I have never felt this way about a table before. I am in complete lust! Head over heels, this is the coffee table of my dreams.
What do you get when you mash up Aladdin with Swedish simplicity? Oyyo. It’s a wonderful new design studio run by two cute Swedes who aspire to releasing only a couple of new textile products per year. Their first collection is a magic carpet ride; six original dhurries handwoven by a little community of craftspeople near Jodhpur, India’s Blue City.
(Via Miss Moss.)
Oh boy oh boy. I don’t think I’ve ever had such an impossible crush on an interior designer before. It’s no surprise to anyone who knows my love for all things Scandinavian, but, of course, Joanna is from Helsinki. Her interiors are just the most incredibly stylish minimalist havens, and I am smitten beyond belief.
This is one of my favourites – her design for Bar & Co, a restaurant in Helsinki. I love the dark green walls, those beautiful candles holders, and all that dark wood.
How do I love thee, Father Rabbit? Oh, let me count the ways.
I love your Scandinavian simplicity, although you actually hail from the land of the long white cloud. This is really very apt, because looking through your wonderful Tumblr album, full of beautifully-styled products perfectly placed around your very lovely home, makes me feel like I’ve just been dancing on a big soft cloud! I suddenly have the urge to paint all my walls white and invest only in neutral homewares. And one last thing before I go – the designer in me loves that when perusing through your online shop, you can browse by room. (My particular favourite is the linen cupboard.)
Oh yes, this is one intense crush indeed.
Don’t these containers look so happy and eager to see you? They remind me of little puppies, craning their necks up to get a better look at you. Getting your rice or pasta out of them of a night-time would be such a pleasure.
Quite a different style to the last home I was obsessing over! I love how Harper throws patterns together – she works with the most incredible textiles as owner of Proud Mary, and she has such a great eye. I have such romantic ideas about Charleston too, those old-fashioned ideals and rambling big houses … Hopefully I’ll get to visit one day.
Via the wonderful Freunde Von Freunden, my go-to spot for spying on the most amazing homes.
I spent far too long looking over this sneak peek into Julie Pointer’s beautiful Portland home. I just couldn’t get enough. Julie works on Kinfolk, and the wonderful Laura Dart, a regular contributor to the magazine, is the one behind these dreamy interior photographs. The reason I love this space so much is that it feels not just like a house, but a home.
Every object, piece of furniture, and bit of art has a story to it, and it makes my house feel full of the people that are part of those stories, and the places I’ve been in my past, even when I’m home alone.
It’s just like the plastic toy capsules of vending machines! Fit whatever you like into the little hanging balls for a truly personal chandelier.
Via The Coolhunter.