I’ve long been a fan of Danish homeware brand Tine K, which was founded in 1999 by Tine Kjeldsen and her husband Jacob Fossum, but I don’t think I’ve ever featured it in a post before. I knew that was going to change the moment I saw its latest collection, which blends Scandinavian simplicity with traditional crafts and a dash of bohemian flair.
Like Tine K’s previous ranges, the autumn-winter 2016 collection encompasses original designs and one-off pieces picked up on travels to places such as Vietnam, Morocco and India. It’s perfect for the transition between seasons, with soft shades of mint green, moss and plum that were inspired by flowers and foliage, plus a mix of textures that range from the light and breezy (crumpled linen, rattan) to the cosy and sumptuous (velvet, sparkling brass).
But I wanted to share images of the range as much for the setting used for the shoot as for the products themselves. I’m completely smitten with the faded elegance of this wonderful old mansion – the peeling paintwork, the exposed brick walls, the mottled plaster panels. It almost has the air of a Victorian greenhouse – very apt for a collection influenced by botanics!
Photography via Tine K Home