Lovely work by stylist Sania Pell

Sania Pell is one very talented stylist. I've been browsing her portfolio and blog for hours (as you do on a cold wintery day in Sweden). She's lovely too (I know as I sent her a mail about sharing a few images and she couldn't have responded quicker and been more helpful) we're also both London girls and it transpires that we both studied in Edinburgh too so I have taken an even bigger liking to her work now - ha! But seriously, don't you love these images Sania styled for Cox & Cox last Autumn?

Styled by Sania Pell, Photographs by Emma Lee for Cox & Cox
Sania also has a couple of books out; The Homemade Home for Children and The Homemade Home. How cool. I have a dream to write an interior book one day. Do you have a dream like this? Perhaps we can write one together :)
These images set the tone nicely for my weekend. I've promised to bake cakes with my girls, although I'm feeling a little ill-equipped now that I see the cute footprint cookie cutter! Oh and I'm also missing a sweet and soft looking cat too. Hmmm.

Have a really lovely weekend! (see you on Pinterest!).

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A black + white Danish power house

This Danish home by Norm Architects is incredible. Emma showed another angle earlier today on her wonderful blog and my ears pricked up when I heard there were more pictures to be seen! So, thanks to the helpful Norm Architects team just over the bridge, here is the home from a different angle. We've become used to white Scandinavian spaces (especially if you read my blog on a daily basis ha!) but there's something even starker and more powerful about this home and the way that the contrasting black furniture and accessories almost float in the space. A true work of art.

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Spot the cute resident King Charles?!

There are so many fab designer pieces in this home so if you're wondering about any let me know. I'll no doubt list a few of them in my guest post for Design Collectors blog on Saturday too.

Have a very lovely and very happy Valentine's Day!

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Home tour: white and vintage in Gothenburg

This Gothenburg apartment currently for sale though Stadshem, has just the right mix - beautiful white wood panelled walls and floors, mid century furniture and cute vintage finds. What a fun place to live, Gothenburg anyone?!

Stadshem via Little Birdie

Get the look? Auction site Lauritz is always a great source for Scandinavian mid-century finds (trust me, I've spent hours on there!). You can buy Tulip dining chairs at nest. Get hold of the cute doggy 'Tillsammans' posters behind the bed here. Vintage finds...hmmm, lots of hours scouring around car boot sales, flea markets, charity shops...and there's always wonderful Etsy, have you got any great tips?

Have a lovely day!

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