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Thursday
Apr232015

Kristofer Johnsson update

 From all sorts of wonderful publications such as Residence, Elle Decoration and Plaza Interiör and shops such as Ikea, Åhléns and H&M Home, I bring you some of the latest works by the amazingly talented Swedish photographer Kristofer Johnsson. His photos are captivating, and make we want to paint all sorts of things black and white. (Previous features here, here and here).

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Wednesday
Mar042015

Emma Wallmén

Dreamy rustic raw textures, linens and wood, in shades of grey, blue, mauve and white. This is eye candy. By interior stylist Emma Wallmén (photos: Mira Åkerman, Anna Malmberg, Rania Rönntoft) 

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Thursday
Feb192015

Rock House

The Rock House, perched on the edge of a cliff in the outskirts of Stockholm on Lake Mälaren. Designed by Arkitektstudio Widejdal Racki. What a beautiful location, and the mix of concrete, glass and wood creates a modern and organic retreat. I find it a bit cold but with the addition of more rugs and some plants, I think it would be the perfect getaway home. 

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Wednesday
Feb182015

Gill Renlund

I thought you all might appreciate some Hump Day eye candy. Gill Renlund has my favourite job in the whole world - interior stylist (and food stylist - OMG dream come true!!) and these spaces are magazine quality spaces because of his finishing touches. Lovely spaces - especially this first bedroom. The wall colour is divine. 

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Tuesday
Feb032015

down in Løkka

This is one of the most inspiring posts I have shared in a while, IMHO. A huge thanks to Silje for tipping us of to this in an email recently: This is the Tumblr of a friend of a friend. They're a newly married couple in their 20s, and got an apt. in the old part of Oslo, Norway, this summer. They're both incredibly talented and hard-working, and they have just renovated their tiny apartment ALL by themselves. Their style is typically Norwegian, using "honest" materials (as well cal it), thrifted stuff, secondhand furniture and a mixing it to a delightfully minimalist style. Well worth a wee looksy, especially the before and after pictures of the livingroom/kitchen! The blog is named "down in Løkka", Løkka being a nickname for Grünerløkka, a hipster/old part of Oslo. I am completely in awe of all of the work they have done on their tiny pad. And it is beautiful, and perfectly minimal. I am so impressed. 

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