Ferm Living Spring/Summer 2011

January 19, 2011 | By | Comments (1)

My friend Tinna is the new rep for Ferm Living in Germany so I’ve been waiting for her to share their latest catalog with me and it’s here! Jonathan Lo from Happy Mundane posted it first, so I can’t take credit, but here are some additional images that show their new collection for Spring/Summer 2011. I agree with Jonathan when it comes to some of their kids products when he said, “Move over kids, these are mine!” – for sure, Jonathan!


Ferm Living Spring 2011


This collection was inspired by, “the world of theatre and entertainment” and is called Harlequin & Happiness and you can view it here. It certainly is happy! You can see lots of diamond patterns, chevrons, and triangles in black, mint, coral, blue and mustard along with whimsical characters for kids and more “grown up” motifs for parents. Wallpaper, ceramics, pillows, wall decals, you have a broad range to choose from.


I like Ferm Living because their aesthetic and products offer versatility since many individual pieces would work very nicely in a variety of home decors, whether you love a minimalist, nature-inspired, mid century, eclectic, even country look… it’s a breeze to work in something from Ferm Living to fit every taste and style. This is where some companies fall short, their collections are beautiful but often hard to imagine in a variety of settings if their overall look isn’t one that suits your taste. Ferm Living appeals to me, I spot several products that I would use in my home.


Ferm Living Spring 2011


Ferm Living Spring 2011


Ferm Living Spring 2011


Ferm Living Spring 2011


Ferm Living Spring 2011


Ferm Living Spring 2011


Ferm Living Spring 2011


Some of these products are available now in the U.S. online and at select stores nationwide. This collection just released but you will start to see more items from it in their U.S. shop soon.


Do you like Harlequin & Happiness? Why? Are these colors ones you’d use in your home? Do you spot an instant favorite? I love the wooden houses to use for display on the wall. Charming!


(images: ferm living)


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