Wednesday, 23 September 2015


ORANGE are the "new" colour to add a kick to your home. This is from William Yeowards new collection shown right now in his showroom on Kings Road London. I love the dotted fabric on the sofa.

Orange was also a big colour during London Fashion Week that ended yesterday. These fab trousers are by the German sisters Felder Felder for next summer. I love the mix of orange and pink! Now on to London Design Festival. More tomorrow!

Tuesday, 22 September 2015


Blue seems to be one of the most popular and trendy colours coming up...this lovely bag with rusty orange and light blue together with Klein blue was shown at #lfw that finished today it is by #mayrafedane

Found this sweet looking fashionista when leaving Brewer Street. I love the black feather balls!

Another fashionista with homemade poncho, hairy jeans and metallic brogues. Hippie-ish!

Fashionable boots by Camilla Elphich shown at #lfw!

And final blues for today, sky inspired wallpaper @designersguild flagship store yesterday morning. The traditional start of London Design Week and Chelsea Design Week.

Saturday, 19 September 2015


The fashion nostalgia has now reached the 1980s. Cobalt blue all in one suit dress by Jean-Pierre Braganza yesterday #lfw SS16. This was just the first day, much more to come.

Light blue is also big for SS16. Knitted matter from John Smedley.

Punk, new and neo-punk is all around us at LFW SS16. This wallpaper is found at the press room at Brewer Street Parking house where the event is taking place. Not the best move from Somerset House. Crowded and where the whole event feels downgraded. More about this later here! See you tomorrow!

Friday, 18 September 2015


FRESH WINTER FASHION FROM TOPSHOP. White trousers and colourful accessories in curry yellow, Klein blue and orange.SS16 to be shown soon...

Pink girly suit mixed with light blue, takes me back to what I wore in the early 1970s. New for 2015 is the shorter flared trousers and the short jacket! I like!

The natural pinkish beige in leather is back, alongside sheep skins, brass and copper with marble. Just look at the nice subtle hanging lamp by Swedish duo Studio Vit shown at #Viaduct now. More from #LDF and #LFW tomorrow...

Thursday, 17 September 2015


Tomorrow is a big kick off day for both London Design Festival #ldf15 and London Fashion Week #lfw15.Tom Dixon among other design companies are opening a "pop up" department store at Selfridges (entrance Orchard Road)and blue seems to be the big colour. Here his Wingback family. I predict the colour blue to be big in fashion for SS16 as well??? Watch this space for more tomorrow.

Courtesy of #HM. represented by this all in one from HM

Wednesday, 16 September 2015


This is the dress from #HM that I will be wearing some of the time @LFW and #LDF this season. I will hot it up with blue tights, funky flowery necklace and nail varnish in Klein blue, shocking orange and light blue. Black shoes, 70s style! More to come here...
More 70s fashion in rusty orange, Indian patterns and Jugend patterns. This is "Boho Mix" from the Swedish High Street Chain INDISKA.

New classic furniture with a modern twist, handmade in England! Chaiselongue Leta,  designed by Pitch and shown for the first time this week @LONDONDESIGNFESTIVAL! I will be there and report more continuously...

More from Pitch, dining table Eugen and chairs Avery in oak, clean and timeless, more tomorrow...  

Monday, 14 September 2015


Next week is the start of 2015s London Design Festival. Lots of shows and showrooms etc are part of this eventful week. Above Benchmark will show this new collection by Max Lamb, "Planks". Back to wooden basics, makes me think of my native Sweden.

This is the preview of the design of 100% Design. The theme this time is "Design in Colour". More next week!

Finally, some new lamp shades from Ikea, in store soon! Nymö is the name...

Thursday, 10 September 2015


Today I will start with some autumn fashion. This girly and tough skirt will suit any age, from Nicopanda.

This fringed jacket/poncho to go with it or wear on its own! Nicopanda.

Create your own indoor garden with glass bottles and evergreens. Subtle and fresh. (Blomsterfrämjandet)

Mix green plants like Ivy and similar in glass vase, bottles and wicker plant holders. Goes very well with the blond interiors. (Blomsterfrämjandet).

Or why not arrange green cut flowers in ceramic bottles and vases. (Blomsterfrämjandet).

Another easy way to arrange cuttings or just to decorate your table/table setting. Just use small vases and drinking glasses. (Blomsterfrämjandet)

Wednesday, 9 September 2015


ORANGE is the pop up colour in fashion this autumn and it is also showing up in the interior world leading up to the London Design Week that starts next week! This i a kitchen range from Habitat with strong Scandinavian influences in wood mixed up with turquoise, yellow and monochrome details. Think 1980s!   

More ORANGE. This time from Matthew Hilton and his new sofa for SCP showing next week in their showroom at Curtain Road, London EC1! More to come next week etc...

Monday, 7 September 2015


Back in the Cotswolds after a summer in my calm and muted coloured house in the Stockholm Archipelago. I will start by showing some pictures with the fantastic #Dinesen Douglas Pine flooring. I have them on all floors in the summer house except in the kitchen area, around the open fire, hall and bathroom. In those areas I have chosen black slate! Please let me know what you think of my blog and I would love to get some feedback, and also a hint of what it is you want to read about on my blog.  

This interior is from the house of famous danish chef René Redzepi who runs Norma in Copenhagen. Dinesen floors a its best!

This is the new Spring restaurant in Somerset House in London run by Skye Gyngell. Blond and cool interiors but not cold!

Anglepoise keep adding new make up onto their classic desklamp. This time it is Eley Kishimoto that has enriched the inside with graphic design.

Here they are in their full glory! This is just a preview of interiors to come. I will mix fashion with interiors and food. Lifestyle like cityguides etc will pop up now and then. New to my blog will be more philosophical subjects like yoga, mindfullness a bit of equality (feminism) talk and similar. Let me know below what you think, please...