27 november 2012

DIY_________ X-mas decoration







To do these you need;  scissors, paper binders, staple set, thick paper. 
Cut out strips of a paper in various sizes and staple or use paperbinders to fix the strips from both sides. Hang them up with a string or use as a table decoration. Done!


25 november 2012

INSPIRATION_______ white





The first sign of christmas is now on my wall, lots of white paper pom poms. The more the better! 
( You can find these white pom poms in Sweden from Rusta )


20 november 2012

RANDOM ____________ X-MAS MOOD









It´s only few days left until the first advent sunday and I have started making this year's advent calendar to my kids and some new christmas decorations. But before I´ll show you all the new nice stuff, here´s some black&white christmas inspiration and diy´s from last year!


15 november 2012

INSPIRATION _____ Lotta Agaton home





My dear interiorstylist teacher Lotta Agaton´s new home is featured in the latest issue of the Danish RUM magazine that is out today! She and her interior style is like the rolling stone, it just keeps rolling on fresch and always inspiring! Can´t wait to get my magazine and see all the pictures, happy also to see my metal pyramid and diamond in her livingroom!

(images from RUM magazine, photographed by talented Pia Ulin

9 november 2012

DIY__________magazine holder





One of my secret addiction is magazines. And since I have tons of magazines at home and soon running out place to stash them, I always try to come up new ways to store them! Here is a magazine holder that I made ​​of metal wire but you can also use some other strong string or rope to do it. This magazine holder does not actually take a lot of time and it's very unexpensive! Goood luck!

4 november 2012

INTERIOR _________faye toogood










The most difficult question that I get sometimes is what is trendy right now or not. Sure we are all inspired by others but I belive that true creativity begins in the heart and from a freedom of thought where everything is allowed. Therefore, there is no right and wrong when it comes to art and furnishings. Like Faye Toogood the incredibly talented British interior designer who creates interior design with courage and curiosity. All of her pieces are handmade by small-scale fabricators and traditional artisans, with an honesty to the rawness and irregularity of the chosen material. Her interior design shows the way away from trend slavery and current trends. What she creates is freedom from all that is allowed or not!

all images from fayetoogood.com with thanks