Many of us are stuck at home during these times and what else to do than making the best of it? At least for now there is no shortage of food so I´m trying out new recipes and setting the dinner table at little extra each night to make it special. Those beautiful linen cloths made by hand by my grandmother that I so rarely use because I´m afraid to stain them are coming out! And since Spring is already here there are plenty of snowdrops in the garden that are coming inside in small vases everywhere. A little sprinkle to a heavy situation is (if we can and are well) what we need.
Pic via EyeSwoon, courtesy of Roman & Williams Guild.
Hello little marble beauty…And that window facing the other room…
Images by Nicole Franzen.
It´s hard to know if it´s even right to keep on adding posts to the blog and Instagram with all the things going on in the world and just around the corner. I don´t want to be insensitive to the situation but I´m thinking that maybe now more than ever we need a break from all the hard news coming our way constantly. Maybe it´s good then to get at least a moment off by dreaming away looking at beautiful and inspiring things (as shallow as it can seem). For me it´s good anyway, to feed my brain with not only news updates and worry. Because there is a lot of worry, I haven´t slept properly in a long time. So hopefully this can continously be a place where we all can get a little time before heading back to reality that is still there no matter what. Stay safe everyone xx
My other places for inspiration you can find on Instagram & Pinterest.
Currently planning a bathroom for a female client & the theme is Parisian chic. What do you say, yes or no?
Inspiration via Christina Cole´s apartment.
1. Kassandra Thatcher Oblong Loop Lamp, 2. Kino Wood lamps by Emmanuel Gardin, 3. Cone Lamp, Artilleriet, 4. Demisch Danant 5. Kassandra Thather Large Blob Lamp 6. Demisch Danant 7. Paavo Tynell Floor Lamp, Model 9602, 8. Demisch Danant , 9. Zara Home
Alexis Christodoulou, a self-taught 3D artist living in Cape Town, South Africa has spent the last 6 years building a collection of works focusing on imaginary architecture. I find these ideas very inspiring.
See more of his work here.