With best wishes for a very merry Christmas


Creative Christmas ideas

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Aurora Islandica

AURORA ISLANDICA - a Northern Lights Timelapse from Agust Ingvarsson on Vimeo.

I see stars

There are few decorative pieces I find particularly pretty and fitting for Christmas and stars of all shapes and sizes happen to be among them. I particularly love paper stars. Here are few examples of how to decorate with stars.

 Via Emma
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DIY paper art

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Story North

Story North is a brand new web-shop run by my blog friend Samantha. Samantha is half-Icelandic but living in England where she works as a interior designer, that is when she´s not busy with Story North or posting some fabulous images on her blog, Love Nordic.  Samantha and I share VERY similar tastes and I practically crave every single item she has picked for Story North. Quite a lot of the products come from Scandinavia and few also from Iceland, from top designers Ingibjorg Hanna and Bility among others. I´m looking forward to see more design from Iceland on Story North.

Pia Wallen
Icelandic sheepskin cushion, by nord
Greenlandic boy cushion, by nord

Ingibjorg Hanna
DSR by Vitra


Parisian duplex loft

An old print shop in the 20th arrondissement of Paris was transformed into this beautiful apartment by the French interior designer Roxane Beis

Images via Trendland

Artist´s apartment in Stockholm

Artist and illustrator Mats Gustafson is the owner of this stunning apartment in Stockholm´s Södermalm area.
The vases on top of the tiled fireplace are the work of Modernist ceramists Axel Salto and Berndt Friberg among others. 
In the foyer, a light by Isamu Noguchi hangs above 19th-century furnitures. 
The painting on the wall above the bench is the work of Mats´s great-uncle, Birger Ljungquist. 
Swedish glassworks line the studio window which has a fantastic view over Stockholm´s harbour. 
The studio.
Antiques and contemporary design feature in the kitchen.

Photography Magnus Marding