journal

the importance of enclothed cognition

  In the thrum of our modern world we have become accustomed to different dress for different modes. At home, we slip out of our work clothes and into soft slippers and cozy clothes. Even the very act of taking a watch off your wrist can cause an immediate shift in relaxation.     Yet when it co...

bank holiday. feet up.

  With the bank holiday coming up, we thought we'd look at how some of our mahabis wearers choose to put their feet up and enjoy their downtime.    feet up together //   photo: @livingnotes check out our larvik light grey slippers here.   feet up in morocco // photo: @fauszimausi check out our...

the history of the slipper

  Feeling comfortable is one of life’s simple pleasures. Whether it’s sleeping on a pillow, lying on a soft mattress, or slipping into warm slippers, these little luxuries have all become part of our daily routines. And from travel pillows to memory foam mattresses, most have evolved to keep up w...

mahabis moments

  mahabis is the slipper for your everyday adventures, and we thought we'd take a look at how they fit into our mahabis wearer's everyday lives, and the various activities they become part of.    on the go // Step out in comfort, with our detachable soles. photo: @cirkeline   packing //  Take t...

mahabis stories // discovering rjukan, norway

  The place behind the name for our Rjukan Red sits at the foot of Norway's most beautiful mountain, Gaustatoppen. Rjukan itself is a UNESCO world heritage site, and has a rich history to boot.  The town is named after Rjukan Falls, a 104m waterfall to the west. Literally translated it means 'the...

mahabis reviews // part one

  We love hearing back from our mahabis wearers about what they think of their mahabis, so we've picked a few of our favourite reviews to share.   'never been a big slipper wearer,  have barely taken them off as they are so comfortable. try a pair - you won't regret it!' - d. walter      ‘love...

mahabis stories // discovering larvik

  Continuing our coverage of the origin stories of our colours, we move on to Larvik. One of our classic colours, Larvik Grey is named after a town and municipality in Vestfold county, Norway. The birthplace of explorer Thor Heyerdahl, and the first entry point of the vikings is edged with lighth...

mahabis around the world

  We love seeing how our mahabis wearers like to wear their mahabis, and the variety of locations that they end up in across the world. From Nami Island to Madrid, from sea to snow, we decided to take a look at where in the world our mahabis wearers are deciding putting their feet up.   seoul, s...
mahabis worldwide

mahabis around the world

  We love seeing how our mahabis wearers like to wear their mahabis, and the variety of locations that they end up in across the world. From Nami Island to Madrid, from sea to snow, we decided to take a look at where in the world our mahabis wearers are deciding putting their feet up.   seoul, s...
spring traditions

mahabis journal // spring traditions around the world

  Spring as a season offers many things. The change in daylight savings, the blue reappearing in the sky and the flowers emerging from the ground signify the end of winter. For some places, it also indicates the future success of the harvest and new life. Many cultures celebrate with parties, fie...
mahabis stories // discovering gotland

mahabis stories // discovering gotland

  At mahabis, our design aesthetic is largely based on scandinavian minimalism. From Larvik to Skane, each of our brand colours is named after a specific Scandinavian town or city. We decided to celebrate the influences behind the names of our colours and styles, beginning with our Gotland Green....
the mirrorcube, sweded

the tree hotel // sweden

  Found in Harads, northern Sweden, this mirrored glass box hides the perfect getaway location. Suspended high in the trunk of a tree, this 4x4x4 metre cube is built with reflective glass to reflect its surroundings and the sky. Designed by Tham & Videgârd, its camouflaged image reflects the...
mahabis ambassador // ian andrew nelson

mahabis interviews // ian andrew nelson

  Before we begin, describe what you do in a sentence. I am the Creative Director for Remember Nhu and a Freelance Commercial and Travel Photographer.      When did you start taking an interest in photography? Actually it was when I first got an iPhone about 6 years ago! My whole life I've alwa...
sunday guide to valencia

sunday guide to // valencia

  Continuing our Sunday guide series, we travel to Valencia. Read on to share in our recommendations on what to see, do and eat before resting your head in one of Spain's most vibrant year-round destinations.   see // Valencia is so diverse that it's certainly not possible to see even a fractio...
arturo alvarez

innovative light, by arturo alvarez

  We take a look at the work of designer Arturo Alvarez. Inspired by nature and the relationships between humans, he creates unique handmade lights to convey a more emotional lighting. Alvarez works with specific materials so that his lights surpass the everyday, and instead express much more thr...
how to create your downtime haven

how to create your downtime haven

  A bedroom can be a sanctuary away from the world. A beautiful fort of comfort, and a place to hide away and renew your strength. Making your bed an expression of tranquility can change your mindset when you finally flop down between the sheets, it can invite downtime and dreams. Take a look at ...
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