Last weekend when I was on a work trip in Copenhagen, I had a few hours off on saturday to walk around in that beautiful city. Lucky me, my favorite store/gallery Oliver Gustav was open, and with Oliver´s permission I could take a few pictures in there. This is the first time I blog with my mobile images and that is probably nothing I intend to continue with, but hope you will be as inspired by the interiors as I was.
Set on a monochrome backdrop, Gustav’s space uses light and shadow, highlighting is attention to surface and scale.
“I am kind of frightened of colours,” says Gustav of the space, “I think it comes from the fact that I really like environments to be peaceful—I don’t like objects that attract too much attention.”
Last Friday I visited Therese Sennerholt in her office (for some chatter and coffee) that is in the famous Delight studios. But the day became instead a fun and creative photo day where we took amazing pictures of both of us. Therese brought the white balloons and I took my camera with me. Here is the first part of the images that we photographed in Delight studios where "all the magic happens". /Big thanks to Delight Studios.
Today´s monday snapshots is about making your own christmas decor. Last year my decorations looked like this, but this year I started twisting round circels of brass and copper wire and folding geometric shapes after I saw these cute templateshere.
Today´s monday snapshots will be some of my pictures from Stockholm Formex interior fair. This year's fair favorites became the stylish and uncluttered work of Kristina Stark and Danish Menu, which had a brilliant collection and the best looking booth! I loved also to visit young designers that are always my favorites with their new thinking and courage that I usually miss at established interior brands.
Monday snapshots are back! I always enjoy reading articles and see pictures from different type of manufacturing processes. So today I´ll show few pictures from the process of how my products are made. From moodboard on my wall to a finished product to the customer. You can also read more of my thoughts about design and creativity at eget rom blog that belongs to the former chief editor of Elle decoration Norway, Helle Tjaberg. The interview is in Norwegian and Swedish and you can read the articlehere.