One of the most fun and actually in a way challenging jobs I´ve ever done is for Make It Last creating several still lives with a sustainable objective. You would probably be surprised to hear how many producers and shops that have no sustainable thinking at all…I really think and hope that all of that is about to change, but still the interior world has got a lot to learn from the fashion industry on the topic.
This still life was released yesterday & if you would like to see what has been previously done you can see that here and here. All product details on www.makeitlast.se and photo by the brilliant Pauline Suzor.
It´s again that season where you think you could sleep forever if there was no alarm to wake you up. Thank god for morning rays of sun, being able to open up the windows for fresh air and as many breakfasts in bed as possible.
Pics via Bathwater with thanks
Last year my Autumn mood was darker with blue and dark grey tones. This year I´m longing for beige, brown, different shades of white, chunky knits, sandy touches and rough structures combined with the clean and simple. That´s interior life, always changing and often back to basics after a while of experimenting.
Pics via Pinterest
I´ve seen this caravan before but don´t think I ever posted anything on it. I´ve just come back from a few days of holiday at Mallorca so maybe I´m enjoying these colors and the sunny feel to it a little bit extra. But I also really like the idea of the ‘Travelling Wares’ caravan travelling shop – housed in a 1956 caravan called Frankie, hosted by stylist and photographer Kara Rosenlund. Vintage finds for sale specialising in utilitarian pieces for the home, all through this magic piece on wheels.