About us

Welcome to Fine Little Day

We are the design company that believes in the expression of play, passionate craftsmanship, hand drawn lines and in ideas with a story to tell. The company was founded in 2007 by designer and photographer Elisabeth Dunker who is Fine Little Days leading designer.

We stand for environmentally friendly products with high artistic quality. The range includes everything from bed linen, kitchen-and interior fabrics, posters and fashion, for children and young-at-heart adults.

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Fine Little Day started out as a blog 2007, by artist and photographer Elisabeth Dunker. It didn’t take long before snap shots from Elisabeths daily life, nature walks, flee finds and more was loved by readers all over the world. The blog has been featured in publications and blogs such as Vogue living, Lucky Magazine, Design Sponge, Apartment Therapy and The New York Times. And also listed on: The independent/50 Best interior websites 2013, Vogue Japan/Top 3 blogs for Moms and Kids 2012, Times Online UK/ 50′ the world’s best design blogs 2011, Martha Stewart/Best of the Blogs, 2008, among others.

In collaboration with Swedish publisher Natur and Kultur, the world of Fine Little Day turned into a book 2014, which also has been published in Japanese, Korean and English.

Environmental Statement

With nature as a major inspiration, Fine Little Day believes that it is ofgreat importance to safeguard and highlight eco friendly products. Wecherish honest materials and choose sustainable and organic materials where easible. All our cotton products are GOTS certified organic with Oekotex class 1 certification. We use FSC marked paper in all our production and strive for quality in all aspects of the production, fair to people and the environment.

DESIGNERS

Elisabeth Dunkers

ELISABETH DUNKER

Fine Little Day blog was founded 2007 by me, Elisabeth Dunker. The blog is inspiration focused and features everything from book reviews, crafts, patterns, interiors and art, to DIY projects and home tours. The blog is very much about appreciating everyday life, about creativity and eye candy in different forms. I’m especially drawn to creative expressions outside cultural norms, handmade things, folk art, outsider art and kid’s art.

Mogu Takahashi

Mogu Takahashi

Original drawing in color by Japanese artist Mogu Takahashi from exhibition “Grow Slowly” at Fine Little Day Oct 10-Nov 7 2015.

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Karin Cyrén

Fine Little Day blog was founded 2007 by me, Elisabeth Dunker. The blog is inspiration focused and features everything from book reviews, crafts, patterns, interiors and art, to DIY projects and home tours. The blog is very much about appreciating everyday life, about creativity and eye candy.

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MARTA FROMME

Fine Little Day blog was founded 2007 by me, Elisabeth Dunker. The blog is inspiration focused and features everything from book reviews, crafts, patterns, interiors and art, to DIY projects and home tours. The blog is very much about appreciating everyday life, about creativity and eye candy in different forms. I’m especially drawn to creative expressions outside cultural norms, handmade things, folk art, outsider art and kid’s art.

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STEFFI BROCCOLI

Original drawing in color by Japanese artist Mogu Takahashi from exhibition “Grow Slowly” at Fine Little Day Oct 10-Nov 7 2015.

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Ekta Ekta

Fine Little Day blog was founded 2007 by me, Elisabeth Dunker. The blog is inspiration focused and features everything from book reviews, crafts, patterns, interiors and art, to DIY projects and home tours. The blog is very much about appreciating everyday life, about creativity and eye candy.