Das Original…a gorgeous home


I often talk about inspiration here on Bloesem but this is a home that truly inspires me when decorating or styling my own home… I know you probably have seen these images around somewhere on the web, when seeing them again in one of my private folders on my computer I thought why not share them with you today.


Swedish ceramic artist Christin Johansson lives here with her her husband Henrik Roloff and their two young children. The styling for the photography shoot was done by Katrine Martensen-Larsen and the photography by Kira Brandt. I like what Christin says about her home …“Our interior style has grown out of retro, old stuff, stuff with history and memories”…I kind of feel the same about our own home and try to bringthe same feel in our spaces.



{via minimal is boring}

Bloesem loves comments
  1. Carole

    Oh I love the roses growing in old tins! I haven’t seen these pics before and I love them.

  2. Indie.tea

    I’ve actually never seen those images, but I adore it…the cleanness, the bits of color, and details on the white dishes…

  3. eventagentur berlin

    This is gorgeous. It’s so lightful and I love the beutiful little details. Especially I like the green bookshelf and chair. Looks really cozy!

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