I have always been jealous of interior stylists who have an incredible knack for uniting a bunch of often random objects into some type of cohesive theme that results in the most gorgeous vignettes that become even more magical when captured by a lens. Swedish stylist Tina Hellberg is one of those stylist (as Jo demonstrated a couple of times before here and here).
Speechless. No words. These photos. Amazing. Wait. Let me try. The soft light, the rich colours, the wonderful, casual vibe. It’s an interpretation, an understanding, an appreciation of beauty. British photographer Joanna Henderson. Considered and enchanted, captured through a lens.
I absolutely adore the photography of Petra Bindel. I’d have to put her in my top 5 list. Everything she shoots is mesmerizing, captivating and magical. I have a girl crush on her, I’ll admit. I was shocked to find out it’s been ages since we blogged her work (here and here). First up are some photos of a really special home, that of interior stylist Emma Persson Lagerberg that was featured in Swedish Elle Interior, Danish RUM and ELLE Decoration UK.
And a few extra goodies because I can’t get enough…
Hearth and home. Sense of place and purpose and history. Homes to anchor a well lived life. Tradition and quiet modernism. Genius loci, respect for the past, reach for the future but gently, solidly, purposefully and creatively. Inspiration from Austin, Texas based Tim Cuppett Architects.
If colour is contagious then I’m in trouble. These fun rooms are infectious and fabulous. If you are starting to think all white scandi rooms are anaemic and washed out then a colour infusion is just what you might need. Spin the colour wheel and see where it lands. If interior designer Katie Rosenfeld has anything to do with it then it will always be a winner.