Joanna Moorehouse

Posted on Tue, 2 Feb 2010 by midcenturyjo

When you love what you’re doing it shows in your work. Finnish (and half English) photographer Joanna Moorehouse obviously loves what she does. Her work is refreshing and bright, real and believable. These are rooms that we could walk right into and make ourselves at home. Joanna’s photos make us feel that way and that’s her work done.

the zhush says:

Bright, real and believable…I kind of like that sentiment! And, its true here. Although, those white dining room chairs kinda freak
me out a bit.

The white bedroom with just a pop of yellow looks absolutely peaceful and serene. Perfect for napping on a breezy summer day!

milla says:

wow the white tall chears were so cool! is it possible to know where I can find them..? 🙂 though I guess I probably wont afford them, but oh so cool!

LOVE LOVE LOVE all the use of color in these rooms! How fun is that pink room? I love that they had the courage to make it pink and not back down in the accent colors!

stephanie says:

Does anyone know what the light is in the picture with the pale yellow table and bright yellow painting through the doorway? I’m looking for a light just like that? Thanks!

Os. says:

absolutely love…very rich! the lighting is pretty good in the photos with windows. i quite like! thx for sharing. and the yellow ‘negative space’ divider is so cool.

Benjamin says:

Answer to Stephanie: I believe that is an "Bumling" made by Ateljé Lyktan and designed by Anders Pehrson. A swede from Åhus. Available here: Good luck!

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