Thursday, January 29, 2015
Taking time out today to get over a rather nasty weather-induced migraine, so posts will be delayed for a bit. In the meantime, have a lovely day and see you soon. xo
(photo via here)
Wednesday, January 28, 2015
Warm style for cold weather. Model Nova Malanova photographed by Billy Ballard for Stylist France, December 2014.
(via vogue loves me)
I've featured the fascinating Copenhagen space called The Apartment before, but it's well worth revisiting. Located in a lovely 1790 house and transformed and renewed every few months, it's both showroom and shop for interior designers Tina Seidenfaden Busck and Pernille Hornaver. So inspiring — and love the bright colour accents. More here on Rum Hemma.
(photography by stine heilmann)
Tuesday, January 27, 2015
An artist's beautiful home in Hanoi, Vietnam, effortlessly blends rustic Asian and Nordic influences — all according to the principles of feng-shui. Serene and lovely.
(photography by anders schønnemann. via mad and bolig by way of planete deco)
I'm really liking this 2009 resin and soot installation by Polish artist Olaf Brzeski, called 'Spontaneous Combustion'. Works on so many different levels — including a rather sly sense of humour. More about Olaf and his work here.
(via sweet station via here)
Monday, January 26, 2015
The elegant Berlin home of French-born Emmanuel de Bayser, co-owner of fashion and design boutique The Corner Berlin, shows how truly timeless classic mid century design is — these pieces will go on looking effortlessly great forever. More here at AD Spain.
(photography by manolo yllera)
Friday, January 23, 2015
Happy weekend! Hope it's a lovely one. More cold weather here, so brisk walks and hearty brunches are looking good right about now — how about you?
(photo by idha lindhag)
Björk and Birgir moved from Iceland to Copenhagen 17 years ago, but their love of their former homeland remains present in their surroundings, in elements such as raw stone, wood, white walls and organic shapes. Sculptures, paintings and rugs from travels further abroad make this an eclectic and very personal space, too. More here on Bolig Magasinet.
(photography by gyrithe lemche)
Thursday, January 22, 2015
Elegant glass vases, pretty greenery and subtle smoky tones to inspire your Thursday.
(photo by house doctor via purple area)
This week's links. Enjoy.
A Feng-Shui House
Check out the very calm and minimalist Copenhagen home of stylist Maluna Fabrin, designed according to the principles of feng-shui.
8 Recipes by Jacques Pépin, Inspired by the Strong Women in His Life
Watch Food and Wine's Chefs in Conversation video series, this one featuring chef Jacques Pépin talking about the amazing female chefs who raised him — plus 8 of his recipes inspired or influenced by them.
Winter Reading List: Books to Curl Up With by the Fire
Jamie Klingler, publishing manager at Stylist magazine and co-founder of the London Book Club picks her favourites for winter reading — a great mix of contemporary and classics.
The New Yorker Jigsaw Puzzle
While away an idle few minutes playing the New Yorker Jigsaw Puzzle, which converts one of the magazine's iconic covers into a jigsaw puzzle with three levels of difficulty.
Studio Tour With Rebecca Atwood
Interview and studio tour with Brooklyn textile designer Rebecca Atwood, who's putting her own artistic spin on traditional dyeing and printing techniques.
Olive and Rosemary Bread
Fresh bread and homemade soup are a perfect meal on cold winter days — this aromatic bread is not only easy to make but will scent your home deliciously, too.
(photo by alexandre guirkinger via the new york times)
Wednesday, January 21, 2015
Space age glam, with the most incredible silver jacket. Love. McQ Alexander McQueen Spring 2015 Ready-to-Wear.
(via vogue loves me)
After living in London and in Tokyo, the owners of this lovely 19th century Madrid apartment have happily settled here, surrounding themselves with a harmonious collection of European design and Japanese art and crafts. Wonderful. More here at Architectural Digest Spain.
(photography by maría primo de rivera)