a little on my lately and the mjölk book

 

Two weekends ago now,
we spent a couple days in a small
cottage alongside a massive lake.
A place we’d never been,
but hope to return.

 

 

We ate dinner and we met friends,
and it was extraordinary.

 

We bought fish directly from
those that fished it.
We spent the day with the sun in our eyes
and the shoes off our feet.

 

We swam in that very large lake,
we walked for coffee near dawn.
And we spent time giggling with these two.

 

It was one of those weekends
that felt like all the perfect parts of summer
rolled into two short days.
One of those weekends
that July and August are made for.

 

Too, we came home with the Mjölk book.
It’s the first in a run of coming volumes
inspired in part at least by those self-published books
you find in Japanese boutiques.
And I think by craftsmanship and design.
And by passion and travel too.

 

And I’ll tell you what,
it’s beautiful.
Find it here.

xo, n

 

 

 

this song
this pizza truck
these images (via)
blood orange cocktails
summer berry tarts!
this bag
these sandals
and these apple fritters

 

 

 

also, these things from mjölk:
this knife
these little trays
these coffee scoops
these bowls
this brush

 

 

 


all photos courtesy of mjolk


posted on July 26, 2012 by Nikole

10 Comments

  1. Amber says:

    I absolutely love the idea of these Kinfolk dinners – you are so very lucky to have them on your side of the pond. They should be encouraged to come over here and break down some of our British reserve!!

  2. Oami says:

    The double & triple exposure images are INCREDIBLE!! And all this food is making me hungry….

  3. Mariela says:

    I want that book, look amazing, thanks for sharing, have lovely day! x

  4. Whitney says:

    The concepts at Mjolk are beautiful, as is your blog, products and photos …thank you for sharing! xo

  5. Heather M says:

    Those little fish packets look great! Is there a recipe somewhere?!

  6. emily says:

    Nikole, I had such a great time meeting you! Everyone was so lovely, and that cabin and the entire day was nothing short of dreamy. I look forward to crossing paths again! xo

  7. I love how your blog entries read like a little poem…it’s charming! Kinfolk dinner ftw (if only I could go to one)!

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