Katja sharing her current obsessions:
I do not know why, but lately I have been obsessing with neutral interiors. Usually I gravitate to dark, almost masculine interiors. It all started with one sublime photo, than I searched for inspiration at Pella Hedeby and Lotta Agaton. And now it is all about neutrals. Neutrals are anything but boring… if done right!
To understand today, you have to look back. The book Inside Utopia does just that, diving into iconic interiors by forward-thinking designers from the past 75 years.
The peculiar properties of velvet, the splendid yet softened depth of dye-colour it exhibited…This winter I want velvet everything!
Ed van der Elsken
A unique figure, Van der Elsken was renowned as a street photographer. He roamed cities like Paris, Amsterdam, Hong Kong and Tokyo seeking out colourful personalities, head-turning young women and wayward youth. He both chronicled, and influenced, the Zeitgeist.
Tadao Cern has created a series of original paintings that have nothing to do with paint at all. Hanging Paintings consists of fabrics that are draped, hung or wrapped around a black metal rack, which serve as a canvas. Inspired most probably by a memory of a clothing combination or a childhood memory of his mother’s coats hanging on a closet.
Nothing says winter more than sofa, blanket, fine book, seductive smell of burning logs, glass of fine whiskey and some nice music. Mammal Hands are captivating, ethereal and majestic… Enjoy the weekend!
Photos from Pinterest, https://www.pellahedeby.com/, http://www.tadaocern.com/ and https://www.tumblr.com/.