Trolltunga hotell- Et nytt hotell med nye farger

Trolltunga, Signe Schineller, Resignert, Oppussing, Maling med mørke farger, mørke vegger, Erle Hauso, Trolltunga overnatting, Trolltunga hotell, Jotun, interior, interior styling, interiør signe, Jotun deco blue, Overnatting OddaNår Trolltunga kontaktet meg i høst angående fargevalg i forbindelse oppussing var jeg raskt på banen. Jeg elsker farger og jeg elsker oppussing. Spesielt når man kan bruke mye at det man allerede har og sette det eksisterende sammen i en ny stil, med nye farger og supplere med noe nytt! Da beholder man mye av sjarmen. For sjarm, det har dette gamle hotellet mye av!

I hotellet henger store flotte malerier av norsk natur. Og gjennom vinduene ser du fjell, fjord, skog og elvebredder. Dette var min umiddelbare inspirasjon. Hotellet hadde tidligere bygget en ny og moderne fløy med dype farger og moderne interiør, så jeg kjente de var åpen for stemningsfulle farger i de øvrige rommene i det gamle hotellet; soverom, soveromsfløy, oppgang, fellesrom og resepsjon.

En dyp palett ble levert, men også noen grålige pasteller i mint og blå. Jeg ville skape en moderne hyttefølelse og en rolig atmosfære. Et sted slitne turgåere kunne trekke seg tilbake og finne roen uten å føle seg eksponert av hvite vegger.

Utfordringer med fargene dukket raskt opp da hotellet begynte å male prøveflekker på veggene. Lyset fra ulike hold påvirket fargene voldsomt. De opprinnelige fargene måtte justeres etter lys og skygge. Takk til markedssjefen på hotellet, Erle Hauso, for kreative innspill og engasjement! Som også innførte gulldetaljer som brilljerer ved siden av de mørkmalte veggene.

Hotellet har ikke oppdatert nettsidene med nye bilder enda, men det kommer, uansett finner du mere info her.

Bare planlegg turen til Odda for å oppleve norsk natur på sitt beste på et sjarmerende sted, innerst i en arm av Hardangerfjorden, med mye historie, samt oppleve det nye hotellet. Absolutt verdt turen!

Her finner du en liste over “what to do” i Odda og omeng! De har Trolltunga, men de har så mye mer! Norge har mye fint å by på.

Når jeg dro tilbake idag på befaring var ikke hotellet til å kjenne igjen. De hvite veggene stod iført ny drakt med farger som gir deg umiddelbar ro. Atmosfæren var helt unik. Jeg er imponert! Dette ble flott!

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FØRBILDE AV ET ENKELTROM

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FØRBILDE AV FELLESSTUE/ RESEPSJON

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Manshausen Island

imageimageimageThere are so many smart solutions made in the cabins. Like this kitchen eating area. A pull down table and a box with storage inside, on wheels of course.imageimageManshausen Island, what a beautiful tranquil place. Situated in the Steigen archipelago off the coast of Northern Norway. The Island´s position between mountains and the Barents Sea is in itself the inspiration for Polar Explorer Børge Ousland´s newest project. He has built an adventure and exploration resort, on this island historically a trading post for the fishing industry. His cabins have draw attention across the world. The estethic cabins are 34 square metres are one of a kind, by architect Snorre Stinessen. 4 cabins are built, 2 are in progress. The materials and solutions are impressing. Litterally hanging over the sea, with 3 walls made of massive glass, with handmade and specialized glass, Corian and wooden interior solutions for small spaces these cabins are inspiring, convienient and practical. I spent a night here and offered a evening yoga class! If you visit, book yourself a trip up in the mountains or at sea! For more info press Manshausen.imageimageimageimage image imageThe surroundings are quiet, wild and northern. The sun decided to hide the day I visited. Sitting in the cabin I was amazed seeing the storm outside. Wind, waves and rain hot the huge glass surfaces that cover three walls of the cabin. I felt peace inside the cabin where I sat in the beautiful Scandia chair by Fjord Fiesta covered in a warm wool blanket. imageimageimageimage image

606 The Arne Jakobsen Suite

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This is amazing. This suite. I love the style. The colors. The atmosphere. I am a midcentury modern enthusiast.

The Radisson Blu Royal Hotel in Copenhagen, back then SAS Royal Hotel, opened in 1960. It was the first skyscraper in Copenhagen. And the world’s first design hotel.

Danish designer Arne Jacobsen, designed the iconic hotel and everything in it: from the facade to the hotel bathrooms and from the cutlery used in the hotel restaurant to the now equally legendary furniture, such as the Egg, the Swan and the Drop chairs. The hotel has undergone several changes since, but room number 606, remains exactly as Jacobsen designed it in 1960. It´s amazing! So authentic!

This room is naturally not for rent for the night, but it is, of course very popular in fotoshoots…..no wonder!

For more info and pitcures check it out

I am present at 3 days of design getting to know danish design better, day 2 in front of me! Copenhagen I am ready! If you haven`t been to Copenhagen or this anual event, you should consider it! It`s growing every year!

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Photography exhibition- Rosendal nature

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1) Folgefonna, the stunning glacier.  Here from a kayakktrip to Møsavatnet a sunny summers day.

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Nature. My inspiration.

No matter where I go in Rosendal I am surrounded with magnificent scenery. A day doesn`t go by without me taking pictures with my Iphone or Nikon camera.

Recently I blew up my some of my favorite motives on matt aluminium to decorate white empty walls at a local hotell. I am so proud for this opportunity!

Rosendal Turisthotell, built in 1887, has just finished off a major renovation of their attic.  The earlier empty and raw attic is now 8 beautiful modern suites.

The interior in each room is simple but stylish. Each room has handknit pillows and blankets by Cosy Consept and lamps from Northern lighting.

I have added a motive or two in every room reminding the hotell visitors of the landscape right outside. And if they like the can buy the picture and take a little Rosendal with them back home! This photo project is a cooperation with FotoKnudsen.

Here are three of the rooms!

Welcome to Rosendal.

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A frozen flower, an early morning, after camping up at Myrdalsvatnet.

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2) On the way up to Hattebergfossen. The cloudy but bright sky made the green so green! And those branches are from the last storm. 

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3) A rather common scene walking around on the countryside. 

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