I just came home from a bloggers meeting at the Odalisque studio, so nice to see the girls! The meeting made me really exited about blogging and sharing my life with you guys. The editors suggested that I should add more art to my posts. Like gallery opening and stuff that are happening in Stockholm. It might be a bit tricky to be going to a lot of events with Vesper so we’ll have to see about that… But maybe once in a while it’ll work out! Right now my little 11 months old (today) is napping… and she just woke up so it’s time for cuddles.
Today I was wearing all Acne Studios.
At our wedding, Carido and I got a box full of kitchen and small bathroom towels by Växbo Lin from Carido’s aunt. We both like them so much that I had to add bath towels and an after shower mat to the collection. They are made in Sweden and they’re organic. Växbo Lin also does table cloths, napkins and all sorts of towels. The design is very modest, simple and timeless. The perfect choice if you’re looking for something that will last you a very long time. I always try to think about that when buying something new for my home or for my closet. Will this work in 10 years, or more?
Carido and I realized we needed some images for the big white wall in our "livingroom". At first I wanted to borrow some pictures just for the shooting of the apartment (shooting to sell). But then I figured out it would be so much fun to have something that I or we created ourselves. At first I wanted to do a painting but the chances of me making time for that are very slim so instead I started going trough old photos on my computer. The first image you see I shot this summer while we were hiking in Klövsjö up around the mountains. It's just a small puddle we past on our way to the "Sameviste". The second image Carido shot a couple of years ago in Island. We call them "Pöl" and "Kraft".
We just printed the images and picked them up at Odelab yesterday. Pöl is the largest 90 cm x 60 cm but Kraft is pretty big too, 60 cm x 40 cm.
We're having them framed next week.
If you're interested in buying a print just send me an e-mail, [email protected] and we'll figure something out.