29 May 2011

Home of an architect

Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen from NORM Architects renovated this old house for him and his family a few years back. It is located in Vedbæk just outside Copenhagen. Bjerre-Poulsen wanted to create a lot of open space and let the light in, but also to keep the design clean and simple, so that there's a certain calmness at home.

Photos by Rishi Sæther via Vårt Nya Hem

Danish ceramics

I spent this week in Copenhagen, wandering the streets, visiting parks, castles, shops and restaurants. What a wonderful city it is! While there, it was impossible to miss all these beautiful ceramics which could be found in many shops, but also in restaurants. My favorites were Ditte Fischer and Uh La La Ceramics, of which the first mentioned is more widely known.

Ditte Fischer milk jug 

Ditte Fischer vases

Uh La La bonbonnière

22 May 2011

A home in Copenhagen

I have a feeling that most of the beautiful homes are located in Copenhagen... Like this one. There's just something about Danish design.

Photos by Morten Holtum via Boligmagasinet

Iittala Vitriini

I've been admiring the Vitriini cabinets by Iittala ever since they first came out. Now I got one as a birthday present, and it makes me so happy!

"Anu Penttinen has designed a true mix and match collection of glass, wood and aluminium pieces. Given the Finnish name “Vitriini” for glass display cabinets, exhibit your mood, personality or whatever else your heart desires. They are the perfect playthings to create a system that is your own." 

Via Iittala.

19 May 2011

The home of an illustrator

This is the home where illustrator Vesa Sammalisto, his wife Riikka and their daughter live. They were looking for an apartment in Helsinki three years ago, but it proved to be difficult to find one that would meet their criteria. When this one came up, they immediately snapped it up. They have renovated it completely and decorated with care. Love it!

Via Design*Sponge with thanks!

18 May 2011

17 May 2011

Bedroom love

Some inspiration for the bedroom. I'm totally in love with all of these pictures, the first one may be my all time bedroom-favorite..!

Via Lonny Magazine
Via Dwell
Photo by Alexander Crispin

7 May 2011

Inspiration for the weekend

There's something about this small apartment located in Malmö, Sweden. Photos via Bolaget.

For sale here

6 May 2011

Concrete floors and grey tones

Coby and Roelof Boermas bought this 19th century Dutch house (and farm) in 2007, when it had been uninhabited for five years. They made a complete renovation, starting with the concrete floors, and after that the rest found its place piece by piece. White, different tones of grey, raw wood - what a match!

(found via emmas)

Photos by Morten Holtum via Sköna Hem

Hiroshima by Naoto Fukasawa

I just adore furniture designed by Naoto Fukasawa. This is the Hiroshima series created for Maruni Wood Industries. The wood looks perfect!

27 April 2011


Latva is a coat rack designed by Finnish Mikko Laakkonen. You can either leave your belongings on its branches or use it as a space divider; when left empty it looks like a sculpture. Latva is available in black, white and green.

Heidi Lerkenfeldt photography

Some absolutely stunning photos from Danish Heidi Lerkenfeldt