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With garden in the middle of the city for sale now via Esny.
One of the projects I´m working on at the moment is decorating viewing apartments for major developer JM. It´s really fun and especially to get to work with one of my former Beckmans class mates, Marie Ramse who is doing this full time and is really amazing at it. The pictures above are part of the mood board that I made for the first apartment where I´m supposed to get a new look on an already exciting one. We are shooting it next week and I think it will be out before Christmas. The next project is decorating an apartment completely from scratch and I´ve got so many ideas for that already and am really excited to get going on that too. But first, this one!
You can see the full mood board here.
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Let´s take up the category of creating an imaginary home by putting together rooms of different houses to one place. I always try to imagine who lives there, what they like and what they do. Just search in the category ”Imaginary home” if you would like to see the ones created before.
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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
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Pics by incredible Heidi Lerkenfeldt
On my mind right now….sheer white curtains. We are currently in the planning phase of making some changes in our basement. One part of the big room will be transformed into an office and the other as a guest room and space for the kids to watch TV and play games. All divided with a white sheer curtain to make two rooms in one but without taking any light or feeling of space. Selling some furniture and am on auction sites all the time to find the perfect pieces. Very excited.
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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.
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