Described and featured by Design Sponge as ”Postwar construction meets prewar charm”. Vintage charm, details and history at it´s best.
I´ve featured Ilse Crawford and the work of her team Studio Ilse before, but the love I feel for what they do has no limits. Yesterday I was invited to a sneak peek of Studio Ilse´s product line ”Sinnerlig Collection” in collaboration with Ikea that will be launched in sometime in August. You might already have seen my absolute favorite – the Daybed – on Instagram but there was absolutely nothing that I did not want to bring with me home. The glass Bottles, the Pendant lamp, the Jug, the Table lamp, the Rug, the Woven basket, the Trestle table….I could go on for all products. Many of which are made in cork and all with the feeling of Ilse´s always warm and welcoming touch with attention to detail and something more than just being a product. The whole thing was presented at hotel Ett Hem (also designed by Studio Ilse) that I have wanted to visit for so long. I´ve heard so much about it and it is for sure even better in real life, I didn´t want leave….ever…
I´ve featured her work before and this is probably not the last time. Just love the work of photographer Line T. Klein.
A short minute of daydreaming and now – back to work!
Pic via The Nest Interiors Instagram with thanks
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
Pics via Au Lait/LocalMilk Tumblr with thanks