Some midweek inspiration found in a home that Eva Lilja Löwenhielm and Fantastic Frank teamed together to style. What grabbed my attention was the soft pink tones mixed with brown and grey, which is currently my favourite tone. I have noticed more and more pink coming into my home recently, through prints and a cushion that I brought back from Copenhagen.
Images found via Emma with thanks.
I am very excited to show you something that I was working on a few months back with BangBang Copenhagen. If you aren’t familiar with the brand, its created by two talented Danish designers Louise Lundholm and Mia Risager, their quirky kids brand create unique Scandinavian kidswear, which is playful and creative. Oliver and Sebastian have a few pieces and I love the fun side of each piece of their items.
I was lucky to style and photograph their Autumn/Winter cushions, which are gorgeous. I like that they are versatile, in the way that they could be used in a kids room or be brought in the living room or bedroom and not look out of place. They also got the approval of my boys, who very kindly (ok they were slightly bribed) let me photograph them. It just isn’t fun being behind the camera when you can have a pillow fight with them!
The collection of BangBang Copenhagen can be found here and here for the UK.
1. Weekday Carnivals mood boards created by little clip boards which can be found in Granit. One of my favourite shops when we visited Stockholm, I could have packed the whole shop in my suit case.
2. Some styling shots for Jennifer’s shop, J.levau. I really do love all of her work and Jennifer’s shop is a must to stop by and have a look. Some great stuff for Christmas.
3. Everyone went crazy for the Isabel Marant collection for H&M on Thursday, I managed to slip in and have a look whilst working. Sadly, I missed out on the wool cardigan but managed to get a pair of the kids sneakers. However, If I am be honest after seeing the collection in person nothing really grabbed my attention.
4. And finally this little plant in a copper pot from the home of Swedish photographer Sarah Landstedt. Does anybody know the name of the plant? The delicate nature of it is just beautiful.