IN SEVEN DAYS AROUND THE WEB #28
Thank goodness this week is finally drawing to a close. Although lots of exciting things happened - I have a new old analogue camera to play around with - I also worked like crazy and my flat looks rather messy and is definitely in need of a good clean. But enough of that! It's Friday after all, so get ready for my weekly finds:
I've been a fan of Talisa of the blog Badlands for years, her photos and eye for simple yet chic design is second to none. She is currently in Auckland visiting Fashion Week there, and I love the look of the café Good One.
Diana of Miss Moss has finally taken us on a tour around her home! It's no surprise that the place is full of beautiful, yet personal artworks and furniture. Time to get some of mine framed, I think!
And it's thanks to Diana's tour that I came across this print in the fieldguided shop. Need/want!
Malin Elmlid is an incredibly inspiring personality , travelling around the world and swapping her bread for anything you're willing to give - be it a piano lesson or a homegrown tomato plant. She's just published her first book and Mary of Stil in Berlin has written a little post about it.
Sophie Bille Brahe makes the most exquisite jewellery and I was happy to find this interview on Into The Gloss, finally telling us what beauty products she uses on a day to day basis.
George Fitzgerald has just done a little mix for FACT mag - and it's been keeping me going at work this week.
Freunde von Freunden have visited artist and furniture maker Sean Woolsey at his home. I especially like the photography by Lonnie Webb!
Dabito of Old Brand New is on to a winner yet again with his 'Fleeting Moments' series.
Grace of That Grace Girl is a lovely girl that writes interesting and eloquent posts about all things beauty, fashion and life. Her recent trip to Scotland looks like fun and makes me crave for plants, glasshouses and holidays...
Another find, another lovely trip! Cate of Cate St. Hill went to Dorset and I would love to stay at her hotel, because her images look lovely!
And with that I leave you to wander off into the sunset - err, weekend!