Photograph: Francois Kong

Photo: Francois Köng

Through Bodie and Fou I found Francois Köng, a London based photographer. Love these interiors, go to his site for more!


New in: (Another) Basket

Photo: Bodie and Fou/Francois Köng

My friends tease me for being all into baskets and wood and natual materials these days, and I can understand why. I dragged a huge basket all the way back from Berlin with me, a lot easier buying them online (or on flea-markets), like this seagrass basket I just ordered from Bodie and Fou. Like it?


Finnish house

I´ve featured this Finnish house before, see the post here, but found some new photos of it via Pintrest, and even an article in The New York Times. Gotta say I love it. 


Australian Architects

Photo: Robert Mills Architects

Still longing for summer, maybe that´s way Australian Robert Mills Architects´ work caught my eye today. These photos are from some of the summer houses they have designed. Go check out heir page for more!


Lava- and ghost people

Photo: from Anders Arhøj

I really love these expressive ceramic figures, made by Danish ceramic artist Louise Gaarmann and designer Anders Arhøj. These little guys are glazed with a range of complex, beautiful tones, then individually hand-painted. Found them via Design Sponge and ended up buying them from Swedish shop Asplunds online store


Sydney home

Photo: Sean Fennessy/The Design Files

I spent almost two years studying in Australia, like many Norwegians. Loved it there - and really like this Sydney apartment, home of Cassandra Karinsky of Kulchi. More here


Home of Yvonne Koné

Photo: Line Klein/est magazine

Love Yvonne Koné´s bags and jewlery (check out her blog), and now I must say I love her home just as much. Found it via est magazine.


My Cabin: Sun!

Photo: Scandinavian Retreat

Just spent the weekend at the cabin, and finally - some sunny days! This post is just to show you how much I love life at the cabin, when we can spend almost the entire day outdoors. I usually take my pics when we are about to leave for home and it´s all tidy and neat, but in real life it´s always people and toys and stuff everywhere. Here you at least get a small glims of that in some of the photos.