Not looking forward to this week’s predicted wintery weather? Make the icy temps and slush-covered streets a little more bearable by coming home and cozying up with your sofa (this is also a great option if you’ll be spending Valentine’s Day solo). Moody Nest is Frankfurt-based designer Hanna Ernsting‘s pouf with a blanket that turns into the perfect place to hibernate.
German-American designer Hanna Emelie Ernsting studied product design at the HfG in Karlsruhe and at the ENSAD in Paris. During her studies she worked with the Dutch designer Ineke Hans in Arnhem, with the architects ISAR in San Francisco, and at the Vitra Design Museum before starting her own studio in 2011.
The award-winning designer specializes in soft furnishings for the home, comfy designs in warm textures and pastel colors, that can also take shape of cuddly pets. “A desire to relax at home, to cuddle up on the couch and put your feet up” is where she finds inspiration.
The textile part of Moody Nest is more dominant, while the base is much less visible, similar to her Moody Couch.
Search for more cuddly designs from Hanna Ernsting at her website here.
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