Sunday, 11 January 2015

Calendar on the wall

As promised, I'm sharing today a few pictures of my 2015 Printable Calendar on my gallery wall.

You may recognize the Minimal Vases from a previous post on this blog. They were a Christmas present from my mother in law, and I love them!

photos by | life as a moodboard |

And in case you missed it here is the printable for the first three months.
(click here for the rest of the Calendar)
calendar by | life as a moodboard |

Thursday, 1 January 2015

Printable Calendar for 2015 | Happy New Year

Happy New Year everyone!

I have prepared for you a new home printable calendar for 2015. This year I chose to make a less minimalistic calendar because I'm going to need to keep track of all the appointments I'll have (and already do) related to the baby that is on his/her way. I divided the months into 4 separate posters that can be arranged and displayed in different ways on your wall. And I also associated to each month a photograph taken by me during 2014. I already printed my version and put it on the wall, and as soon as I have enough day light here (sigh...Scandinavian winters!) I'll share it with you.

I Hope your year has started in the best possible way and that it continues to be great and with happy little notes every single month.

free home printable calendar 2015 graphic design grey january february march
free home printable calendar 2015 graphic design grey april may june 
free home printable calendar 2015 graphic design grey july august septmeber
free home printable calendar 2015 graphic design grey october november december
photos and calendar graphics by | life as a moodboard |

Monday, 22 December 2014

Hello...Ho! Ho!

A photo from my Instagram with some of my DIY Christmas decorations.

- The Hello...Ho! Ho! print you can find below on this same post. 
- For the hanging stars all you need is black cardboard, a white thick thread and a star shaped cookie cuter. 
- The jar is actually a chocolate milk bottle covered with chalkboard paint (you can see the DIY here). 
- And I placed some string lights inside a metal plant pot for an unexpected effect. 

The decorations are all done, now I just need to do (a lot) of baking!
photography and print by | life as a moodboard |

Friday, 21 November 2014

Turn on the lights! | Styling for Autumn

It's true that during the Summer we get these wonderfully long days, here in Denmark, with lots of light from early morning until very late in the evening. But in the Autumn and Winter we get (suffer!) the exact opposite...

Now that the days are noticeably shorter I wanted to share with you this apartment from Fantastic Frank, beautifully styled to translate an Autumn Mood. The lights turned on on every room are necessary even during the day because it's very dark anyway, unless the sun decides to grace us with it's presence and that doesn't happen often. 

The various lamps give the rooms a warm colour and cosy - hyggeligt - atmosphere, that is absolutely fundamental to survive the Winter blues (it's that and chocolates). I only wished they had also used some candles because that would give it an even more Scandinavian feeling.
styling: Thomas Lingsell
photography: Emily Laye

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