Therese Ching Danielsson

Therese Ching Danielsson

Therese Ching Danielsson
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Gardinerna och färgsättningen. 11 Howard hotel, New York, by Space Copenhagen

On April 11 Howard, the newest hotel from Aby Rosen, opens with interiors and bespoke furniture and accessories by Danish design studio SPACE Copenhagen. Using enduring principles of Scandinavian design combined with boundary-breaking creative.

We love our new Atelier velvet on this stunning District sofa and also as this dramatic deep teal curtain backdrop! In house interior styling with cushion by Black Thread, side tables, stool and drum by District and Tuckbox, accessories by Zuster and lamp by Amalfi via Crate Expectations. Our velvet features in blush pink, inky charcoal and deep teal green for drapery.

We love our new Atelier velvet on this stunning District sofa and also as this dramatic deep teal curtain backdrop! In house interior styling with cushion by Black Thread, side tables, stool and drum by District and Tuckbox, accessories by Zuster and lamp

An unexpected magic moment captured by Michelle Williams Photography on our latest shoot. The afternoon light perfectly shows off our luscious Atelier velvet curtain. Velvet drapery in teal green is the best kind of drapery!

LOVE THE CURTAIN COLOR.An unexpected magic moment captured by Michelle Williams Photography on our latest shoot. The afternoon light perfectly shows off our luscious Atelier velvet curtain. Velvet drapery in teal green is the best kind of drapery!

I will forever love and desire a dark blue velvet sofa. Introducing The Everygirl's Caitlin Sofa at Interior Define! #theeverygirl

I will forever love and desire a dark blue velvet sofa. Introducing The Everygirl's Caitlin Sofa at Interior Define! Marble and gold coffee table.

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TOL'KO / “COFFEE APARTMENT IN PRIVELEGE"

I love these sleek kitchen and dining area, especially how the dining tabletop matches the counter and backsplash of the kitchen - it really ties the whole room together!