And here’s some gorgeous new cushions from the Adler collection, “bobo pillows” – bohemian bliss!
Trendey was born three years ago. To be exact 3 years and 9 days ago – it first saw light on August 20th 2009. Lots and lots of interior design nerdery has flowed under the bridge since. In 2009 I was on the hunt for an apartment in Stockholm and my sister Henen looked for […]
The dream summer house I always go on about this time a year – here it is. Or well, a very good incarnation of it! Built around the year 1900, period details intact, need some renovation but overall an old Swedish house in good condition. A sheer delight to refurbish a bit and decorate! This […]
A new hotel – a luxury and homey guesthouse – is soon to be opened in Stockholm. It’s called Ett Hem (a home) and is situated in the fancy area Lärkstaden in a posh townhouse built in the year 1910. It’s been quite a controversy about this hotel, because the neighbours didn’t want this house […]
Or Nomad – Bringing Your Travels Home is the title of Sibella Court’s latest book. It’s a photographic collection of travel shots and styled spaces. She has globetrotted and treasure-hunted to Japan, Italy, India, Syria and Mexico. Each place make a flavour with colour palettes and misc. stories. Room settings are inspired by ideas, photos […]
Just a quick note about the brand new British online interiors magazine Heart Home. Great stuff! This is my favourite pic from the 1st issue. Love the style, the philosophy and the fact that the table is set for fika.
Some time ago, I pondered whether there’s a correlation between people’s tastes in music and – not only clothes they wear, but also – interior design styles and home decor choices. And yes, I figure it may very well be so. All are expressions of personal preferences and surely they can be more or less […]
[quote type=”center”] If ever there was a time to celebrate your personal style, that moment is now.[/quote] …so begins the editor’s column in Living Etc’s June 2011 issue. And why is this new (and yet old and always existing) home decor paradigm so great? Because personal style is inclusive, manifold and rule-free. No one […]