It is a 100% linen cover with thunder bolts in black stitching and a grey felt thunder cloud in neon green stitching. Coming soon!
They are made from Swedish Birch wood and hand painted by me. I'm getting very close to launching all my products soon, so keep a look out...
Now available to buy here
Here is the finished product of a door wedge I have been working on. It is made of Juniper from our forest, and the sides are painted white, like snow setting on a mountain slope. I have called it my "Ski Slope" door wedge.
Keys hanging out. This one is inspired by the key cupboard back on the farm in Sweden (right).
It's raining spoons. Silver spoons as a cloud with raindrops.
Apron of buttons. I love collections of old buttons, I arranged them in an apron shape for this tea towel.
It is a sheepskin seat cushion! I for one do not like hard chairs, so this solves that problem without looking old fashioned and granny-like. The upper layer is grey sheepskin and then there is a layer of upholstered padding underneath with a bright border trim.
Using my granny's trusted old Singer for sewing.
I have done four days of working with wood, and tomorrow I will go back to London for a while to explore my ideas with fabrics.
My bird house with terrace is ready for a little bird to move in.
The paint drying on some of my door pulls made of Juniper from our forest.
The batch so far in my modest homeware collection. I finished the large tray with birch handles today, as well as a birch log candle holder (left). The chopping board (left) needs a rope still and the hot serving plates of Juniper cuts in the foreground also need string to make a circular shape.
It has been so satisfying working with my hands, and I can't wait to make more of my ideas into objects.
You can purchase my designs here