These leather straps designed by Mathilda Clahr are simple, stylish and functional. You can hang them in the hallway to store scarves and when opened you can use them to hang your bags. But the straps can also be handy in the kitchen (to store kitchen textiles), bathroom and in the office. Just be creative! The straps are available here.
Credits: images styled by Josefin Hååg | photographer Elin Strömberg | via STIL Inspiration.
STUDIO OINK is responsible for the look of this modern apartment. This design studio, based in Germany, is specialized in creating customized concepts for high quality interior design, set design and styling for film and photo productions and for digital and print magazines. Apart from customized interior design the Studio also helps with choosing good and suitable art and design objects for your home by constantly keeping an eye on the art scene, the market and new design trends. I do love the art work in this apartment, the style and colors work really well with the space and decor.
Japanese artist Shino Takedo creates the most beautiful ceramic pieces. This is what she says about her work and herself: “I grew up on Kyushu island in southern Japan. Kyushu has a rich history of ceramics and arts. My mother admired and collected both. When I was a child we would travel all around Japan to look at different art shows and visit ceramic artists studios. My work is an appropriation of those more traditional Japanese art forms mixed with all the freshness of NYC today. All my work are hand-build, one of a kind. Searching for perfect imperfection, tracing memories, making story that connect the old to the new.” A list of stockists can be found on her website.
Isn’t this the best baby announcement?! I think it is creative and highly original. The announcement was made by stylist Erin Michael for baby Jagger. The lovely blanket used is the Pia Wallen Cross baby blanket.
I am loving these cute animal coat racks made of birch wood. The hangers are created by NOtoys, a Dutch company that designs and produces sustainable products that children actually play with and at the same time match with the parents’ style and taste.
This beautiful kitchen is designed by Danish company Kobenhavns Mobelsnedkeri. The design is minimalistic but the fumed oak gives a sense of warmth to the clean lines. I love the huge glass doors that gives access to the pantry.
I love this bathroom in Elizabeth Heier’s home as it is simply, stylish and serene. Three qualities that I think a bathroom should have. Elizabeth has used concrete for the floor and for the large sink. The shower cabin is the only place where tiles can be found. Grey towels and accessories made of natural materials give some color. The Vipp bin works really well in this space. You can read more about the bathroom renovation and about the products that were used on Elizabeth’s blog.