AD Frequency collection by Kelly Wearstler for Georg Jensen

I couldn’t be more excited that Spring is finally here. After what felt like a really long winter, the light is finally back. We’ve had a lot of sunshine this week and it feels so good. I’ve been looking for magnolia branches everywhere this spring, but wasn’t able to find any. This week a good friend brought me some from her garden. I’ve styled the newly launched Frequency collection by Kelly Wearstler for George Jensen with the branches and think the collection is beautiful.

Georg Jensen’s craftsmanship and timeless aesthetics work so well with Kelly Wearsler’s striking and original wave-like shapes. Don’t you love the way the collection reflects everything?

You can find out more about the collection here. The items are available in stores and online. I think you’ll agree with me that this is a beautiful, timeless collection.

Frequency collection by Kelly Wearstler for Georg Jensen

Frequency collection by Kelly Wearstler for Georg Jensen

FREQUENCY COLLECTION BY KELLY WEARSTLER FOR GEORG JENSEN

FREQUENCY COLLECTION BY KELLY WEARSTLER FOR GEORG JENSEN

Frequency collection by Kelly Wearstler for Georg Jensen

The beautiful hurricane lanterns from the Frequency collection can be used both inside and outside. I can’t wait to have them out on our patio in the summer. For now though, I’m enjoying them inside, as it’s still a little on the chilly side.

Frequency new collection by Kelly Wearstler for Georg Jensen

Frequency new collection by Kelly Wearstler for Georg Jensen

This is the medium sized bowl, but there are other sizes and shapes too.

Frequency new collection by Kelly Wearstler for Georg Jensen

The vase can be styled in so many different ways. With a nice bouquet of flower or with a simple branch or two from the garden. The vase is quite a statement even without flowers.

Frequency new collection by Kelly Wearstler for Georg Jensen

Frequency new collection by Kelly Wearstler for Georg Jensen

Frequency collection by Kelly Wearstler for Georg Jensen

Photography and styling © Hege Morris

This blog post was sponsored by Georg Jensen. All views are my own.