Eco Wallpaper

Yes! I admit it! I´m guilty of loving the color white! Images from Eco Wallpaper, a Swedish wallpaper company which produces some really cool wallpapers. 

Family home in Italy

This stunning family home is located in Lucca, Italy, the birthplace of the famous composer Puccini (La Bohéme and Madame Butterfly). White being my favorite color, I love this mix of different hues of white in combination with light gray. Found via The Style files

Tine K Summer catalogue

I´ve talked about Tine K before here. These images are from her 2010 Summer catalogue. Enjoy and visit her website for more inspirational images.


To be in the doghouse is not so bad after all

We all know that some dog owners tend to go completely OTT (over the top) when it comes to pampering their furry friends. Here are some (b)arcitectural examples of the kind of lengths some dog owners go in the pursuit of the perfect dog house for their pet. 

The perfect home for the modern dog who loves the minimalist take on things.

Now, if your the kind of dog who likes to be out and about, exploring the world, then this caravan is perfect for you. 

The cutest little country cottage for your canine friend. 


Gorgeous guesthouse in Tunisia

Italian painter and sculptor Paolo Perrelli runs a small guesthouse from his home in the charming, picturesque town of Kelibia in Tunisa. I love the mixture of clean, white minimalistic look, Paolo´s sculptures and the North African elements. 



Norm is a Danish multidisciplinary design studio where the focus is on architecture, interiors and industrial design. The company´s prime goal is to create well designed products and timeless architecture.


Ditte Isager

Images from Danish photographer Ditte Isager. Living in New York for the last 4 years or so, Ditte photographs interiors, personalities, lifestyle, food and travel and her stunning photographs appear regularly in magazines such as Elle Decoration. Love her work. 


Getting married this summer?

Then 100 Layer Cake is the place for you. Jillian, Amanda and Kristina, who are behind 100 Layer Cake, have both personal and professional experience of planning for the big day and their blog is packed with brilliant ideas, covering just about ANYTHING to do with weddings. From wedding invitations, which music to play, ideas for decorations, themes, dresses (no meringue in sight), bouquets, etc. etc. you´ll find it on this brilliant blog plus loads of easy and inexpensive DIY tips on decorations for the big day, shown step-by-step.


The color orange

Although my favorite color combinations tend to veer towards neutral color palette and different shades of whites and grays for instance, I DO love color and orange is one color I adore. Orange, by the way, goes extremely well with whites and grays as you can see in these photos, styled by Swedish stylist Sofie Lawett.

A look I love

The combination of sturdy wood and/or driftwood, lime painting in beautiful hues of whites and grays, natural fabrics like cotton and linen, the mixture of old furnitures marked by history with new furnitures....this is a sure recipe for a look and feel which I always fall for.

Here, the beams in the ceiling, the walls AND the floor have been lime painted.

Bringing elements from nature, like tree branches or large block of wood indoors, is something I always love to see and do incorporate into my own home.

Beautiful combination. The black color of the cabinet against the heavy, dark lime paint on the wall. The ornate candle holder is not bad, either;-)

Bibi coat hanger

Asdis Jorundsdottir is one of the promising, young talents to graduate from the Iceland Academy of Arts this year. Asdis majored in Product design and the coat hanger Bibi (Birdy) is one of her works. The coat hanger moves gently as overcoats are put on or taken off.


Lovely images from Whiting Architects

Driftwood or weather beaten wood, like the one used as a bench in the picture on the left, is a feature I always fall for. A look I would probably go for if I had a summer cottage of my own.

Lovely bench, perfect for snuggling up with a good book. Also something I can visualize for my summer cottage (which I unfortunately don´t have...yet)

Great solution for this attic space.

Love massive beams like the ones in this rather minimalistic looking attic room.


The Selby

There are probably millions of websites and blogs on design+lifestyle floating about in cyperspace these days and each and everyday, someone, somewhere around the world will start a new one. Most of them are similar in style, but for me, one in particular, stands out for its originality in layout and presentation, photography and the kind of people and places it portraits.
Todd Selby is a self-taught portrait, interiors, and fashion photographer and illustrator, who´s behind The Selby, a website, visited by thousands of people everyday.
Todd, who lives in New York, travels all over the world to photograph people and their homes and sometimes workspace. The subjects are often creative types, their homes colorful, eclectic, chaotic and messy in the most positive way, photographed before the housekeeper has had a change to tidy the place up before the photographer arrived;-)
Todd also manages to photograph the owners in a very unique, humorous and personal way. A visit to The Selby is a must.

Nicky Bidder and Anton Aunders playing with their cats in their London home.

French designer Philippe Starck and his wife, Yesmine at home.

Detail shot from Philippe´s and Yesmine´s home.

Sean Macpherson, hotelier, photographed at his home in New York.