shared small plates with champagne, golden platform heels, coloured poodles and faux fur & sibella court and sherrill canet on elegant homes, all this and more on milkbottle.today
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spectacular jewelry, lucetta bike lights, 100 green buildings & high voltage-glamour on milkbottle.today
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
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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‘.
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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
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Tuesday, November 3, 2015
now on milkbottle.today: the kitchen, our new livingroom, the beauty in the beast, living in boxes & roasted chops with persimons
sneek peak: the kitchen, our new livingroom
kitchen kulture is an inspiring book about all that the twenty-first century kitchen can be. what was once a pragmatically designed place for food preparation has now become a stage on which the act of cooking and eating is celebrated as a social event. at the same time, the kitchen is being opened up to become a living space and meeting point in the home. whether large or small, modern or rustic, the kitchen has become the center of all the action.
the kitchens presented in this book are testing grounds for environmentally-friendly innovation as well as lively spaces that inspire a higher quality of life by prompting better eating habits and bringing together family and friends. from a vast, open-plan kitchen in a london townhouse to a kitchenette inside a student studio in berlin, the professionals behind these designs uncover the full potential of today’s kitchen through their creativity. whether large or small, modern or rustic, the kitchen has become the center of all the action.
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Tuesday, October 27, 2015
Monday, October 19, 2015
we are very excited to announce that we've moved to a new place. join us at milkbottle.today and enjoy the beautiful images of interiors and food stories by the best photographers, get inspiration to cook by our recipes and have fun with the weekly items that catch our eye. milkbottle.today. xx, nathalie & leonoor
Friday, October 16, 2015
it's time for apple crumble
fruit crumbles, the world's easiest baking and so good with any kind of fruit. i bake crumbles for dessert the whole year round with whatever fruit is in season. think buttery pears with ginger in early fall, cranberries with apples in winter, rhubarb in early spring or strawberries with rhubarb at the beginning of summer. in summer i use cherries, apricots with lemon zest, nectarines or peaches, so delicious together with raspberries, plums, they make a fantastic crumble with cinnamon, and summer berries of any kind are wonderful too.
Thursday, October 15, 2015
countryhouse in chianti
on a hilltop between florence and siena, 5 km from castellina in the region chianti you'll find this casa colonica, typical farmer house, owned by federica fusi and her daughter zoe. they decided to live in the countryside in an authentic and peaceful place surrounded by nature and where they could develop their idea of starting a b&b. the original unit of this house is mediaval whereas the exterior aspect is from 1766. basically federica wanted to find a house exactly with these characteristics and where no modernisation has transformed this original identity in order to set up this alternative form of countryside tourism; agrifuturismo. images: nathalie krag via taverne agency. click on read more to see more of this amazing place in italy.
Wednesday, October 14, 2015
baking shouldn’t be reserved for special occasions. even when it feels like you’re too busy to turn on the oven—or “you’re not a baker”—homemade treats are within reach. that’s why amanda & merill, of food blog food52, filled this book with 60 of their families’ and community members’ go-to, anytime recipes, as well as stunning photography by james ransom and tips that come from generations’ worth of kitchen wisdom.
they want baking to be the most flour-caked, milk-splattered book in your collection. because these recipes won’t have you hunting for obscure ingredients or equipment or cleaning up a huge mess, you’ll be able—and want—to make them over and over again. and while they’re within reach, they’re certainly not run-of-the-mill: think buttermilk dutch baby with caramelized pears, blueberry cream torte, and savory greens galette.
we can't wait to get started...
Tuesday, October 13, 2015
where digital & classics
apple watch hermès has arrived at dover street market; mae west lips sofa by salvador dalí, 1983, the lips of mae west, sex symbol and filmstar were the inspiration for this titilliating piece of furniture. three pairs were made of this sofa, each different. collection museum boymans van beumingen rotterdam; ruby lips at gucci s/s2016 via vogue reblogged from another loves, image by emma wyman@ instagramdazed&confused
Friday, October 9, 2015
aceto balsamico giuseppe giusti
we are in modena in the region of emilia romagna, visiting giuseppe giusti. the house was founded in 1605, making them the oldest makers of aceto balsamico in modena. their acetaia is on the outskirts of modena, contained in one big three storey house. the building itself has undergone several restorations, but it is the same house in which the company was founded, almost 400 years ago. much of the ground floor is used for the bottling and packaging of the final product and large three metre tall copper barrels use up the rest of this otherwise sterile and modern area. images: mikkel vang and christine rudolph via taverne agency. posted by nathalie
Thursday, October 8, 2015
one of the owner's requests was to use as much white as possible to create a bright, but not too cold end result. for anouk brands, interior designer from anoukb interieur, it was a nice challenge to restyle this apartment in amsterdam in the neighbourhood where her roots are. anouk used mainly bleached oak to give the place a warm character. marjon hoogervorst via taverne agency photographed the apartment. posted by nathalie
Wednesday, October 7, 2015
named after the restaurant nopi in soho, london, this is the most 'chef-ish' cookbook of all ottolenghi cookbooks, written in collaboration with nopi's head chef ramael scully, who's asian background results in an interesting 'fusion' twist to the typical ottolenghi style. think sumac meets star anise and miso meets molasses. however, the recipes are real restaurant-style, great for an impressive restaurant-style dinner-party of for recreating you favorite recipes from nopi, like courgette and manouri fritters, coriander seed-crusted burrata with slices of blood orange or twice cooked baby chicken with leon myrtle, salt and chili jam. wow.......
but, if you're more interested in home style cooking i would recommand jerusalem, written in collaboration with sami tamimi, about the kitchen of their youth as an israelian and a palestinian in jerusalem. posted by leonoor
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ruth reichl's my kitchen year: 136 recipes that saved my life
the 136 recipes collected here represent a life's passion for food: a blistering ma po tofu that shakes reichl, former editor in chief of gourmet magazine, out of the blues; a decadent grilled cheese sandwich that accompanies a rare sighting in the woods around her home; a rhubarb sundae that signals the arrival of spring. part cookbook, part memoir, part paean to the household gods, my kitchen year may be ruth reichl's most stirring book yet, one that reveals a refreshingly vulnerable side of the world's most famous food editor as she share treasured recipes to be returned to again and again and again. read more after the break