My work in Diivan magazine

May 8, 2017

 

 

One of my latest interior projects (which I featured also here) got published in a local home decor and design magazine Diivan. I’m superhappy about it – my interior design, my styling for shooting and my photos!

Also, I put together a portfolio site featuring some of my work and services, you can find it here (at the moment it’s available only in Estonian).

 

Üks mu hiljutisi sisekujundusprojekte (mida kajastasin siin) avaldati ajakirja Diivan mai numbris. Muidugi olen ma kõrvust tõstetud ja eriti hea meel on selle üle, et nii sisekujundus, stiliseerimine pildistamise jaoks kui ka fotod on minu tehtud. 

Lisaks panin ma mõned päevad tagasi kokku oma portfoolio lehe, selle leiab siit

 

 

Bedroom styling with H&M Home

May 3, 2017

 

 

In my last post I promised to show you how I have used some of my favorite H&M Home products in my own home. So here are some photos of my bedroom with gorgeous natural beige linen bedding I had had on my wish list for months, but it was always sold out when I looked for it. It creates a beautiful tone on tone styling with a wall color we have in our bedroom. As you have maybe already noticed from my Instagram feed I really like the new speckled ceramics too and it even inspired me to frame one of my splatter ink drawings I did last year, which had been left in the bottom of the drawer for over a year.

 

Eelmises postituses lubasin ma näidata, kuidas olen kasutanud mõndasid oma lemmikasju H&M Home kollektsioonist oma kodus ja siin ongi mõned pildid mu magamistoast. Olin juba ammu tahtnud saada omale üht naturaalse linase tooni voodipesukomplekti, mis harmoneeruks uue seinavärviga ja looks toon-toonis efekti. Enamasti pole seda saada olnud, aga nüüd lõpuks sain! Lisaks meeldib mulle väga nende uuest kollektsioonist see pisikeste täpikestega keraamika, millest kasutasin selles stiliseeringus alustassi ja kausikest. Need täpikestega nõud inspireerisid mind raamima ära ühe mu tehtud “joonistuse”, mis oli juba üle aasta teenimatult sahtlipõhjas seisnud. 

 

 

And here is almost the same setting, but I added a pop of terracotta red with a velvet cushion cover from H&M Home new collection. Only a little change, but with a big impact! It also demonstrates how easy it is to change the look in a room which has decorated in neutral color scheme. Just add some colorful accessories and change them when you get tired of the look or have found a new favorite color you wish to add to your home.
 
Ja siin on peaaegu täpselt samasugune tuba, ainult selle vahega, et lisasin väheke värvi terrakota punase velvetist padjakattega (samuti H&M Home uuest kollektsioonist). Pisike muudatus, aga suur muutus! Samuti näitab see hästi, kui kerge on neutraalsetes toonides kujundatud ruumi muuta – lisa lihtsalt mõned värvilised aksessuaarid ning kui värvist tüdined on seda väga kerge mõne uue lemmikvärvi vastu vahetada.

 

Posted in collaboration with H&M Home.
 
 

H&M Home new Tartu store opening – part I

April 29, 2017

 

 

 


 
Today H&M opens it’s second store in my hometown Tartu with a new and bigger H&M Home department. Before the official opening I was asked to select my favorite pieces from their current collection and all these products are marked with a special label for one week starting from today. So if you are in Tartu go and visit the shop to see my favorites!

During the next week I will also show you some styled photos where I have used some of my favorite H&M Home pieces, so stay tuned :)

 

Täna avab Tartus uuenenud Lõunakeskuses uksed linna teine H&M pood ja minu suureks rõõmuks ka uus ja suurem H&M Home osakond. Ametliku avamise eel oli mul võimalus valida hetkel poes olevast kollektsioonist oma lemmikasjad ja need on nüüd terve nädala vältel Lõunakeskuse poes spetsiaalselt märgistatud. Seega kui oled Tartus, siis astu läbi ja vaata, millised asjad ma välja valisin! 

Järgmise nädala jooksul plaanin teha ka ühe postituse, milles näitan, kuidas ma mõningaid asju sellest valikust oma kodus kasutanud olen :)

 
 

Timeless elegance

April 19, 2017

 

 

I always admire elegant and stylish interiors that easily pass the test of time and the home of Swedish interior designer Louise Liljencrantz is one of those. Decorated in beautiful neutral shades and rich textures it looks classical and timeless.

 

// photos Erik Lefvander for Residence magazine, found via Nordic Design //

 

Naturally dyed Easter eggs

April 15, 2017

 


 

For this year’s snowy Easter I decided to make some warm toned eggs with natural dyes. As this was a real last minute project I used things I had in my kitchen, these eggs above are dyed with strong black coffee and with onion peels. It was easy with the coffee – brewed some really strong cups and after it was cooled to room temperature I added a tablespoon of vinegar and soaked boiled eggs there about three hours. As for onion peels I boiled them in water about an hour and then the same – vinegar, boiled eggs and some hours of waiting. Simple and all natural :)
 
 

Weekend mood in warm neutrals + some metal

March 31, 2017

moodboard with warm neutrals, beige, light brown and with metal touch

I’m more and more into warmer neutral tones lately and with snowy weather we had today it badly calls for a moodboard with warm feeling. So here it is, my favorite things lately in a color scheme of beige, cashmere and taupe with some black details to give contrast and with metallic touches in silver and steel to balances otherwise warm look.

Things on the moodboard:

Bedroom in warm tones via Alvhem

Menu Well watering can

Grown Alchemist hand cream

Frama St. Pauls Apothecary handlotion

Hay Soft Edge chair in oak

Daniel Wellington Classic Petite Sterling with black dial

Annike Laigo Naked Clay cups

 

PS. Don’t forget that you can use the code DECORDOTS15 to get 15% off from your order at Daniel Wellington (valid until April 15th).

Minimalist city maps by Grafomap

March 28, 2017

 


 

City map posters have been popular home decor pieces for some years now. Its minimalist design easily fits in different interior styles and adds some personality to a space as there’s usually a story behind the city chosen for the poster.

When Grafomap kindly offered me a poster of my choice I knew it would be a perfect gift for a friend moving away from Estonia very soon. I chose the map of Tallinn which is currently her hometown so that she can put it up on the wall of her new home in San Francisco as a sweet reminder of her hometown, family and friends there.
You can search your favorite places by the name of the city or even by aadress, there are basically unlimited choices for custom design of the poster.
 
 

Posted in collaboration with Grafomap.
 

 

Stockholm apartment in greys and warm wood

March 27, 2017

 

 

This beautiful apartment of photographer Emily Laye in Stockholm has peaceful color scheme of different greys combined with warm dark wood and lighter neutral shades like taupe and beige. Lovely styling by talented Josefin Hååg, shot by Emily Laye.

 

// photos via Per Jansson //

My latest interior project | Modern + vintage

March 24, 2017

 
Scandinavian apartment, modern mixed with vintage. Styling and photography Anu Tammiste

 

Today I’m happy to share with you one of my latest interior projects. It’s a small 42 sqm apartment in Tallinn, with high ceilings and large windows in a beautifully renovated house by Larsen Kinnisvara. Although small it feels airy and spacious thanks to high ceilings and large windows.

As the home owner already had some beautiful Scandinavian vintage pieces we decided to mix these with some new furniture to achieve modern look with a touch of midcentury feeling. Small spaces need some really good storage to be functional without feeling cluttered and therefore two large custom built-in wardrobes were planned for bedroom and entryway. Both of these cabinets and also bathroom furniture was custom made by Näpi Puit. The apartment has beautiful concrete ceilings which give the space character. To bring concrete also to the bathroom we chose concrete worktop with a sink custom made by Valukivi. Pale oak flooring and warm tones of vintage furniture pieces give the space some warmth. I found some really nice mustard yellow accessories from H&M Home which together with other monochrome details create welcoming feel to this little apartment.

This apartment will soon be available for rent, so if you need a small and nice place to stay in Tallinn, let me know :)

 

Styling and photography by me.

 

New sound absorbing cabinets by Norm Architects

March 22, 2017

 

 

Today a press kit from Norm Architects who is launching a new collection of sound absorbing cabinets for Zilenzio landed into my mailbox and I was instantly stunned by these beautiful photos taken in Kinfolk Gallery in Copenhagen. Tone cabinets have clean and minimalist look and they are designed to absorb certain frequencies of sound to make spaces acoustically pleasing. Stylish and practical way to tackle echo problems in homes and workspaces.

 

//Photography Enok Holsegaard, styling by Sofie Brünner //

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