We have been working with our first styling and photography project of stills for a while, a serie of collected 
objects, white or black. It was so much fun creating these images and I am happy to see our first project 
published in Nordic style magazine

Photography: Miguel Varanda
Styling: Malin Holmudd








The photo shoot that was made in november “all that glitters is not gold” has now been published in nordic 
style magazine

A rough and old space with beautiful architecture in an abandoned building in lisbon served as a canvas for a 
selection of products in golden tones which makes an interesting contrast. 

Photography: miguel varanda.
Location: ladrillo.
Products: h&m home, zara home, viva.



My inspiration board for the latest styling project, "all that glitters are not gold". A rough and old space with 
beautiful architecture serves as a canvas for a selection of products in golden tones. The project was shoot 
last week by photographer Miguel Varanda and made together with stylist Brechtje Troost and the final result 
will be published soon...


On the 27th of August I became mum to this little person. Oliver. Our little prince. Since then I have been in a 
baby bubble, where I will stay for a while letting this new life take form. In the meantime follow me on 
instagram and pinterest


World-famous swedish urbanears launched connected speakers in the spring, a speaker that enables a personal 
music style in each room - controlled by one and the same device. Baggen, the larger model, is best suited for 
larger spaces and open plan solutions, as living rooms, while stammen is best for bathrooms, bedrooms and 
other smaller spaces. Users can stream music from spotify connect, airplay, chromecast, bluteooth or a classic 
aux-cord. The speakers has a beautiful and simple design and comes in six different shades; dirty pink, vinyl 
black, plant green, concrete gray, goldfish orange and indigo blue. 


When I was a child there was a little ceramic shop on our street, in my hometown in sweden. I was amazed by 
the handicraft and for a long time it was my dream profession to work with ceramics. Although I ended up 
following another dream the curiosity for ceramic was always there. 
Many years later as an adult I found another cute little ceramic shop, this time in Lisbon. They were offering 
workshops in ceramic and I decided to finally try it out. Since then I have been attending a few classes, and I 
love it! The meditative and creative process followed by the fulfillment and joy of the final result and product.