Love everything about these photos styled by Gitte Christensen and captured by Pia Winther. Light, colours, mood, styling – everything is perfect! And of course this good looking Hario V60 ceramic coffee dripper with glass coffee server and stylish Hario Buono kettle currently seen on so many interior and lifestyle photos (and no wonder, it does look pretty!).
Now take some time and enjoy your slow coffee moment… :)
This is a Sato new built apartment in Helsinki, styled by Susanna Vento together with Pinja Forsman ja Carolinavd. After seeing the glimpses of this apartment via Susanna’s Instagram feed I was looking forward to see the final result and I didn’t have to disappoint! Susanna’s minimal and warm style shines through in every room. She has selected some really nice designer furniture pieces and accessories for this project. To track them down there is a complete list on her website, but as I really loved putting together the ‘get the look’ collage for yesterday’s post, I selected some of my favorite pieces also from this apartment.
This apartment has been seen here and there in the recent days, but since I like how light and soft the combination of white, wood, neutrals and soft pastels feels, I had to share it also. To add something new to it I created a little get-the-look list too.
Last week I was happy to receive a new print A Rose Is A Rose Is A Rose from One Must Dash. I put my eye on this print as soon as it was launched because I really love it’s minimal and delicate look. Right now it found a place in my bedroom, although it fits really well also onto my living room wall – I think it will be shifting from one place to another depending on my mood.
One Must Dash is a collaboration of two Swedish girls creating interior accessories that celebrate the quirky moments of everyday life. I think that many of you are already familiar with their gorgeous collection (including such iconic prints as Small Talk and The Only Way Is Up), but those of you who are new to this brand I definitely recommend to have a look at their selection here.
Posted in collaboration with One Must Dash. Styling and photos by me.
I have written about my love for String shelving system before, but I think that it’s a topic where you can’t have inspiration overdose as these shelves are really highly customisable and can be used in so many different ways.
I’m really happy with my little String shelf in the living room and sometimes play with the idea of adding some units to it. Unfortunately we don’t have enough spare room in our living room… But those of you who have and who have been dreaming about these shelves there is a good news from Finnish Design Shop: they offer -15% discount from all white String system units until 14 March! Quite tempting, isn’t it? :)
I’m sure most of you have already plans of how to surprise your loved one tomorrow, but in case you are still in search for a perfect gift, here are some of my favourites from which you can get maybe some ideas. Just a note that I’m not on an opinion that Valentine’s Day calls definitely for a material gift – no, not at all! The best gifts are quality time spent together and something self-made :)
Here’s my selection of things that should make every design lover’s heart sing on Valentine’s Day:
Love this perfect mix of industrial style and vintage items in the home of German photographer Petra Reger seen on Vosgesparis today. Calm monochrome colour palette with an addition of some neutrals and wood binds everything together so well. Again a good example of a colourless home feeling so cozy and personal.
Hop over here to read more about this home together with some resources where something is from.
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