Friday, 18 September 2015

Kitchen Crush | White on White

This kitchen is in a house in Milan but it could be Scandinavian. The family knocked down some walls to get a kitchen "allrum" (family room), a concept which is very popular up here in Scandinavia. Also very Scandinavian is the use of white, lots and lots of white, that grant a relaxed and bright atmosphere to the whole space. And notice the great mix of clean modern lines, furniture that looks a bit more traditional and an industrial touch with the Tolix chairs.

Yup, I definitely have a kitchen crush on this one!
photography: Morten Holtum
via: Bo Bedre Norway

Sunday, 13 September 2015

Mood On The Wall | Wire Frameworks

I've been seeing on Pinterest many examples of these 'upcycled' wire frameworks that serve to create beautiful moodboards or/and to hang all sorts of stuff one may need in a work space, kitchen, bedroom...wherever. I chose a few of my favourites to share with you today and give you an idea of what can be achieved with a bit of creativity. 
 photography: Bianca Wippe from  (my) unfinished home
styling and photography: Pella Hedeby
for: Hitta Hem
styling and photography: Pella Hedeby from Still Inspiration
photography: Johanna Eklöf from Formelle Design
photography: Mette from Homesick

They are cheap and easy to make...if you can get the wire frame to start with. It's only a matter of cleaning it, painting it, hanging it on a wall and let your imagination dictate the rest. But for those of you who may not be able to get your hands on one of these things for free, or if you just aren't a DIY kind of person, you may be happy to know that you can get the BARSÖ trellis on IKEA that can be used for the same purpose (and with no fuss) and look just as nice as you can see by the photo below styled by Pella Hedeby for IKEA livethemma.
BARSÖ trellis from IKEA
styling: Pella Hedeby
photography: Kristofer Johnsson 

Wednesday, 2 September 2015

Why I've Been Away + Baby Wall

Exactly 3 months ago, I went through the most horrible and traumatizing experience with the best and most wonderful result - I became a mother for the first time (and probably last, at least while I remember the process). My brain has been mushy, most of the days are just a blurry memory, I've been in a huge amount of pain, sleep deprived and my house is chaotic (at any given time we have about 10 cloth diapers spread strategically place around the house).

I couldn't trust myself to have a coherent thought let alone write a coherent post.

But a few days ago things started to get better. My son, has been sleeping seven straight hours a night, which contributed immensely to mine and my husband's sanity. And I recovered from most of the crap - apologies for the language - that afflicted me after the birth (if I believed in such things I would swear I'd been cursed).

 So I wanted to make this post, to let all my readers now that I intend to come back and hopefully restart sharing regularly some inspiring images, beautiful interiors and delicious recipes. At least as much as my little Viking allows me to.

And since I'm here, I leave you some photos of the gallery wall I'm building for him. He sleeps facing the wall so I try to put up some images to catch his attention, including the lyrics of his favourite lullaby - the baby likes words, and it helps me and my husband because we're too old to memorize it!

photography by | life as a moodboard |

Monday, 20 April 2015

| Spring Feelings | Scandinavian Interiors

A very small but very sweet and feminine apartment, from Fantastic Frank.
The brightness of the white, the soft pastel tones and lots of plants spread around give it that extra touch of Spring Mood.
all images via Fantastic Frank

Tuesday, 14 April 2015

| Spring on the Wall |

I've been wanting to show you these pictures for over a month now. Unfortunately, for the last three weeks I haven't been able to use my right arm (I'm still not supposed to, but I'm cheating a little bit...shhh!) because I managed to get a shoulder bursitis. Normally this would be fairly easy to fix, but because I'm pregnant I can't get proper medication, and all I can do is not move my arm and wait. I'm writing this post (slowly) with my left hand only, but I still need to be careful to avoid getting carpal syndrome and then not being able to move any of my arms...sigh. 

I tell you, I've been bored out of my mind!

Anyway, this was me having a bit of fun with some sweet little flowers - snow drops - that normally mark the ending (or the beginning of the end) of winter. I just stepped outside, picked up a few and decided to stick them upside down (with little bits of adhesive mass), on an empty photo frame, and hang it on the wall.

A little bit of freshness and Spring indoors. I Hope you like the idea.
photography by | life as a moodboard |

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