This beautiful top floor apartment is located in Stockholm, Sweden. The white walls, high ceilings (up to 4.5m in hight!) and large windows give the home a spacious feel. The attic apartment also has some traditional features such as the typical Scandinavian fire place and terracotta colored handmade tiles.
Multi talented stylist Kara Rosenlund is not only the owner of the gorgeous home, she is also the photographer of this series of images shot for Australian magazine Inside Out. The typical Queenslander home is decorated in quiet tones such as ivory, nude and sand. Kara loves to share the worldly objects she finds; available from her unique vintage ‘Travelling Wares’ caravan pop-up shop and also her online shop. Full to the brim with both practical and beautiful old wares for the kitchen and home, sourced by Kara from far and wide.
These beautiful Fall inspired images are the result of a collaboration between photographer Petra Bindel and stylist Emma Persson Lagerberg. They created this series of pictures for Swedish department store Åhléns. Beautiful use of colors!
Today you get 25% discount at J.Crew, you can use code INSIDER at check out. J. Crew is know for their stylish fashion for adults and kids. And they have just launched J. Crew baby, a beautiful collection baby clothes from brands such as a Oeuf, Petit Bateau and Salt Water. Above you can see some of my favorites from the brand new baby collection. The discount is only valid today (21 September) so hurry!
The Toast Fall/Winter 2013 catalog is available and as always it is packed with stunning images. The catalog was shot in Canada by photographer Nicholas James Seaton. You can see the new Women collection here and the House & Home collection here.
Stitches is a beautiful new dish ware collection designed by Gry Fager for Danish brand Menu. The design is based on the old fashioned cross-stitching technique but the collection has a very modern and contemporary feel to it. Cross-stitching is a big part of the Danish handicraft tradition, and something closely tied to the family as it is often learned from unbelievably patient grandmothers.
This beautiful wooden house in Holtet Hageby, Norway, was built in the 1920′s. Owner Vigdis A.Bergh, an interior designer, kept the original charm of the house and added modern touches during the extensive renovation. The house is light and airy. This is achieved by keeping the base white. In Northern countries such as Norway there is limited day light during winter time. By keeping walls and floors white you can let as much day light in as possible. Similar cluster lights (top picture) are available from Kathleen Hills.