In the current issue of Residence Magazine this piece is out that I did together with photographer Erik Lefvander as my last job before heading on summer holiday. It´s the home of architect Johnny Andersson of Jordens Arkitekter (who also did this amazing space by the way). Some behind the scenes from the shoot – when picking up all the props I the whole time heard that my car engine did not sound as it use to. I barely got out of there with a fully packed car and just as I parked next to our house it died…Luckily after the shoot and not before. And for the image with the jeans hanging on that wall, I really wanted an extra pair and there where none available. So I want to say an extra thanks to photographer Erik that took one for the team taking this pic with no pants on and offering the best laugh of the day!
You can see more images here.
Ok, so managed to stay away from the stomach flu for a full week even though it´s been haunting our house just to end up with a really bad food poisoning for the weekend (won’t´be eating parma ham anytime soon…). Lots and lots of work that was to say the least a challenge to juggle throughout this not so amazing experience. But! No rain, no flowers. So many fun projects at the moment and a a super exciting work trip across the world to somewhere I´ve never been next week. No I just need to manage my scare of flying and tick of all of those things to do before leaving. New week, here we go!
I was hoping to use this cutie for a lamp for my latest JM project but unfortunately time was not on my side so had to give up that plan. The Night Owl designed by Nikolai Wiig Hansen for Lightyears is a new favorite of mine that I really hope to get to use soon for any of the up coming projects.
I´m definitely out of my comfort zone this morning (love to be) searching for fabric and wallpaper patterns for a bold project. These are the ones that caught my eye on Pinterest.
I just stumbled upon this beautiful space and view via Finnish interior stylist and designer Minna Jones Instagram. I think it belongs to Elina Helenius of Studio Elina Helenius if I have not misunderstood completely (my Finnish is non existing). A perfect place to let your mind wonder off to if you need some time to just breathe today.
Via Minna Jones with thanks.
We are currently creating what I would call a dream bedroom for one of my clients. It comes with a walk in closet but not only that, just outside of that space there is another room (in addition to the actual bedroom section with amazing big windows and a soft warm rug to put your feet on when waking up) with an open fire place, perfect wooden floors and space for making it a dressing room deluxe. So currently on my mind, what difference a rug can make (no 1), what a beautiful vintage piece can add to a space (no 2), how I like this solution but can´t use it for this project but have hopes for the future (no 3) & weather to use a clean and straight ottoman like this one or go a little more detailed and fun (no 4).
All pics with thanks via:1 & 2 via DPages, 3 via The Place Home, 4. via.