31.10.14

Studio Esinam



The newest prints from Gothenburg creatives Sebastian & Josefine of Studio Esinam.

"In the Landmarks series we pay honor to buildings and monuments that have become synonymous with places, neighborhoods and cities as whole. What fascinates us about these buildings is that their symbolic values have become so much greater than the value of their actual function and aesthetics as such. As if it’s no longer the building we see when looking at them but the stories that surrounds them."

Find their entire collection here.

30.10.14

bold and straight



New print in the house. It has a really nice matte finish but I wanted to frame it to keep it protected a bit but it leaves quite a bit of glare.
Still, I like the blocked shapes.

Print | Therese Sennerholt

29.10.14

color inspiration



Photographed by Marcus Lawett | styling by Sofie Lawett & Caroline Richter

MIOU




We love knits, I've mentioned this in the past when I was pregnant with Elin. They're incredibly soft and sweet and feel somehow authentic. I was able to see some accessories from MIOU kids up close and little E has already gotten some good wear out of each piece.

Read more about their collection of organic, european-inspired children's clothing and use an exclusive 15% off discount with code AMERRYMISHAP here!
Discount offer is good until November 30th.


28.10.14

add black



Days are colder and the nights are longer but I'm really enjoying this. Autumn is a welcomed season by me and I'm also embracing darker interiors. They're moody, peaceful, dramatic and very striking.
This black bathroom and corridor with black floors fit my mood perfectly.

24.10.14

for the kids




Some things I'm dreaming of for my two kids.

Buclo play modules, stars anorak for my son, Bonton bonnet for Elin, Arne Jacobsen child's chair, striped snake toy, BC swan rug, a grey duvet, and a perfect little hamoc.

23.10.14

a new candle



I have loved & Other Stories since I first saw their new store online. A few weeks later I visited their Copenhagen & Stockholm stores during their grand openings. Their displays and fixtures alone were inspiring but their carefully selected product line was even more beautiful. Bottles of lotions, tables of powder, and jars of body scrubs filled an entire room. I felt like a kid in a candy store.
Finally (or what seems like finally) they have opened their first US store in NY and I grabbed myself one of their new candles in a matte porcelain jar. Actually it's burning on my desk right now & smells so fresh, soon I'm going to need more!

20.10.14

shapely




Anna Lerinder
's ceramic still life, HAY's new Pivot shelf and w132 lamps from Nendo all in matte, earthy tones.
New week, new inspiration!

18.10.14

IV



Recently I've been on an unstoppable mission to find the perfect sculptural ceramic pottery. I think I may have found a couple pieces I like including these created by Ida Vikfors & Alexandra Nilasdotter.

Found, with thanks, via Elin Kickén.

16.10.14

airy table


Tables are almost becoming like chairs for me, it's hard to have too many. Just when you get really excited about a new table another comes out seemingly better than the last. I tend to look for something I think can be a classic and keep up as micro trends change. Even though thin lines and silhouette are just so "now", call me crazy but I think this is a design that can last a more substantial time.

Airy is designed by Cecilie Manz for Muuto (whose new catalogue is out) and photographed by Petra Bindel, Airy comes in several colors as well as a half size and full coffee table size.

15.10.14

janinge



Nice styling of Ikea's new chair.
"...JANINGE is a chair made ​​to last long. They are durable, even for the eye." Jonas Pettersson of Form Us With Love

running late with the new

Nice collection for & Other Stories with Lykke Li.


On the rock glassware by Lee Broom.

Nuvola sofa, new at Artilleriet.

Søren Rose Studio's Tribeca collection for Menu, really great shapely brass fixtures.


Work for Herman Miller by Lotta Agaton.

9.10.14

a cozy reading nook





I'm happy to share with you another project I finished in collaboration with Target, all about getting your home ready for Fall with a modern farmhouse look.
I really wanted to keep the colors in monochrome neutrals like warm taupes, grey, ivory and brass metallic accents. Stacks of books keep it feeling organic and less rigid than housed in a bookcase and also add shape. The stacks also allow for a reading lamp, candle holder and smaller accessories.

This warm round table has a slight worn look and definitely feels like Fall to me. A pale wooden apple figure, gold edged vase, a large moss knit blanket and rope basket to hold loose papers or notes, create a highly textured space that feels easy and inviting.



This post is sponsored by Target. Shop Home Décor for modern luxury made easy.

8.10.14

our new bedroom




It's been a month since we moved from our home. I have mixed emotions about the move, it's a step towards some of our dreams but it's also leaving a level of comfort that we created for ourselves. I miss the new kitchen, our white floors, the open layout but it's good to keep looking forward.
The great thing about a move though is you get to purge, purge, purge! It feels so good to get rid of extra things and keep only what we really use and love. Even with fewer things it's taken this month to fully unpack and if I'm being really honest, there are still 4 boxes of books sitting behind me waiting to be unpacked!

Our new (temporary) bedroom is tiny but I don't mind it too much. Since Elin is sleeping in our room I have our bed/crib against the wall, which is the only way to fit them in while not feeling suffocated. It's just a bit funny to me though, the last time my bed was in a corner like this I was a teenager and loathed making my bed.

Some of my favorites things are this wooden coat hanger from Christina Liljenberg Halstrøm, deep blue linen blanket, Muuto Visu chair that doubles as a side table and a stack of my favorite Danish interior magazine Rum.

need






Fall weather has finally shown up and the best part of Autumn are the clothes! Obviously. Nothing looks better or feels better to wear than draped, generous layers in new materials. I fully embrace jeans & jacket weather so this really is the time of year I anticipate the most. Summer is alright but give me sweater weather and I'm a happy girl!
The new things from this lookbook and these Studio Nicholson coats , cropped trousers, and this perfect short sleeved jacket are all so perfectly minimal and refined. Can I say I want them all? Looks like I just did.
 

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