• Photography © Emily Laye JM has launched a new Premium concept and the talented Marie Ramse and Emily Laye have partnered to create a beautiful concept apartment in beautiful Sweden.

    With over 70 years of experience in residential development projects and 4,000 completed homes per year in Sweden, Norway and Finland, JM has a unique insight into what type of accommodations customers demand. The new trend of premium tailored homes in the response to their customer's demand and a wonderful thing to look at — even from afar.

    This home is just a small taste of what we'll be able to see JM do in the future with the help of brilliant people like Marie and Emily.
  • Photography © Riikka Kantinkoski The magnificent Susanna Vento has created a perfect dark atmosphere using paint from Tikkurila's new Clay Color Collection 2017. It's safe to say that de-saturated dark colours will keep making an appearance next year and I'm very excited about the introduction of darker browns and lighter pinks, in fact the color of 2017 is the gorgeous H466 Angora.
  • Photography © Enok Holsegaard & Ragnar Ómarsson We all know that mirrors introduce light and a sense of space and depth. People usually use them to create a visual illusion in a small or dark room but they can become the perfect addition to any room regardless of size. Over-sized or decorative mirrors, the question is what fits your style the most. I'm not a narcissist by any means but I definitely wouldn't mind packing my home with some large mirrors from the one and only, Ikea or maybe those stunning pendants make by the savagely creative hands of Elke Kallehav from Elkeland Studio.

    Get your mirror fixed and ask: Who's the fairest of them all? It's you.
  • Photography © Andrea Papini Soft, muted colors, tranquility and light form part of Pro-Stylist Amanda Rodriguez's dream bedroom vision. Amanda Rodriguez is a freelance concept stylist, based in Stockholm. She works on the borderline between reality and illusion through her characteristic and playful use of shadow, light and composition - which rightly so, has propelled her to the top of the list where the best Stylists in the world co-exist.

    Amanda recently partnered with Ikea for a three-part project series called Bedroom Of A Stylist A jam-packed with stunning bedroom styling tips must-read, that is, where she shines by birthing an oasis in the heart of a concrete jungle. Her underlying concept was to create a space filled with air, calm and softness by keeping objects at a low level and playing with natural light coming in from the large window. The article walks you through her thought and creative process and gives you ideas you're going to want to start tinkering with today.
  • Photography © Lachlan Moore I'm admiring the beautiful styling work by Studio Moore – Based in lovely Australia and established by Andrea Moore who also works with Interior Design.

    The studio considers interior design holistically with architectural form – creating intelligent spatial design solutions that enhance the everyday experience of the inhabitant. Interior architecture and spatial design services offered are specifically tailored to each project brief. The project above is an editorial styling job, which I find very inspiring.
  • Photography © Mikkel Adsbøl The geniuses behind Brunner Studio have made my day today. Sofie Brunner, the brain of the operation is responsible for the styling of the projects above. Silke Bonde - which also happen to be my favorite posters of now, photographed by Enok Holsegaard and Nordic Summer a beautifully portrayed issue for The Nordic Courier and photographed by Mikkel Adsbøl.
  • Photography © Agent Bauer Food Stylist Linda Lundgren started out as a trained chef, but she realised she didn't want to be stuck full-time in the kitchen; she craved something more varied and creative in the world of food. Her opportunity came with the publication of her book Smak av Österlen (A Taste Of Österlen), which opened her eyes to food styling as a profession and brought freelance assignments for newspapers, magazines and advertisements. International cuisine, interesting raw materials, interior design and gardening are all things which Linda finds inspiring. She loves to make creative use of good raw materials, and her style is rustic and simple - perhaps a reflection of her upbringing in the seaside town of Simrishamn on Sweden's south coast.
  • Photography © Unknown Jenni Juurinen is one more of my favorite stylists and I'm sure you can see why. Her creativity and vision is anything but ordinary and these photos confirm that. Even her simplest work is beautiful and it has a sensation of movement that leaves me anxious to to see more. I have literally spent hours browsing through her work and I've seen every single photo on her portfolio. I'm thinking of sending her a Christmas card, thanking her for all this goodness. Right after I write my Christmas letter to Father Christmas asking him for those gorgeous lamps. I'm dying to know, who is your favorite stylist?


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