New Indie Fashion Label to Watch: Caves Collect

I’m officially in love with this young brand: Caves Collect which I discovered through Instagram. Though their looks are very French, the label is based in Melbourne and was established in 2014 by Sarah Russell and Johanna Howe. The label presents women’s ready-to-wear clothing and leather goods. Caves Collect exemplifies…

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Jotun Lady Colour Chart 2018

Jotun just launched the new Lady Color Chart 2018 which is called Rhythm of Life. It consists of 32 colors and to make it easy to create a well balanced palette throughout our homes. Jotun has called the three tendencies City Motions, Silent Serenity and Lush Garden.…

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Ferm Living AW 2017 Collection

Ferm Living wows me again with their new AW 2017 collection. Lots of greens and soft pink shades. And one of my Ferm Living favourites, the Plant Box now comes with a Brass Tray. With this tray, your plant box gets a lid on a third of…

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Midnatt – Organic Cotton Bed Linen

I’m totally smitten with this new Swedish brand called Midnatt (midnight)! Their collection of organic cotton bed linen for children and adults comes in four beautiful colours – Coco, Pebble, Dromedary and Wilted. Though the website is in Swedish only, you can order your bed linen by…

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Die Motte Jewelry inspired by One-Line-Drawings

So called One-Line-Drawings are everywhere these days (I wrote about them at Journelles earlier this year) and now Barcelona based jewelry brand Die Motte jumped the bandwagon. Their feminine necklaces, earrings, rings and bracelets are inspired by One-Line-Artworks and available in gold plated silver, rose gold…

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A Small Studio Apartment

I have a soft spot for multi-tasking rooms like this renovated one-bedroom apartment, styled by Josefin Hååg for Fantastic Frank. It is proof that even 40 square meters can appear spacious if they are beautifully balanced with a neutral colour palette and lightweight furniture which is…

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Textile Designer Monica Hofstadter of Doucement

Soft, slow and sweet: Doucement (which means “slowly” in French) is an independent Brooklyn basesd textile art and design studio founded by textile artist Monica Hofstadter in 2016. Hofstadter creates textile objects that “blur the line between minimalist art and decadent creature comfort”. Her textural creations…

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