Tuesday, November 24, 2015
Stunning apartment in VASASTAN, STOCKHOLM. Styled by Josefin Haag and sold at Fantastic Frank this just gives me nostalgic feelings about the time I used to live in Stockholm. Almost 3 years has passed since then but can't really tell since I' m still going back to the city every now and then, most of my friends are actually swedish and of course I am actually still working in a Swedish company.
I love Stockholm and I have to say is one of the most beautiful cities you can visit and one of the easiest cities to live in. The interior of the apartment in the photos is quite similar of the one I used to live in. Charming old building from the XIX century with it's big white windows breading through the neutral and tonal decoration. Delightful!
Monday, November 23, 2015
Valerija Kelava by Rory Payne for SUPPLEMENT MAGAZINE Fall/Winter 2015.
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Sunday, November 22, 2015
Photographed by Jacobo Campos at Joshua Tree National Park, California. You will find these and more photos on this month's collaboration style post with NEST TOGETHER. Find all the details
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Friday, November 20, 2015
Delightful! THE APARTMENT by The Line has just open in Melrose Place, Los Angeles.
You know them from their amazing spot in Soho, New York. Now all the way to the West Coast, out of the industrial busy scene of NYC but into the light of the high sun of California.
A beautiful space!
Tuesday, November 17, 2015
The marble bench by Muller Van Severe.
A fantastic blend of marble colours and effect in a simple lines furniture design. Been quite obsessed myself with marble for sometime. Have added some pieces to the collection and even found a 'stone market' in Shanghai where you can basically find any kind of marble colour and make your own design for a very affordable price. Now the plan is to design a coffee table and a shelf in a marble colour blend something quite like a mix of the idea above from Muller Van Severe and the fantastic marbles at Céline stores. I'm working on the idea...