Fine Little Day creates quality design and crafts for children and young-at-heart adults. The products range from textiles to prints, are characterised by its simple aesthetics, expressive patterns and playfulness. We’d say almost monochrome and clearly embracing Scandinavian simplicity and the slow living movement.
The Swedish design brand Fine Little Day started out as a blog 2007, by photographer Elisabeth Dunker. Elisabeth would photograph and work from her summer house in Småland and her combined apartment and studio in Gothenburg. And it didn’t take long before snap shots from Elisabeth’s daily life, nature walks, flee finds and more was loved by readers all over the world.
Today Fine Little Day has been published as a lifestyle book, it’s counted among the world’s best design blogs and Fine Little Day on Instagram has more than 125k followers.
Elisabeth decided to partner up with the talented designer, Ulrika E Engberg, the co-founder behind Little Red Stuga. You might remember the knitted pouf, the Kebnekaise by Little Red Stuga
Together they have launched arguably one of the most trendy design brand for kids and families, with eco friendly home accessories inspired by nature. In the collection you’ll find everything from napkins, kitchen towels and aprons for the whole family – to high quality bedlinen and throws.
There’s also a beautiful little collection of art posters and vases.
We think the design from Fine Little Day would be a lovely addition to any modern family home. You can find out more and see the collection at finelittleday.com