{time-worn nostalgia}

There is a quiet, time-worn nostalgia about the home of Norwegian photographer Trine Thorsen, the kind that evolves from years of travel and layers of memories from far-off places . . .

Labels: , ,


Blogger Bonbon Oiseau said...

what a beautiful serene workspace--inspiring as we change ours...

July 15, 2008  
Blogger Carlene said...

I love each and every one of these imagines so much..Thank you!

July 15, 2008  
Blogger Melissa @ The Inspired Room said...

There is something so real and authentic about having some time worn beauty amidst the glamor!

July 15, 2008  
Blogger Jessie Cacciola said...

i really love the idea of this place. whenever i move to a new place, i tend to just bring the necessities and then let the look evolve as life happens there -- ticket stubs, postcards, photographs. If i really like some things from my former place, I'll frame them all together.

July 15, 2008  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


July 15, 2008  
Blogger SimplyGrove said...

Gorgeous Images!!!

July 15, 2008  
Blogger Joslyn said...

i love that these spaces feel created over time. not many people do that anymore.

July 15, 2008  
Blogger Anairam said...

I always enjoy your choices - they are so beautiful and inspiring. That desktop inspires me to go and tidy mine. (But not right now). Perhaps I need a big clock like she has above her desk, something that can just tick away while I procrastinate. And then maybe an alarm can go off, or something. That will be cool.

July 15, 2008  
Blogger Samantha Honey said...

"There is a quiet, time-worn nostalgia about the home of Norwegian photographer Trine Thorsen, the kind that evolves from years of travel and layers of memories from far-off places . . ."

your words alone here paint such an ambiance... they say "a picture paints a thousand words", but here not the case! lovely images, though, too.
A nice bedtime reverie, thank you, goodnight:)

July 15, 2008  
Blogger .vanessa said...

another beautiful post!!! i love the little fan on the desk. have a happy day =)

July 15, 2008  
Blogger Easy and Elegant Life said...

What a wonderful work space. I can't help but be a little in awe.

And on a different note, I realize that most photogs dress the set before a shoot, but what does one do with all these damned cords? My laptop is connected to the printer, the modem (although it's wireless I sacrifice speed when unplugged), the power strip, the speakers... it's a mess. Ideas?

July 15, 2008  
Blogger Jessica Claire said...

the artichoke/cabbage leaf things are interesting yet pseudo puzzling.. despite the vegetables I love it!!!

July 16, 2008  
Blogger colette rose said...

what an exceptionally beautiful blog you have -

July 16, 2008  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Really amazing place ))) I would love to work there )))

July 16, 2008  
Blogger Absolutely Fabulous said...

love the mood in these....

July 16, 2008  
Anonymous ami said...

Really beautiful, and somehow comforting and sweet...Makes me want to redecorate!

July 16, 2008  
Blogger The Lil Bee said...

Honestly, when I'm old and retired and have grandkids running around, I hope my home is filled with such fantastic memories. This is so cool.

July 16, 2008  
Blogger LJ said...

Such a lovely, calm workspace. Has inspired me to stick up some of my favourite photos, tear outs around my desk! Puts my mess of a workspace to shame!

July 16, 2008  
Blogger driftwood shack said...

So elegant! i love monochrome rooms

July 16, 2008  
Blogger Boho chic said...

Cute chic photos:)

July 16, 2008  
Blogger {this is glamorous} said...

Jessie – love the idea of framing things that you love and keepsakes all together.

Samantha Honey & Colette Rose – thank you.

Easy and Elegant – wish I could offer some advice on hiding those unsightly cords, but there is a jumble at my pedicured toes as we speak . . . Have seen various covers and ties as options, but nothing that really and truly makes sense of the mass of wires . . . Perhaps a good topic for a follow-up post?

Hope everyone is having a beautiful week so far. Always find it so inspiring to look at the workspaces of others, especially when they are filled with personal artifacts, such as this one.

July 16, 2008  
Blogger littlebyRD said...

Love this style! Lots of good old furniture and insteresting things to look at.

July 17, 2008  
Blogger She Who Must Be Obeyed said...

The images are breathtaking and captivating. Thank you for posting them.

July 20, 2008  
Anonymous amanda said...

How gorgeous, makes me want to redecorate.
Thanks for sharing.
Just found your blog, its divine.

October 16, 2008  

Post a Comment

Thank you for stopping in to say hello -- it's lovely to hear from you!

j u s t a f e w t h i n g s
Please note that due to the inordinate amount of spam, comments with links to other sites may not be published; all self-promotion & promotions of give-aways on other sites will not be published; additionally, please include your blog address in the box provided, and not in the body of your comment.

Thank you xo

<< Home