BlogTour NYC Sponsor: Rotsen Furniture one of a kind!

Tick tock times ticking on the clock less than three weeks until ‘Blog Tour NYC’ it really is exciting times…. Today’s Dreamwallstyle blog is one-of-a-kind, this week it was announced that ‘Blog Tour’ have a new major sponsor on board the consciously creative ‘Rotsen Furniture’ so lets find out some more…. Rotsen Furniture since 2005 have…

MARK Joins forces with Kvadrat at Coexistence

Coexistence are hosting an exhibition by the British furniture brand MARK. Titled INPUT, it is a collaboration with the Danish textiles company Kvadrat and will show what goes into a piece of high quality contract furniture in four areas: Design, Skills, Materials and Teamwork. The event will also see the launch of a new design for MARK by Tomoko Azumi, The Verso…

BlogTour NYC Sponsor: Miele Forever Better

Let the count down begin… with only three weeks to go until ‘BlogTour’ lets make some noise for the  ‘BlogtourNYC’ sponsors in a series of spotlight blogs…. Today’s Blog is all about Event Sponsor Miele available on five continents, Miele is a truly global premium brand, so lets find out more about Miele, and what’s in store for…

Raising the very special ‘Chocolate Bar’

Mott Green, one of the most respected chocolate makers in the world, started the co-operative Grenada Chocolate Company in 1999, which to this day makes some of the finest chocolate in the world in ever larger quantities. The extraordinary exertions behind this enterprise reflect Mott’s commitment to ethical and ecological values…. He fell in love with…

‘NEW’ From the Lollipop Shoppe: The Songbird by Kay Bojesen

In Spring 2012, a new creation from Kay Bojesen Denmark takes flight to the delight of fans of all ages: The Songbird. It is a hitherto unknown design created by Kay Bojesen in the 1950s, but never put into production, until now. The Lollipop Shoppe bid Ruth, Pop, Otto, Kay, Peter and Sunshine a warm welcome…

A blog in pictures “My adventures at Spurn Point Heritage Coast”

I am very lucky to live so close to ‘Spurn point‘ that has been described as one of the most striking features of Britain’s coastline, stretching for three and a half miles across the Humber Estuary. This curving spit is only 50 metres wide in places, making it look like an elongated tongue. Spurn is…

Erga Design: Wallpaper and décor from textile scraps

One of the highlights from this years ‘Surface Design Show’ was meeting Designer Kristel Erga who creates wallpaper and – décor from textile scraps. Kristel Erga is from Stavanger, Norway, and completed her BA in Fashion and Textile Design at Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti in Milan, Italy in 2009. While assisting fashion designers Leila Hafzi (Oslo)…

BlogTour NYC Sponsor: Poggenpohl something a little different

With only a month left to go until ‘BlogtourNYC’ it’s time to create some noise for the ‘BlogtourNYC’ sponsors in a series of spotlight blogs…. Today’s blog is all about Event Sponsor PoggenPohl the Iconic Brand, who also took part with ‘Blogtour2011’ as one of the original sponsors who helped to make it happen…. so…

BlogTour NYC Sponsor: Samuel Heath for a life less ordinary!

Today’s DreamwallStyle blog is about  Samuel Heath one of the  ‘BlogtourNYC’  general sponsors for a life less ordinary! Samuel Heath also took part with ‘Blogtour2011’ as one of the original general sponsors who helped to make it happen! So let the buzz begin……. Samuel Heath Design Centre Chelsea Harbour Samuel Heath is a British bathroom…

BlogTour NYC Sponsor: Victoria + Albert on the ‘Edge’

With less than five weeks to go until the big take off to ‘Blog Tour NYC‘ it only feels right that ‘Dreamwallstyle’ should share and showcase with our readers, the generous sponsors of ‘BlogtourNYC‘ in a series of individual blogs. Today ‘Dreamwallstyle will kick start the series of Blog’s with sponsor ‘Victoria + Albert‘ who are…

Mini Moderns: Glam it up with ‘Camberwell Beauty’

Dreamwallstyle favourites ‘Mini Moderns’ glam it up with their butterfly kaleidoscope ‘Camberwell Beauty’  the first wallpaper to be launched from the Mini Moderns 2012 collection ‘The Buddha of Suburbia’. The collection explores a diverse range of aesthetic influences that can be traced back to the 1970s – a period that set the template for the uniquely…