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I hope you all had a lovely weekend. We rounded off our son's 5th birthday 'week' with a family lunch and then settled in at home as the stormy weather descended. There is nothing quite like climbing into bed with a good book or magazine, and then drifting off to the sound of rain. I can't wait to get my hands on a copy of the latest Kinfolk magazine, the Entrepreneurs issue. Beautifully styled here with its mint green cover, I love the simple hanger, moodboard wall and dark green table.

Styling by Lene Rønfeldt and photography by Mikkel Rahr Mortensen / Yellows

As a huge fan and (gradual) collector of the beautiful ceramics by Cathérine Lovatt for Serax, I was so excited to hear of her new range, Daily Beginnings. With breakfast as the starting point (hence the name) Cathérine has applied her unique, minimalist aesthetic to the new tableware, with her signature handles in tubular forms. Designed to add life and vibrancy to daily routine, the elegant pieces introduce a new colour palette of white, pink and black. I'm now on high alert, listening for news of their arrival down under! 

Images via Serax 

See the entire collection here

This beautiful Swedish home featured in the latest Residence Magazine belongs to Tommy Myllymäki, an award winning chef, author and restaurateur. Here he lives with his wife and two young daughters, who no doubt are treated to some amazing meals from the fabulous kitchen, which you can see here. A calm and cosy family home thanks to the soft colour palette and textural details, there are lots of lovely details to take in. I especially love the picture on the dining area wall, taken by Charlie Drevstam for Tommy's Cookbook Sauces, the built in bookshelves in the living room and the DIY bedroom details. It appears that both the headboard and coffee table have been made from old doors. Genius! 

Photography by Marcus Lawett and styling Sofie Lawett with Caroline Richter for Residence

Not long after I featured the Sharky chair by Kristalia in this post, the design was awarded the Interior Innovation Award 2015. Designed by Eva Paster and Michael Geldmacher, also known as Neuland, the duo went beck to their studio and immediately thought about how to extend their collection. This resulted in two Sharky stools, in two heights in different shapes. The high stool entirely replicates the seat of the chair and becomes a comfortable bar stool, whereas the low stool has a different seat, shortened for a more harmonious overall effect. I look forward to the day we can upgrade our kitchen stools, perhaps when the kids are a little less boisterous! These beautiful designs are a definite contender. 

Images via Kristalia

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  1. I think I'm going to have rush out and buy that issue of Kinfolk too! It looks divine!

    1. I know! I've got one at Magnation to put aside for me - I can't wait to pick it up. I really must get around to subscribing! x

  2. Oh wow! This home is amazing!!! And I love the new Catherine Lovatt range -we'll be getting in store soon because I just couldn't resist!

    1. Oh fantastic news! Thanks for letting me know Gabi! x



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