You didn't need a map to find the Hay showroom during the Salone del Mobile in Milan: you could simply follow the cool folks sporting the limited edition Wrong for Hay totes to get there. It's the first time since 2008 that Danish furniture & accessory brand Hay and sister brand Wrong for Hay were exhibiting in Milan. And they made it into a very clever exhibition too, because it included a pop-up shop where you could purchase affordable small goods to bring home. Very suitcase proof 😉
Hej! oh I mean: Hay!
We've seen it everywhere in Milan & online: African wax inspired prints are HOT! I love how these are slightly different, yet very bold and happy. Designed by Nathalie du Pasquier for Wrong for Hay:
Contrary to the Hay House in Copenhagen, the Hay showroom didn't feel like a home. It was a true exhibition space with private areas for retailers & buyers. But a very creative and bright one. Plus the staff was very friendly and helpful. Even when I was clumsy and accidently tipped over a banner and a candle holder 😉
Nothing new, but I can't get enough of Scholten & Baijings sense of color:
Color & stationary heaven: the Mini Market. Also loved the super simple candle light:
And this beautiful Spine notebook:
I wish our home had more walls, because this setup with 16 hooks by Line Depping looks great:
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Net of ik zelf eventjes ben! Prachtig Judith!
Gezellig he “samen” winkelen :)