Friday, 9 October 2015

Harmonious home of Anne Black

This beautiful and wildly harmonious home belongs to Danish ceramist Anne Black and her family of five. Her pretty place is decorated with love, every item is carefully chosen and the result is an eclectic and super personal space. Timeless furniture, materials and artwork, all chosen with respect and love for craftsmanship. I'm lovin' the simple shapes and delicate colors! High ceilings, herringbone parquet floors and beautiful stucco.. i could so live here! Have a happy weekend dears, see you next week! x

Credits and thanks to Bo Bedre Norway

Photography Christoffer Regild

Tuesday, 6 October 2015

Swedish industrial wooden villa

When owners Maria and Frederick became parents of daughter Nim, they decided to move from the city to the suburbs outside Stockholm. Here they found their dream villa from 1911 with lush gardens, fresh air and within walking distance to a lovely lake. After a long renovation their home became just as they wanted.. gray toned, an industrial feel and absolutely stunning! I'm lovin' the stainless steel kitchen and metal room dividers mixed with the soft pastels, the Ikea sofa and vintage finds.. have fun!

Credits and thanks to Elle Decoration Sweden

Photography Jonas Gustavsson

Friday, 2 October 2015

LisLoves awesome stuff

Well hello unique, handmade and awesome stuff by LisLoves! Dutch designer Lis loves homes with a story.. mix & match, authentic and super cozy. She designs her collections of blankets for the young and young at heart. Beautiful patterns and colors. Totally love the pompon blankets and (OMG) she also sells the prettiest Beni Ouarain rugs straight from Morocco. Her collection of loveliness is called Cuddle (awe)some.. and that’s just a great way to start this fall don’t you think! Have a happy weekend dears, hope to see you tomorrow at the Meet the Blogger conference in Amsterdam! xo

Shop her awesome collection here at LisLoves

Tuesday, 29 September 2015

Wooden wannahaves

So cool this feature Danish Bolig Liv did on wooden accessories. Pretty cutting boards, kitchen utensils, trays and beautiful bowls & boxes.. i’m lovin’ it! Just think the wooden vases by Applicata (first pic) are so super cool.. a real wannahave on my part! Durable, natural and an definite must to combine with ceramics and porcelain. Any favorites? Check all brands and stockists here.. enjoy!

Credits and thanks to Bolig Liv

Photography Pernille Enouch | Styling Nadja Wehlitz

Friday, 25 September 2015

Melbourne factory living

This amazing Melbourne space used to be a leather factory.. now artist Saskia Folk lives here together with her flat-mate Imogen. The renovation work was already done by a former owner twenty years ago... it was then turned into a three-bedroom, two-bathroom home. Saskia painted the exposed brick walls white to create a blank canvas for her super cool art collection. Stunning pinewood floors, vintage finds, a stainless steel stove and industrial pendant lights.. just think this place is a real gem!

Credits and thanks to Inside Out

Photography Derek Swalwell | Styling Heater Nette King

Tuesday, 22 September 2015

I LOVE MY TYPE (at Nordic Blends)

So love the new collection of prints and posters by I LOVE MY TYPE. Simple and clean, as well as colorful and with a mix of text and illustration. Stunning colors, hand drawn typography and oh so personal. Also added to the collection this season are the cutest Mini Message Cards, with sweet messages like Hoooooray and You are loved. Shop I LOVE MY TYPE at one of my favorite online shops Nordic Blends, Collette’s pretty shop is packed with all kinds of Scandinavian goodies.. enjoy!

Shop I LOVE MY TYPE at Nordic Blends
Looking for a particular item? Don't hesitate to contact Collette here

Friday, 18 September 2015

Nostalgic autumn holiday home

The days are getting shorter with autumn just around the corner.. thought it would be appropriate now to stop sharing all kinds of pretty holiday and summer homes and start with the comfy “getting ready for fall” ones. This Swedish holiday home of filmmaker | journalist Christina Höglund will do just fine as the last summer home of this season. Farmhouse styling, worn floors and old windows. This home hasn’t been plastered nor painted for almost one hunderd years! I’m lovin’ the nostalgic, soulful and moody look & feel. This home has a story to tell, it’s as if you’re stepping back in time..

Credits and thanks to BoligDrom

Photography Jonas Ingerstedt

Tip! Here a brave and touching documentary made by | about Christina a couple of years ago when she was diagnosed with Alopecia universalis. It's in Swedish and subtitled in German.