Scandinavians get through more candles than any other region, using every opportunity to lit a candle to create a bit of ‘hygge’. One of the preferred candle brands in Scandinavia is Skandinavisk from Copenhagen.
Jan Skácelík’s ReStyle Etsy shop is a gem of a store by those who love Scandinavian-inspired 1950’s mid century modern design. The posters are sure to add a touch of colour to your home and put a smile on your face.
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.
What started up with sharing HYGGE through a series of deep glowning, slow burning candles has evolved into a full series of beautiful scented candled and diffusers. And this November SKANDINAVISK will be presenting a piece of HYGGE in London!
The campaign for The Organic Sheep, shot in the Faroe Islands by Morten Germund, won 2nd place in the category ‘Commercial photography’ in the Sony World Photography Awards 2014.
Slow Living is emphasising on slowing down and simplifying your life to allow you to create a more considered, beautiful and intimate living space. And we see no reason why our children shouldn’t be part of this sustainable concept. Read on for five inspirational kids interior ideas for Slow Living.