Nina Tolstrup is a designer that a friend of mine, Melinda, loves. I've seen lots of her work before and have even used some of it here at Feather and Nest in some way or another, but I didn't realise that it was Nina who was the mastermind behind it all. I feel great to now not be in the dark about this amazing designer and I thank you, Melinda, for introducing me properly to the lovely Nina;)
Here's a blurb about Nina from her website, Studiomama, which you can have a look at here:
" Studiomama is based in London and owned by the designer Nina Tolstrup. She trained as a designer at the prestigious Les Ateliers school of industrial design in Paris and has a BA in Marketing from the Business School in Copenhagen.
Nina Tolstrup is designing products for companies while also taking a pro-active approach designing, manufacturing and selling her own ranges under the Studiomama name."
These are some pictures of Nina's own nest. I've used this picture before...;)
Nina has also designed these lovely reclaimed pallet wooden furniture. Aren't they great?
She also designed this great kids space, which I've also used before;)
And this...A cute beach house escape for her family. It's a tiny little retreat designed perfectly with ergonomics in mind.
And last but definitely not least (I still can't find the proper LAST photo)...
How cute is this? A door within a door. I love how Nina keeps kids in mind in so many of her design ideas.
I can not, for the life of me, find the very photo that started me on my cyber quest for Nina Tolstrup. Her house featured in a World of Interiors magazine that Melinda and David have. One of her rooms is made up completely of doors that can open and shut and slide in many different ways to make for a really funky but flexible space. It looks great and I really want to show it to you but, alas, it is not to be...for now. I WILL find it and when I do I'll be sure to share it. Promise!