Last year, Kinfolk Magazine moved their office from Portland to Copenhagen, and hired Norm Architects to create an efficient, elegant, and minimalist space that mirrors the look of the Kinfolk magazines and books perfectly.
My seven year old son, Cal, came home the other day with a big grin on his face and this lovely bouquet of flowers in his hand. He had picked them on a school trip to the park, and he was very proud. We placed the blooms on a small table in our kitchen, so we all could see and enjoy them.
Because of travels and a 50th wedding anniversary party(!), we won’t be able to do a proper Easter dinner this year. But we did take the time to get together for a spring themed dinner with a table set in blue and orange. The branches of pussy willows are a Swedish Easter tradition and a must for me.
I know it’s kind of last minute. But Santa, I’ve been veeery good this year. Shell Chair by Hans J. Wegner with white leather. I want you! Amaryllis. My favorite holiday flower. Sudo earbuds. Comes with this clever little pouch to avoid tangles. Lyngby vase.
A while ago I came across some pictures by the Russian photographer Alexandra Bachkareva. Her luminous portraits show the natural beauty of freckles and I thought the images would be perfect for a book. Imagine my surprise when I found out a new coffee table book celebrating freckles is coming out in time for Christmas.
Anna Andersson, my friend and fellow Swede, is having an Open Studio event this weekend. I love her simple, yet sophisticated silver and gold designs, and wear one of her pieces almost every day. If you appreciate Scandinavian design, go take a look at Anna’s latest collection and get a head start on your Christmas shopping.