Exchanging last week´s slow work pace in France looking at views like this, for a full speed forward with lots of planning by the kitchen table. Not as exotic but feels good to be back and very excited about all the new fun projects coming up.
Wishing you all a great week! xx
Pic from my Instagram
With spaces like this there is no need for fuzz…
Pics by incredible Heidi Lerkenfeldt
Really happy to be contributing to great initiative Make it Last that I´ve written about here before. Sustainability doesn’t have to compromise anything and this is the first round to hopefully be inspired by. All items used are vintage or made of sustainable and/or recycled and ecological materials. More to come in the future and further info here.
Thanks to always inspiring founders Emma Elwin & Lisa Corneliusson for letting me play! Everything captured beautifully by photographer Pauline Suzor.
I did a very fun shoot for Ikea a few weeks ago that I didn´t know was out until I today spotted it over at Riazzoli´s (thank you so much for kind words!). The idea was to create a room for a crime writer and I´ve never had the chance to play around with props like on that day. All the pictures where not published but I can tell you there where knives and fake blood amongst other things. Probably good those pics are still in the files…The black cat was not all happy about having to stay in one room with lots of strangers and as I´m (silly I know) very afraid of cats – being in the same room was definitely a challenge. Especially when he started to use his teeth and claws on some of the team members. He did a great job in front of the camera though so despite fear I send extra credits to you Mr. Black.
Thanks to team Ikea Livet Hemma & photographer Anna Malmberg for a great day.
Another Monday and this week I´m almost ridiculously excited to get things going, love when that happens. Have a good one people!
Pic via Coffeestained cashmere with thanks
If you have followed me for a while you know that I´m constantly searching for an office and still with no satisfying result….But when I saw this image I thought I just might move my home office to the attic from the bedroom (I know, you´re not supposed to work in the bedroom but it has the perfect corner, is quite big and lots of light coming through during the day). Our attic looks just about the same as in this image and in addition has a window that I would then be able to look out from straight ahead. The only problem though…I want to and really long for sitting with other people in a proper office and I´m pretty sure that it will still end up with me sitting at the kitchen table instead of the office that I have set up…
Pic via Grace Spain with thanks