Paid partnership with Skovby, all words and pictures are my own and I only ever work with brands I love and think you will too. 
A few days ago, I spent the day at my friend Helen Sturesson’s beautiful studio across town. Her studio occupies a section of the ground floor of an old warehouse – and all the lovely old touches including a tiled stone floor, round radiators and pipes are still intact. 
Her room is quite narrow, so space saving furniture is the order of the day. Danish brand Skovby launched a new multipurpose table earlier this year, and I knew it would be perfect for the space – both as a side table / desk, but also as a larger table for collaborative work. So, I rolled up with it in my car (as much as I love to cycle, it was a push by bike, even by Swedish standards!) and after a ‘fika’ (a lengthy chat and copious amounts of coffee), we snapped these pictures – I hope you like them! 

Helen hard at work! 

True to Danish design, and as with all things Skovby, it’s beautifully made and really high quality. It comes in a few different versions – this is white oak oil with a white laminate surface.  
I love the brass hinge detail. 

Best of all though  – once you’ve finished creating, eating, or eh hem, drinking copious cups of coffee, you can fold it up and move it to the side of the room and use it as a side table or desk. Smidigt (smooth)! 
Oh, and just one more thing, for all those of you who love a nifty piece, it also has built-in storage. 
Remember these stools? I basically have them in every room of my house – not kidding. Also from Skovby, they’re made from leftover production wood. 

I hope you liked this glimpse inside Helen’s studio – the site of many interior meetings and coffee drinking, and feel as excited as I am about new danish design pieces such as this one! 
Could you imagine having a table like this in your home or office? It would actually be ideal for our cabin too – maybe you’ll see me heading up the E6 with a full boot soon! 
More info about the #104 multipurpose table here in case you’re interested (Skovby have dealers almost worldwide). 
Right friends, it’s time for the weekend – and I’ve got some halloween costumes to make. Are you doing anything in your home?
Have a cosy, not too spooky, couple of days. See you Monday! 
Niki
Photography Niki Brantmark
Styling Helen Sturesson 

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Paid partnership with Skovby, all words and pictures are my own and I only ever work with brands I love and think you will too. 
A few days ago, I spent the day at my friend Helen Sturesson’s beautiful studio across town. Her studio occupies a section of the ground floor of an old warehouse – and all the lovely old touches including a tiled stone floor, round radiators and pipes are still intact. 
Her room is quite narrow, so space saving furniture is the order of the day. Danish brand Skovby launched a new multipurpose table earlier this year, and I knew it would be perfect for the space – both as a side table / desk, but also as a larger table for collaborative work. So, I rolled up with it in my car (as much as I love to cycle, it was a push by bike, even by Swedish standards!) and after a ‘fika’ (a lengthy chat and copious amounts of coffee), we snapped these pictures – I hope you like them! 

Helen hard at work! 

True to Danish design, and as with all things Skovby, it’s beautifully made and really high quality. It comes in a few different versions – this is white oak oil with a white laminate surface.  
I love the brass hinge detail. 

Best of all though  – once you’ve finished creating, eating, or eh hem, drinking copious cups of coffee, you can fold it up and move it to the side of the room and use it as a side table or desk. Smidigt (smooth)! 
Oh, and just one more thing, for all those of you who love a nifty piece, it also has built-in storage. 
Remember these stools? I basically have them in every room of my house – not kidding. Also from Skovby, they’re made from leftover production wood. 

I hope you liked this glimpse inside Helen’s studio – the site of many interior meetings and coffee drinking, and feel as excited as I am about new danish design pieces such as this one! 
Could you imagine having a table like this in your home or office? It would actually be ideal for our cabin too – maybe you’ll see me heading up the E6 with a full boot soon! 
More info about the #104 multipurpose table here in case you’re interested (Skovby have dealers almost worldwide). 
Right friends, it’s time for the weekend – and I’ve got some halloween costumes to make. Are you doing anything in your home?
Have a cosy, not too spooky, couple of days. See you Monday! 
Niki
Photography Niki Brantmark
Styling Helen Sturesson