April 13, 2015

How to create a light and serene Spring home with Couleur Locale

craft paper bags and happy lights

It seems like a match made in heaven.... when your
favourite stylist and friend, and a really loyal blog sponsor team up together to photograph the collection of one of your favourite brands, Love Warriors. Some time ago I showed you Couleur Locale's new autumn collection in this post |
Inspiration for a cozy autumn home| and today some beautiful inspiration for a light and serene Spring home.

I couldn't think of a better way to get inspired for Spring then looking at this amazing pictures of the new Couleur Locale collection. The soft colours of the Love Warrior collection with the greens give your home a beautiful and serene look. 


Couleur locale offers a great selection of Love Warriors products both in their online webstore and two physic stores, located in Antwerp and Knokke. You know I am a huge fan of Love Warriors and the somewhat dreamy photography by Hannah Lemholt and paintings by Sara N Bergman.

The craft paper bags are now available at Couleur Locale, they have a bit of an Indian vibe, and this project by Love Warriors is called 'LW Warriors of the world' and was inspired by strong characters they met on their journeys around the globe. Sara paints and Hannah shoots, sold in a set of 4, really see the whole collection 
here.   

Just like the owners of Couleur Locale, who love to be on the road in search for new treasures in far away country's, remember this blogpost with the authentic wooden gourds from Senegal, also Love warriors travel a lot and their finds really fits the Couleur Locale collection! And good news for all fans of the very populair carved longhorn it's back in stock!

Moodboars and the carved longhorn


pictures: 1-2 Photography Marjon Hoogervorst - Concept & Styling AnoukB  | 3 Photography Jeroen van der Spek - Styling Cleo Scheulderman | 4 Photography Renee Frinking - Concept & Styling AnoukB

2 comments:

Autor said...

Wonderful pictures - thank you!

Best regards, Frida

Anonymous said...

Prachtig!