My life doesn´t look anything like this at the moment, I´m running around chasing props for different shoots. Fun times and busy times but I would´t mind a little break in that coffee shop sometime soon.
Pics via Daily Visual Overdose with thanks
Once again inspired by the beautiful work of photographer Line T. Klein.
I booked a trip to Paris yesterday and I´m so excited about going. It turns out that both my husband and I had planned a surprise trip for each other for both our birthdays and even though the original plan was to go to the Amalfi coast as we haven´t been, we ended up deciding on Paris. I lived there for a year when I was younger, studying French at La Sorbonne. An amazing time but longer ago than I would like to admit so please please if you have any advice on restaurants and nice interior shops I would love to get some (big thanks to Josefin who has already been kind to point me in the right direction).
Believe it or not but I´ve already looked at over a 1000 (!!) apartments…..I know that is probably not normal but I really enjoy it so much… Without doubt we will end up somewhere around Marais. See you in May, Paris!
Mood board by me. Pics via parisian lovely J´ADR with thanks
Pics via Creep Hard with thanks
I´ve featured her work before and this is probably not the last time. Just love the work of photographer Line T. Klein.
Creating mood boards for an up coming bigger job at the moment, no less than 10 should be done by the end of the evening…Luckily that´s one of my favorite parts of this job, the planning and creative side to it. Feel in love with these beauties along the way.
All via my Pinterest with sources
Pic via Coffeestained cashmere with thanks
Hope you all have had a great start to the year! Just now I´m sitting in bed after a good night´s sleep with both my children having a very slow and cozy morning. Them with iPads and me with the computor, probably one moment away from breakfast time.
With the new year there is a lot of fun expectations and wishes of what to come and I also really like looking back at the year that passed and what that year was about and what will probably stay with us for some time still. One of the things that I´m sure we will keep on seeing more of are the neutral colors in different shades and tones. Brown, creme and grey with the allowance of darker wood instead of the often very fair Scandi versions. All accompanied with branches of different seasons. The first example (pic 1-6) of this is perfectly captured by photographer Pia Ulin & stylist Lotta Agaton. And the second one (pic 7-10) by photographer Marcus Lawett & stylist Hans Blomquist. Neutral, natural & simply lovely.