Came across these pictures on danish artist Tenka Gammelgaard blog of her apartment/atelier. Taken by photographer Idha Lindhag for Casa Vogue Brasil. I like her faithfulness for black/white and stripes. Inspiring inspiration images on her blog and tumblr.
Found this today. Love the delicacy of Studio Vit´s marble lamps.
I like Hay for the wide range of products they have. Worth going to their shop in Copenhaguen.
“Made with Love in Ohio. Each product is made by hand. Our workshop usually contains cups of tea, laughing children, and disco music, so each product will come to you infused with love and bliss!” That is how this small company in Ohio describe their products. As I said I was going to go for less plastic with my second baby, these teethers are perfect. Little Alouette
This is currently on my wishlist, Aesop. An Australian made brand (they apparently are very popular in Japan, which I see as a good sign). There are so many good things about them that go beyond beautiful bottles, that I would love to display in the bathroom. I´m fearfully wanting to get to a shop asap, but will probably leave with more than I initially came for, which is not a bad thing…
After a traditional processing of the leather in Midwestern USA, Kenton Sorenson´s craftmanship takes over to create beautiful, served to last, pieces. Slowly they add new pieces to their collection, but one can feel a carefully thought thru, simple design. I like this leather, as it with time will develop character. Visit the website, and maybe buy something on the online shop!
Iris Hantverk is a 100 year-old swedish company that creates brushes from kitchen to bathroom, each brush unique as it is made by hand by visually impared craftsmen. Like they put it “Beautiful, functional and much coveted brushes which also help make everyday life that little brighter.”
Thinking in white, is a Spanish company I encountered on our last trip to Barcelona, in a very recommendable design cult shop called Vinçon www.vincon.com. They designed a puff called 03 am, that we fell in love with a want now for the living room. Check out their video here about the concept behind the idea, as they got inspired by bakers wheat sacks, and how they would rest on them.