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20 November 2012

People I Am Loving: Lotta Jansdotter

 

There are some big changes happening round here, of which more anon, and I’m desperately trying to get myself more organised.  My office (in a corner of our bedroom) has been a disaster area for a very long time now, and I’ve promised myself I’ll get it sorted by the end of the year.

I’ve been finding these pics of Lotta Jansdotter’s NYC atelier very inspirational. If you look closely there are so many little organisational tips and tricks in each one.

 

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I love the hanging clipboards in this picture.

And as someone who can NEVER find scissors when she needs them, this picture below is dribblingly gorgeous.

 

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Lotta has been a busy bunny recently.

Last month she launched a beautiful line of dishes and linens at NYC’s Fish’s Eddy, also available online.

 

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And she’s just announced a range of beautiful fabric calendars, in all my favourite colours.  I may have to order one of each.

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So I’m sort of back. My back is definitely getting better – getting the inflammation down with heat, ice, and Advil is helping; together with chiropractic, stretching out the hip joint, some gentle yoga and not sitting at my desk too much.

Thanks for all your tips and messages!

   

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Hello Paola. Another intertaining post. I like the first photo and from a fashion standpoint, Lotta's wrap around scarf; a fashion statement I can never pull off as mine never lies flat and always looks like there's a large infant bundled inside.

And as for scissors, dream on. Pretty and perfectly displayed, yes, but around my house, unless they are tethered to the wall with an extendo-lesh, my husband and daughter will never return them to their appointed spot.

The organizer can organize all she wants in this home but only martial law will inforce civil obedience.

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