Cornwall LivingIssue #112
Dreamy interior design and everyday functionality come together to help you curate a modern, functional home, indoors and out.
A lot of us have become reacquainted with our homes over the past year or so, having spent more time inside than we’re used to, but over at Cloudberry Living the team recognise that these moments at home are important, and that with a little thought into how we arrange and adorn our interior and exterior spaces, these moments can be truly cherished and enjoyed.
Their collection of simple, Scandi style products from a gorgeous selection of brands provides the ultimate choice for any visitor to the shop, with something to suit any home and add that aura of quiet charm. Whether you’re looking to introduce a stand-out element to your current interior, or rethink your home style, Cloudberry’s range of furniture, lighting and delightful décor offers a perfect solution to the living room blues.
Our outdoor spaces and gardens have provided those of us lucky enough to have access to one with a refreshing sanctuary on warm days, and the team at Cloudberry have the perfect additions to offer us, with a range of sleek outdoor furniture to bring a sense of home outside, encouraging a sunlit family meal around the table on the patio. Their new hammock made from post-consumer plastic invites an afternoon of comfort under leafy green trees, and the cast iron firepit and barbeque allow for cosy evenings spent story telling under the stars. Cloudberry embrace the Danish concept of ‘Hygge’, which promotes an atmosphere that allows for cosy, magical moments spent with friends and family, traditionally by candlelight.
Originally, Scandinavian design developed as a direct result of the seasons and those materials readily available from the land, with long, dark winters being countered by bright spaces which let in and reflect as much natural light as possible. This affinity with the natural world and a focus on optimising the spaces we have lies at the heart of Cloudberry, and is a way of thinking that we could all benefit from as we emerge from a difficult time and look to our own bright spaces.