dottir & sonur


I’ve always been mildly concerned that my proclivity for design that reminds me of a child’s room means that a part of me will never really grow up. For now I’m choosing to see that as a good thing, because it means I get to embrace all sorts of designs that would work well for both my room and the nurseries that a lot of my friends are getting ready to decorate. These new wallpaper and lighting designs are a great example of that sort of playful look I love. Designed by Ingvi and Tinna (an Icelandic couple currently living in Berlin), this Origami Wallpaper and Lightlace hanging pendant are fun, colorful and simple enough to work just about anywhere. I love the little paper cranes in the wallpaper and the way the light’s wooden ball cord feels like a toy. Both pieces are part of a larger collection that you can check out, and shop online, right here. Here’s to embracing your inner child… xo, grace


  1. So fun! Love this as much for a nursery room as I do for my own!

  2. What a great idea – i love that it is a different kind of pattern and a different kind of colour palette.
    Thanks for sharing!

  3. Hazel Coxon says:

    Great design, seems to have a subtle sense of humor to it too, lovely paper pattern.

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