I was recently introduced to an amazing Swedish interior photographer Daniella Witte and had to share my find with you – Daniella’s photography which is pure drama feels like fresh air amidst my latest posts which are all about colors :). You’ll see mainly black and white in Daniella Witte’s photography, but each photo has that special detail that makes everything look inviting and well, less dramatic.
Idha Lindhag is a photographer working for the Swedish Elle Interior and Casa Vogue and she’s amazingly talented, able to capture and showcase through her work the depth of the setting. She has gorgeous black and white shots, but what caught my eye are the images with popping out, vibrant shades that are lively and inviting all at once. one more Swedish photographer to bookmark!
Hello, friends! So sorry for being absent these days, but just in case you’d like to know – my mini-vacation was fabulous and I wish it didn’t end so fast! What were you up to while I was away?
So since I’m just recovering from the few days of doing nothing today’s post is relaxing and pretty. And hopefully will bring a bit of light into our lives (is the weather the same awful where you are?). Anyways, Lesley Unruh caught my eye with her photography which is so eclectic and positive, with clean lines and playful patterns all spiced up with a bit of drama – how amazing does that sound? I couldn’t help but share with you a few favorites:
No need to tell you how much I want this book, I’m sure you want it just as much, right? Written by the fabulous Holly Becker (and Joanna Copestick), with photography by my all time favorite Debi Treloar, Decorate book is definitely a piece to look forward to! I literally cannot wait anymore to put my hands on a copy, I’m simply trying not to think of it now so I can hang on little longer. Here are some teaser pictures:
Hello, dears! For this Monday’s inspiration I chose to feature a super-talented interior stylist and photographer who travels (and lives) back and forth between Sydney, Paris and Amsterdam – Pia Jane Bijkerk! Her blog was a source of inspiration to me for a long time as her photography is beyond gorgeous and her style is what can be called rustic-meets-vintage-meets-French-meets-all-things-beautiful! Her work appeared in famous shelter magazines such as Elle Interior, Vogue Living, Home Beautiful, Traditional home and others. Recently Pia launched her professional website and I couldn’t help but blog about it. If you seek for a dose of prettiness to put you in a creative mood for this week, then enjoy this post!
And again we’re at this – amazing Swedish talents. I’m so in love with photographer Magnus Anesund, I feel like I want to jump as high as I can. His work is uber inspiring, I might just get an overdose right now. He can make look chic a white, minimalistic space just the same as a colorful or even dramatic one. I tell you, his photography skills are enviable and as much as I admire such a talent, I’m slightly jealous :)
It’s such a delight to flip through my bookmarks, you know? After a long day, I finally come home, have dinner, grab my laptop and dive into the HUGE list of bookmarks I’ve saved throughout my blogging experience. Bookmarks of sites that made me gasp, smile, be mesmerized and inspired all at once. Today was no exception and while scrolling and checking my bookmarks I came across this great photographer, Mikkel Vang! Perhaps you already know about him as his work appeared in famous shelter magazines such as Vogue Living, Elle Decoration, Harpers Bazaar and more. I loved Mikkel’s work mainly because of the stunning balance seen in his photography: chic extravaganza and a livable ambiance, airy light places against dark, very dramatic ones. And it all felt perfectly good, with no exceeded limits.
Today while going through my multiple and very inspiring bookmarks I came across a name which caught my eye and spoke to me, whispering a tempting ‘stop’. I’m sure this happened to you at some point, right? Well, you won’t believe how mesmerized I was when I clicked on the category ‘Interiors’. All the pictures were right up my alley, very shabby chic, romantic and even feminine – and what else can a girl ask for after a working day :)? So the magic name is Miki Duisterhof and she’s a photographer, a fabulous one (just wait to see her clients: West Elm, William Sonoma, Veranda and many, many others!). Seriously, I was hypnotized by all that beauty! Here’s what I’m talking about:
I’m more and more in love with Romanian artists and creative minds. First I must mention Freshome, a fabulous site about interior design (last week I found out that the founder of the site lives not so far away from me – exciting!), today I read about Mario Badescu, who is also from Romania, known worldwide for his line of skin care products and now Miha Matei, a talented photographer born in Romania, now living in New York and Los Angeles with her husband and son. In Miha’s portfolio I found pictures which were in my inspiration files since forever, yet I never knew that they were taken by her, like the below picture which can be seen in the post about Ashe+Leandro Interiors. Miha’s photography is stunning and her portfolio is one of those which you want to fully take from her site and just put it on your blog, it’s that good!
Stefan Thurmann is a Hamburg-based photographer who takes some seriously wonderful pictures! Of course his work wouldn’t be the same without the brilliant stylists he’s working with, but nonetheless his eye catches the beauty of what he’s shooting, far beyond what we all see. In Stefan’s portfolio you’ll see calming, neutral rooms, with cozy blankets and wood all over, as well as some other shoots, more contrasting and stylishly edgy. His work was published in many magazines and without teasing you more, here are few pictures from Stefan’s portfolio which appealed to me the most!