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Johanna Pihl

With the sun dancing around our ankles, we had the pleasure of having breakfast at artist Johanna Pihl’s place. With hot coffee in our hands and Neil Young in our ears, we chatted about far away lion walks, c r a z y good energies, and the art of catching the end of our dreams.

A piece of art

With shapes and crafts in full bloom inside their minds, and in their hands, our artist friend Josefin Tolstoy and photographer Åsa Liffner have created a fantastic campaign. Like true art pieces, every picture speaks for itself. We are obsessed with the color scheme they selected to showcase in this summary campaign. Please find all the images below and enjoy a little chat with the women behind them.

Molly Nord

We visit Betiyon founder Molly Nord. Everything about Molly, her home, and our visit felt as natural and kind as the caring oils she makes. But also as affirming and effortlessly cool as only certain homes and personalities manage to exude.

Alva Herdevall & Anders Rydell

The author duo Alva Herdevall and Anders Rydell took a detour via the archipelago life they thought they wanted before finding their place to breathe in a cultural landscape outside Uppsala.

Charlotta Skog

Architect Charlotta Skog built her dream house at the top of Edsviken in the suburb of Stockholm. We stopped by to chat about Patti Smith nightmares, garden deers, unfinished contouring skills and new beginnings. 

Dinner on Amorgós with Micis & Clara Öhrn

You are in for a treat when our favorite foodies, Sturehof chef Micis and lifestyle Journalist Clara Öhrn, are serving mussels with fennel and Ouzo on their home away from home island in Aegan Sea.

Asabea Britton

Ever wondered what it would be like to wake up as viral midwife Asabea Britton? Well, there is no need, as she just let us peek through the door of her baby blue bedroom!

Linnéa Salmén

Calling Linnéa Salmén a fashion-forward interior stylist is not enough. The words “Genius” and “Artist” must also be in the description. A few weeks back, we visited her studio home and obviously never wanted to leave.