennese weave

€449

These are the series of armchairs and lounge chairs that are now moving in with us and bringing a trendy look into our homes.

In addition to the trendy Viennese weave, our interior highlight also scores with solid oak and beech wood and high quality. 

Wabi sabi, kitchen interior design, iterior design, soft minimalism

Paper mache white wall cabinet

$129


Totally hip, the new interior trend: paper mache items! The Clay wall cabinet is a rectangular deco with five storage compartments. The Clay wall cabinet is therefore suitable for your favorite items that deserve a nice podium. What's really cool is that you can hang it both horizontally and vertically, so you always create a new atmosphere in your interior. 

BePureHome Japan stool wood natural

$109


This Japan stool is a sturdy, robust stool, but thanks to the clean lines and soft sloping shape in the seat of the stool, Japan also has a soft appearance.

This heavy primeval wood is characterized by natural elements such as knots and cracks. These coarse dents give Japan a tough character. The Japan stool is finished in a matte transparent coating but is not resistant to moisture, stains, or dirt.

Images from the brand website

Neue Void Incense Burner Travertine

$299


Our Neue Void Incense Burner is a sculptural stone evolution of our popular Void Incense Burner. The new designer Incense Burner is carved from solid beige Travertine and features a large funnel design that functions as an ash catcher. It is suitable for all types of incense. Comes with Palo Santo.

Images from the brand website

BePureHome Japan stool wood natural

$109


This Japan stool is a sturdy, robust stool, but thanks to the clean lines and soft sloping shape in the seat of the stool, Japan also has a soft appearance.

This heavy primeval wood is characterized by natural elements such as knots and cracks. These coarse dents give Japan a tough character. The Japan stool is finished in a matte transparent coating but is not resistant to moisture, stains, or dirt.

Images from the brand website

Hope you enjoyed this shopping guide!

See you next time, 
Arina

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