Introducing a new content series here at Blue House: Inside the Scandinavian Homes of Women Entrepreneurs, where we shine the spotlight on some powerful and fearless women we admire, and the homes they have created around them. Our first stop? A visit inside the home of entrepreneur Nina Lorentzen.
Hadeland Glassworks is the oldest industrial company in Norway, founded in 1762. Whether on the shelves of my friends’ childhood homes, or in the armoire at my bestemor’s house, the beautiful works of Hadeland Glassworks are a familiar part of my upbringing. And I believe most Norwegians would say the same.
We are introducing a new content series here at Blue House. The focus of our project? The Scandinavian homes of female creators, the inspiring work they are doing, and the spaces they have created around them. We’re excited to celebrate creativity, entrepreneurship, and women who inspire us.
Somehow I feel like gallery or picture walls are a controversial topic. Some love them, some detest the idea of a cluttered wall. Personally, I am always delighted by one done well. It is an opportunity to learn more about the person or family who has put it together. Where they’ve been, what they’ve loved, the story they choose to share.