Home Companion magazine

Home companion

Now I’m back at my own lovely home and my parents, who came on a short visit this weekend, have been sent home again. Things are back to normal, almost – and I can lean back (after doing the laundry, cleaning up, sorting new and old stuff, etc etc etc today) and read the Mary Engelbreit’s Home Companion magazine (march issue) that Stephanie sent me from the US. You are right Tiff (that’s what I call her – and she also blogs at Snurrhuvud, where she posts her drawings and Tifty’s hobbytable – go visit them), this issue is jam packed with eye candy that I adore! Thank you!

This issue is an artist and craft issue, with pictures of studios and creative peoples home. I love love love looking at studios and craft tables, and there is plenty of that in this magazine. Gotta love that.

Like these spreads:
Magazine spread



And Mary Engelbreit’s own studio:

Mary Engelbrekt's studio

4 Responses

  1. oh my goodness! i had a desk just like that blue one with all of my miniatures in the cubbies and my current obsessions on the top shelf…a trip down memory lane! i just love when home companion does inside the artist’s studio type articles…those are the best ones!

  2. ?h vad bra att allt kom fram – t?nk att jag har b?rjat samla mera sm?tt o gott till dig! Det ?r s? kul att skicka pysselpost :)
    Your outside balcony fika table looks perfectly perfect. So inviting and fresh. There isn’t much that beats a little sunny spot with a magazine and a cup of tea. Or coffee (!)

  3. Sommaren har varit bra och l?ng, men snart b?rjar det n?rma sig arbete igen!

    Har inte ens t?nkt p? att jag inte skrivit ut n?gon mailadress. Borde jag fixa. Min mail ?r iaf: my_@home.se

    Ja, gr?nt ?r sk?nt :) ?r f?r tillf?llet v?ldigt f?rtjust i gr?nt.

  4. Thanks for stopping by my blog and for the compliment on Clapotis.

    As for looking at studio spaces, it is something I enjoy as well, especially since I don’t have a space of my own. Your little balcony table looks like a place I could inhabit, so welcoming.


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