Ferm Living Spring/Summer 2015

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Yeah! Spring/Summer collections are releasing and I just love this time of year when all of the fairs kick off (like Maison & Objet) and brands go public with what they've been designing behind-the-scenes for the upcoming season. Danish lifestyle firm, Ferm Living, which is available in North America and Europe online and in-stores, just launched their new Spring/Summer 2015 collection via ISSUU and to me, their new items for kid's and pottery for plants along with their new vases shown below, really stood out. fermlivingspring2015-3

I also love their new pottery tableware in greenish-gray, too because it feels so good in the hand with that delightful weighty feel that pottery brings - such warmth and texture. Ferm is really focused on muted tones of blue and green for the season, with brass and pale pink added in, and of course with green living and  plants being all the rage in the world of interiors currently, this meant that creating modern vessels to put them in was big on Ferm's to do list this season. I need some nicer pots for my window plants in my newly redecorated kitchen (new countertops, faucet, moved a few things around, new window coverings, shelving... And now to hang some art!) because my current generic ones from the local plant shop simply must go.

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Have you noticed that brass is the new copper? I'm finding it more and more - brass or gold in general. Out with the old and in with the gold! I still love my coppery goodies collected from last year though and in my very opinionated opinion (ah hem), if you love it--whatever "it" is - then it belongs in your home regardless of the current trend (unless it's your hot male personal trainer or the pool boy, that is). So my copper stuff will have to live alongside my gold - plus I love combining the two because both metals have a warm tone so they definitely work well when combined. See, I'm smart like that. :)

What do you think of the newest Ferm Living collection? 

(images: ferm living)