Friday, 19 September 2014

Dot Hanger | design crush

A quick design crush post, while I try to find my bearings again. 
(organizing photos, reading and replying to 3 weeks worth of e-mails, getting up to date with all the blogs I follow, preparing new posts, planing some tweaks on my blog, preparing my home and wardrobe for Autumn... wait, did I really just had a vacation?)

The Dot Hanger, designed by Afteroom for MENU.
Graphic minimalism for your walls! 
images via: Afteroom

Thursday, 18 September 2014

Back Home

Hello everyone! 
I'm back home from a mentally relaxing and physically exhausting cruise in the Adriatic and Mediterranean. We had a great time, but now it's "back to work".

Before I went away I posted a photo of an origami paper boat... and by a funny coincidence I came across this sculpture in one of our stopping ports - Valletta, Malta. 
Isn't it cute? It seemed fitting to share it with you on my return. 
photography by | life as a moodboard |

I'm hoping you all had a nice vacation and gathered enough energy (my energy is accumulated around my waste!) for the cold seasons that are coming. 

Tuesday, 26 August 2014

Vacation | white paper boat

I'm going on vacation! 
And it's about time... Autumn is actually hitting Denmark already!

We're going on a wonderful (hopefully) cruise in the Mediterranean so I won't be posting again until the middle of September. But I leave you with this origami boat which is a little taste of some DIY projects I've been planning for my blog when I'm back. See you all soon!
paper boat origami white
photography by | life as a moodboard |

Saturday, 23 August 2014

New Old Light | design crush

For today's design crush I want to show you the New Old Light by KIMU design studio.
A table lamp made of wood, metal and paper, inspired by the traditional Chinese paper lanterns.
A bit of industrial style with a soft and poetic touch. Loving it!
images via: KIMU design

Thursday, 21 August 2014

Two | Fantastic | Spaces

Today I'm drawing inspiration from the Swedish real estate web site (or should I say institution by now?) Fantastic Frank...again!

Both spaces are uncluttered and bright, with gorgeous white floors...very Scandinavian like.

I can see myself spending hours on that reading corner, beautifully styled in black and white, surrounded by wall art and my favourite magazines.

And the kitchen looks amazing with those white subway tiles all the way to the ceiling.
styling: Thomas Lingsell  
photography: Martin Wichardt

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