| photographers. upper photo: sandra lane, bottom: tobias harvey |
A highly interesting and appealing interior design trend in my opinion is the Granny & Grandpa-line of interior thought. It’s a retro style not pointing out specific decades or design styles, but going a few generations back – to a time without decor-anxiety. To a time when homes were furnished and decorated from the owner’s […]
From my urban-Swedish position I continue to examine the trendification of the countryside. Here’s another fresh and inspiring example. An urban career couple with a nice Stockholm apartment stumbled upon a very rickety, even dilapidated, timber cottage from the year 1792. It was in the beautiful countryside region of Hälsingland, and so their four-year adventure […]
There is a blog called Fine Little Day. Maybe you all knew about it. I didn’t. It has a shop attached to it, a fine little shop, but what I particularly want to talk about is wallpapers. Wallpaper-envy. Of all the wallpapers on the planet, these below are of the kind I’m most passionate about. […]
Coloured walls, mix of styles, flowers, vintage, the granny-esque… | left pic: Cote Maison, right: Atelier Abigail Ahern |
As always, one thing lead to another. From the traces of granny in Pia Ulin’s photos for True Scandinavian through a faded glamour bathroom and antique crystal chandeliers – to this: yet another stop in the faded granny-esque field. Two photos by Irina Graewe where the faded ‘granny’ styling creates an interesting vibe.