The hall entrance is normally forgotten we focus on decorating other divisions of the house first and we usually leave it for the last or we never do it. So it has happened in my house too and that is why I bring you this post of how I changed it with very functional pieces of Nordic style that you already know I like so much.
My inspiration for this corner was the north of Europe houses, in the Nordic decoration, the neutral tones and natural elements predominate that provide some warmth even when outside the temperatures are negative. That cosy effect was my goal for this corner, I wanted to transmit a feeling of comfort, just entering the door.
The three key elements of this decoration are the natural wood coat rack the bench and the Sukhi rug. These are the basic elements for the decoration, then I add natural decorative objects with a touch of colour, a matching blanket and cushions and it looked beautiful.
In this previous post I told you about Sukhi and the first carpet I chose. For the hall I fell in love with the braided wool carpets, the Sukhi rugs are handmade by artisans in different countries and Sukhi offers decent work and living conditions while creating these precious rugs that we all want to have in our homes. I think it is very important when buying to know where the products come from and that is why I recommend Sukhi to 100% it is more than a company is a social project.
The India collection is inspired by the Hygge, searching for what makes us feel happy, as I told you in the other post, Sukhi means happy in Nepali and handmade woven felt carpets, flat knit, knotted and all more of this collection are key elements to help us feel good in our home, I chose the wool carpet that reminds me when I weave using fat wool which is one of the things that I like to do the most and I would say that it is my Hygge moment .
I chose the natural colour carpet because it goes well with the Ikea bench and Iris Hantverk coat racks and I love the result, do you like my new hall?
I leave you a small video of the artisans of India doing the carpets! I hope you like it!