K Studio recently launched matching His and Hers pillows for Fall, all are available in either organic cotton or hemp, some in white, others in gray. K Studio has such a delicate touch, each pillow seems to carry some emotion, and I love the lines and pale color palette she’s using for Fall – very natural and clean.
In the Fall and Winter, most turn to deep, rich colors and although they are beautiful, in certain regions saturating a home in these tones is a bit draining. I live in the northeast and like to keep my color palette light and bright. These pillows are perfect for me, but despite how cute they are, my favorite will always be the woodland creatures pillow.
(images from 2modern)
Excuse me for feeling a little retro/country today, but Back Home Again is another charming etsy store I couldn’t resist telling you about. There’s nothing like lavender sachets tucked away between your clothes, towels, and bed linens, and if you promise not to tell my husband, he uses them too. So it’s not a girl thing. These also make great gifts since they’re super affordable at only $12 for 3. Back Home Again sews up throw pillows, bags, and other pretty things that I think you’ll like.
Lindylou2 is such a sweet little etsy shop! This Austin-based crafter specializes in handmade coasters, bags, fat quarters, pillowcases, and other pretty things – lots of Amy Butler and Heather Bailey fabrics – yay! I love the frayed edges of these coasters (so boho!) and for $7 for a set of 4, they’d make a great gift.
I think you’ll really like this new collection by Susanne Schjerning called Happy Horses, I know I do. I spotted it in the August issue of Bolig Liv and fell in love. It’s great to see horses as a motif and I love the way she presents them.
Her work reminds me a lot of Atelier LZC, Orike Muth, and Rice for some reason, all design houses are ones that I watch regularly to see what’s in the works. I like how feminine Susanne’s designs are and that they have subtle patterns layered beneath the bolder ones, this gives them such dimension and even more, they somewhat seem to be telling a story. Her palette is one that you can look to for inspiration I think, all the colors used in a single design make me think of how they’d look together in an outfit, room, table setting, or arts and crafts projects.
If you are interested in Susanne’s work, you may contact her via email (post @ susanneschjerning dot com) to learn more.
(images from susanne schjerning)