As a stylist I often fantasise about having a purpose built studio and never ending-supply of props at hand. But in reality I love the challenge of thinking up new ideas, being resourceful and working with what I have. When I look for inspiration it's very much around that of a Scandinavian aesthetic, but it's not all about the latest trends. I love it when the stylist has thought outside of the box to come up with something new, even if its just a small detail. In fact it's often the small details that really make the difference. That and taking the 'less is more' approach.
The stunning 1978 blown-glass lighting design by Dutch designer Gijs Bakker has been put back into production by Danish homeware brand Lyngby Porcelain. Bakker's Tripod light is comprised of a single piece of clear mouth-blown glass, shaped like an elongated dome. I love it!