2015/10/28

Cool stuff by The Oak Men


It is always something about Danish design and me. Maybe I have some Danish genes or have been Danish in a former life, but anytime I turn around some pot or whatever it might be in the stores, it says it is from Denmark. Spooky. So also here. I like the pure design of these details. Straight shapes without any ornaments or patterns, playful ideas, and wooden material as in our Scandinavian woods. All these things are designed by the Danish guys that form The Oak Men (you see the guys in the catalogue picture above as well. PS. I doubt they are for sale).

My absolute favourites are the big noticeboard (I blogged about it also here), cute ghosts, wooden trees, angels and mortar. How cool aren't they?


2015/10/26

Bridget Bodenham ceramics

 
I stumbled across some really beautiful ceramics made by the Australian-based ceramist Bridget Bodenham. I really liked the cute teapot with black dots and all other cool ceramics with graphic pattern. Wow, I got that growing feeling that maybe you should try out that ceramics course some day after all...
 
 
Pictures 1 Pinterest | 2 - 4 via Design files | 5 Bridget Bodenham

2015/10/25

October mood board



My therapy today. This mood board with beautiful things.

2015/10/17

Christmas decorations by LE KLINT



I have tried to not show any Christmas pictures yet, but now I make a small exception. The white hearts by Isa Dawn Whyte Jensen for LE KLINT, which I wrote about last year here, are now coming in the new colours silver, pink and copper. Also the white origami stars are new for this year and designed by Tine Mouritsen.

A good thing with these decorations is that they are part of the Love & Light project, which brings light to those needed. Part of the income is for charitable purposes.
 
Pictures | LE KLINT
 

2015/10/07

Beautiful home tour in Sweden


The most beautiful home by Ellen Dixdotter, Marketing Director at Filippa K.
 
I like the cosy style. The picture wall, kitchen chairs and floor lamp.
 
If you want to see the whole home and read the small talk with Ellen, visit The way we play here.
 
 
Photo via The way we play | Linda Alfvegren - Agent Bauer
 

2015/10/01