Block printed kitchen and table textiles

I’m smitten by a brand I discovered last week in a local shop. It’s the Danish brand Bungalow. Although they have decorations, and lamps as well, it were their teatowels, napkins and tablecloths that caught my eye. I soon found out that the original prints and lively colors were created by hand rather than machines, […]

Sari Bags

  I’m so coveting the Sari bags from Found Object. They are stunning and would be a nice addition to my summer bags collection. Cause by now you might have noticed that I have a thing for stylish things with a heritage and soul or enchanting historical story.  Things that express my ever present wanderlust. […]

Ikea’s True Blue collection

Have you seen Ikea’s new limited edition True Blue collection? The designers collaborated with local Indian craftspeople in creating this very special line. It’s an exclusive mix of Swedish design and Indian craft and colour, produced in India. There are 43 products in this extraordinary collection. The Swedish design team traveled to India in search […]

Dinnerware to dish out: Passage to India

Today I’m dishing out a fabulous collection of dinnerware by the French Gien label. The Gien china “Route des Indes” or Passage to India (the spice route) takes you on a trip through India’s fascinating panorama of vibrant colours and traditions. The illustrations are the work of former banker and widely travelled painter Arnaud d’Aunay. He has […]

Global Living with Lodsh

A home decor shop and brand to my liking is Lodsh. In my blog post Here’s my story you could see I already have a few of their items in my own interior. The relatively new interior design brand (Sep 2011) and -store carries a collection that is based on global influences. Their products tell […]

Here’s my story

“Your home should tell the story of who you are, and be a collection of what you love, brought together under one roof“– says Nate Berkus, famous interior designer and tv personality. When I came across this quote, it really resonated with me, because that has been a rule I have been living by for […]