1. the one and only – B (by Alasdair Mclellan for the Gentlewoman 2013), 2. Robin Wright, what is there more to say? Total admiration.. You haven´t missed House of Cards I hope?!, 3. flawless and brilliant from then, Academy Awards 1979, until now, Meryl Streep, 4. Lauren Hutton in a Gap ad 2002 but still looks the same and is now 71 years old?!!, 5. Helena Christensen by Jocelyn Bain Hogg so much more than Chris Isaak 5. Julianne Moore for Vogue Germany 2004, the queen of red.
As deep as my love is for clean lines, soft greytones and Scandinavian touch to an interior – equally much do I like to sometimes shift away from that looking at the use of fabrics, warmer moods and colors. I can get so fed up with everything looking exactly the same here in the Nordics and after spending time in my friend´s amazing house in London I realized that I have really missed all of this. The combination and possibility to enjoy both is just perfect.
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Amazing parisian apartment by interior designer Jessica Vedel.
Please tell me, who do you follow on Instagram for inspiration? Is there something I´m missing out there? You can see who I follow on my annagillar account but just to name a few that I always find myself to hit the ”gillar” button for are elveravanschaik, annaleenashem, amy_merrick, daniellawitte, hildemork78, tantjohanna, linda_lomelino, linethitklein, sofiaatmokkasin and many more. Please hit me – what should I (and everyone else reading this blog) not miss?
Pic from my Instagram. A shot from a friend´s house in London who is an amazing interior designer that we will se more of in the future.
Back from our weekend in London with so much fun despite fever and mostly rain. Many of you have probably seen this home already but it´s too good not to post so here we go. The 20 m2 of the absolutely lovely Josefin Hååg of the blog with the same name – 20Kvadrat. Her style is as always impeccable & I would say that this is the spot on example of Nordic heartbeats right now.
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