Tuesday, February 2, 2016


we've moved, come and take a look at milkbottle.today, this week we take a look in the apartment of an inveterate collector and decorator in sydney, we have fun stuff in series like my other bag, prada's olfactories and instant cameras in candy colors, check out donna hay's take on power foods with low carb, super green & vibrant veggies, and we're making a salad with grilled avocado. milkbottle.today 

Tuesday, January 19, 2016

Tuesday, January 5, 2016


this week on milkbottle.today: take a look at our best buys from the sale, our favorite green cookbook by ruth rogers & rose gray of the iconic london-based river cafe, cook our delicious creamy cauliflower soup and a sneak peek inside a 65 square meter apartment in amsterdam 


Tuesday, December 22, 2015

Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Tuesday, November 24, 2015


Shop the latest spectacular jewelry of Acne Studios, we’re especially fond of this Ring Marioline gold.
While many brands have begun to offer attractive bicycle lights in recent years, few offer the ease of use that Lucetta does. Designed by Helsinki-based Emanuele Pizzolorusso for Italian design company Palomar, Lucetta is a set of small LED lights that secure to your bicycle—or any metallic surface—using magnets, and nothing else. Snap the lights to the bike to turn on steady light, snap them back once to switch modes to slow flashing and once more to set fast flashing. And once the destination is reached, the tiny lights connect to one another for carrying, forming a single object hardly bigger than a roll of nickels. More on Milkbottle.today

Tuesday, November 17, 2015


Shelter, How Australians Live. By Kara Rosenlund on Milkbottle.today Kara Rosenlund travelled all over the country to seek out authentic, appealing and intriguing Australian interiors and has documented them in the book Shelter, with her trademark honest and poignant style. On her year-long journey, Kara wandered off the beaten track, across regional and remote Australia, to find the houses she wanted to document-houses whose beauty and charm told their own story. Each stunning image gives you a glimpse into their history; the abandoned cottage saved from decay by its determined new owners; the shipping container repurposed into an eco-friendly dwelling; the cliff-top hideaway overlooking the sea; or just a few of the many shacks dotted around the country, which have had new life breathed into them by their loving owners.
Kara Rosenlund is an Australian photographer, stylist, adventurer and travelling vintage wares retailer. She was the youngest person to win the much acclaimed Canon Australian Institute of Professional Photography’AIPP Photographer of the Year’ title, and built a successful freelance career taking photographs for magazines and advertising campaigns. Her work has also been included in many prestigious exhibitions and acquired in permanent collections both locally and abroad, most notably a solo exhibition at the Sydney Opera House. Relocating from Sydney to London in 2007, she pursued her love for interiors through prop styling, sourcing and buying throughout Europe. Returning to Australia in 2010 she created the much loved ‘Travelling Wares’ caravan pop up – housed in a 1956 caravan called Frankie, touring the nation selling utilitarian vintage pieces for the home. Kara was recently named by UK interiors ‘bible’ Elle Decoration as ‘A Modern Day Martha Stewart‘.

Tuesday, November 10, 2015


living on the pampas in patagonia, michelangelo's david, whole grilled trout & mallmann on fire, about argentina's most legendary chef and cooking star, grand master of wood-fired cooking francis mallmann.
cathi and renaud bossert spend eight monts of the year in patagonia.  read the whole story and more on milkbottle.today

mallmann on fire, about argentian's most legendary chef and cooking star, grand master of wood-fired cooking; francis mallmann