Wednesday, November 02, 2011
This delicately lovely photo reminds me of the muted light of November afternoons — the pause between the golden splendor of autumn and the stark beauty of winter. More from the same shoot here.
(model kori richardson photographed by marcus ohlsson for velvet, november 2011. via fashion gone rogue)
When a 1937 former missionary church in Borås, Sweden came up for sale, Malin and Anders jumped at the chance to relocate home after living in a cramped two-room apartment in central London. The 200-square-foot mission house needed a lot of work, but it had its original wooden floors, pulpit and pews and most of all the beautiful high windows. They moved in immediately, living in the basement and spending the next two years renovating, having their son Viggo along the way. Now they enjoy the fruits of their hard work, happily living in their heavenly home. From here on Sköna hem.
(photography by patrik hagborg)