If you're lucky enough to have a fireplace and would like a stylish alternative for storing your logs, then maybe this might be an idea? This wall mounted log holder from Nestor Martin combines modern design and functionality, and I think it's gorgeous!
If your house was burning, what would you take with you? In the blog The Burning house, we get a glimpse into peoples lives, based solely on this question. What you would bring with you reflects who you are, and it's so much fun trying to imagine the person behind all these things.
If my house was burning I would definitely save my family first, but I would also bring my laptop, old photos, the jewellery I inherited from my grandmother, a teddy bear I had as a child and could never sleep without, letters from friends that makes me smile, my embarrassing diaries from when I was a teenager and a ring given to me by my boyfriend. I would try to save as much as possible, but these are the things I could not do without.
What about you? I would really like to hear what you would bring if your house was on fire. What are the things closest to your heart?
Frida, who runs the lovely blog Trendenser, has an impeccable eye for interior design, and today she shows her readers how to put together a beautiful but simple table setting. I love the idea of using old newspapers as table mats, and the folded paper used for serving snacks. And the idea of using fresh herbs instead of flowers is just brilliant! See more pictures here.