Photo by Prue Ruscoe
Pics via The Poetry of Material Things
There are many reasons for why I wouldn´t mind spending time in this house (the pink pillows not being one of them) – but the main one would be the 4 beds-in-a-row-solution. How great wouldn´t it be to wake up with that view and having more than the, what with kids seems like mandatory, 10 centimeters of your bed?!
Pics via Marie Claire Maison
One of the most difficult but also fun things about a photo shoot is searching and finally finding the perfect location. Often you have seen a place many times before in magazines or adds and you don´t want to use the same thing over and over again. And there is of course the money issue where lots of studios tend to be too expensive, especially when doing editorial work meaning hardly no budget at all. But still – it is so much fun looking for that great spot and when finding it the reward is very fulfilling. If you have location (hopefully in or near the Stockholm area) in mind, indoors or outdoors, that you wouldn´t mind sharing with me – I would love to hear about it firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pics via Dusty Deco
When in L.A, I was invited (thank you!) to Anine Bing´s showroom and I left with such great things. If you like me go for basic clothing in white, black, grey and sometimes the crazy colour brown, with nice fabrics and details, this is the place to shop. I am so in love with my new leather jacket, it´s the softest thing I´ve ever worn. Highly recommend a visit, you won´t be disappointed.
1: The sweet and so very talented Anine Bing from her blog
Since my holiday has been all about no work and just family fun I have completely left everything else out. One of the best things of being back is to go through all the piles of inspiration that I´ve missed during this time. Magazines, blogs, instagram, pinterest, books and whatever is out there – love it!
Pic via always so inspiring Hannas Room