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More from Hay Copenhagen

If you enjoyed the first part of my visit to the Hay Copenhagen store, I’m sure you’ll like part two as well! Personal favorites were the boucherouite rugs that were all over the store – it’s a trend that has been long in the making (take a look at this old blogpost about Carpet of Life or this one about Beldi)  and I’m glad that they caught on the way they did this year. I also loved those mirrored trays that you see in the windows – very simple but very effective if you want to create a nice little trompe l’oeil!

Anyway, I’m going to keep it short and simple today if you don’t mind – it’s ascension day and for Dutchies that means we have the day off. Don’t forget to check out the latest issue of VTWonen magazine with a six-page spread about Interiorator and enjoy the rest of your day!

Knitted masks on a mirror at Hay House Copenhagen /// More today on Interiorator.com Knitted mask at Hay House in Copenhagen /// More on Interiorator.com Sketches of chairs at Hay in Copenhagen /// More on Interiorator.com Hay Copenhagen ceramic figurines /// More on Interiorator.com Boucherouite rugs at Hay Copenhagen Cushions in every color of the rainbow at Hay Copenhagen Paper Mache masks and Alexander Girard figures by Vitra at Hay House in Copenhagen Colorful wooden blocks on a mirror at the Hay store in Copenhagen Colorful wooden building blocks at the Hay store in Copenhagen /// More on Interiorator.com Neon colored baskets at Hay Copenhagen Patterns! Cushions at Hay Copenhagen Wooden chairs at Hay Copenhagen /// More on Interiorator.com Hay boxes at the Hay store in Copenhagen /// More on Interiorator.com

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