Category Archives: Style

Home Decor Style

Moving soon

During next week I’ll have to pack. And pack. And pack in order to move for awhile. I will have some works done in my apartment. The good thing about it? I will have the chance to post the work in progress. The bad one? I hate packing! I got these images from Emma’s blog, one of my favorites. They are just perfect for me now.

Home Decor Photography Style

A photographer’s eyes

Jeroen van der Spek is a photographer and moviemaker from Amsterdam, who really sees things behind their physical essence. Still life, food and interiors all live through his eyes and become alive.

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Inspiration Style

A magic touch

I just found out about Swedish interior stylist Lo Bjurulf. Her work is really inspiring and underlined by a typical Scandinavian signature style.

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Inspiration Style

Think small

The beetle is a real icon. Not only as an unforgettable car, but also as the top ad campaign of the century. The 1960s ad campaign for the Volkswagen Beetle did much more than boost sales and build a lifetime of brand loyalty.  The ad, and the work of the ad agency behind it, changed the very nature of advertising–from the way it’s created to what you see as a consumer today. Check it out!

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Photography Style

A nordic perspective

Ditte Isager is a photographer born and raised in Copenhagen Denmark and now living in New York. Whether shooting interiors, personalities, lifestyle and travel, she has always a very Scandinavian perspective. I really love her style.

Style

Style! Style! Style!

I just felt in love with Swedish Interior Stylist  Lotta Agaton. All her works are refined, precise, clean, airy. In one word: perfect. I selected a couple of images that put together urban decay and interesting design objects. Love it!

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Home Decor Interiors Style

It’s a matter of Style

These pictures made me fall in love with this kind of work. Interior stylists must have a very good taste in order to mix and match so many different objects and still give the image a consistent and coherent flair. I really love it when it’s just perfect like it is here.

(via http://emmas.blogg.se/)

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