Blog Love: Hilda Grahnat


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I just found this blog and shop and it sooooo beautiful! I absolutely LOVE what I see over at Hilda Grahnat her blog…. this incredible dollhouse from the '60s from her mom, the images from a simple milkshake, a post like 'thrifted recently' and so much more…I believe it is especially the photography and her eye for the basic thing that makes this blog so beautiful and a great inspiration for me!



Hilda is a Freelance photographer, graphic design student & flea market addict based in Malmö, Sweden and in her online shop she sells posters, prints and also these beautiful coasters!


Thank you again ladies from Darling Clemintine! All images are by Hilda Grahnat.

Bloesem loves comments
  1. Janie

    Is it wrong that I want to live in a dollshouse…?! It is soooooo beautiful! xx

  2. Wonderland

    Dear Irene, thnk you so much for all these wonderful links!! The doll house is something amasing.
    Have a nice day!

  3. caro

    Oh, wow, these book clocks are absolutely adorable. Thank you so much for sharing!

  4. Jennifer

    Wow, I am loving Hilda too. Her site is so easy to get lost in, in a good way of course! Thanks for sharing.

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