It’s not usual for me to read a magazine from cover to cover, but I have almost done that with my new My Residence bookazine. It’s loaded with beautiful and inspiring photos of Swedish interiors and architecture presented by Residence Magazine throughout the year. Really nice companion for coffee breaks. The only bad thing is that as its an annual publication we need to wait another year before a new copy is released.
Today I wanted to share with you some gorgeous photos of Dry Creative Projects studio space from Mikael Axelsson’s portfolio I stumbled across via Pinterest. Dry Creative Projects is a Stockholm based design studio focusing on graphic design, product design and packaging of ideas. They also run a webshop with an exquisite mix of great prints and carefully selected handmade stuff under the name Dry Things.
Love the moody colour palette of these photos and all the amazing details!
It seems that you can find Le Sac en Papier paper bag in almost every Scandinavian style home office. No wonder, it’s both beautiful and has also practical value. If you don’t have it yet, you have a chance to win it (together with 2 gorgeous Mathilda Clahr leather strap hangers!) via my birthday giveaway here on the blog and also in Instagram! While there are many shops selling it in Europe, the good news to everybody living in other side of the world is that my lovely sponsor Norsu will be the first Australian retailer to sell the popular Le Sac en Papier paper bags!
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