Friday, 30 November 2012

Therese Sennerholt

I've previously mentioned the talented Therese Sennerholt in my blog, and I absolutely love everything she does. Today, she launched three new prints and a set of new postcards. The alphabet postcards are a must buy for me, you can find them here.

Image: Therese Sennerholt

The first snow

Tonight the first snow fell here in the south of Sweden. It didn't snow a lot, but enough for me to get that tingling feeling. Tomorrow, it's the first of December, and Christmas is just some weeks away. Can't wait!

Image: Modern Hepburn

Saturday, 24 November 2012

A Danish apartment

I love the colour scheme in this Danish apartment. The dusty grey combined with the untreated floorboards gives the rooms an elegant style. Love!

Images: the guardian via Lotta Agaton

Tuesday, 20 November 2012

Four bathrooms

For me, bathrooms are so much more than just a place to shower. It's a place to relax and focus on yourself. Therefore I want the design to be simple and in neutral shades. Just like the images below.

Image: Emmas Designblogg

Image: The Style Files

Image: Emmas Designblogg

Image: Hege Greenall-Scholtz

Wednesday, 14 November 2012

Three different nightstands

I love how one piece of furniture can give a room a completely different look. I found for example these three different nightstands on the blog Stylizimo. Which one is your favourite? I think I like the stool best. It's simple, but still gives the room some warmth.

Images: Sylizimo via Trendenser

Wednesday, 7 November 2012


When the weather gets colder it becomes more important that your home is warm and cozy. Blankets, throws, cushions and rugs are important, and I would love to have these from Reflejos de mi tierra in my home.

Thursday, 1 November 2012

Simple DIY

Frida with the popular blog Trendenser always has the best DIY ideas. I love when DIY is so simple, that anyone can do it, even me. Like putting up paintings so that the back faces the front, making a beautiful side table by painting a tree stump or using chalkboard paint to give your mug a more personal look.

Images: Trendenser