At home with

At home with very talented and funny interior stylist Linnéa Salmén in her & boyfriend´s studio apartment in Stockholm. With an eye for fun shapes, details, collecting and not being afraid of defying the minimalistic trend – this place is a rare gem in the Swedish stylist team. You can see more of Linnéa´s work here.

Photo by Emily Laye via Residence Magazine. 

Soft neutrals & daylight

I thought maybe the end of blogging had come but I´ll make sure to let you know before that happens since I can see that there still are some few brave ones that keep on checking in daily even though I´ve been away for so long. Thank you so much for that. It keeps me wanting to get back in here and breathe some air to what has been my baby for 10 years now….I can´t believe I´ve had it for so long but it´s definitely worth celebrating with some inspiration sharing again. These images have been around for a while but today I saw them all together again and I think they are just so beautiful. It´s actually a Zara Home campaign and the idea of using architect Danielle Siggerud´s home as back drop I brilliant.

Art direction by Rosie Seabrook who always has an incredible eye for beauty & has one of my favorite accounts on Instagram, photo by Frederik Vercruysse & styling by Colin King.

Natural light

I have always been a  fan of photographer Pia Ulin´s work and even though I´ve admired her portfolio many times before I had to feature these once more. Two different homes (the last one at home with amazing designer Joseph Dirand) that are both so inspiring and perfectly captured by Pia and her natural way of using the light.

Midcentury with a view

Located on Park Avenue, New York, with a view over Central Park – this is the home of Brazilian shoe designer Alexandre Birman when he visits the city for business once a month. Designed together with fellow Brazilian interior designer Andre Mellone they put it all together in just a few weeks time. Their shared love for Midcentury pieces and art(+ let´s assume a generous budget) is key to this beautiful result.

Photo by , featured in Architectural Digest