With spring comes cleaning!

And what is better than reorganazing and redecorating at the same time? Well, for me that is the only way to do a proper spring cleaning. In our house the room that needs constant reorganizing is Alices room. Together we use to wath this kids show on TV that is called Fixa rummet, in english that is Fixing the room, where kids together with the team … Continue reading With spring comes cleaning!

My talented friend

Just pinteresting a bit this morning with babyS and coffe and ended up finding my very talented friend Karins work on photos styled by Daniella Witte. This beautiful flower pots, or containers for anything, are designed by Sarah Widman in collaboration with DBKD. And DBKD, thats Karin my friend. Find more ofher things at dbkd.se. Karin is not only a good friend, she is a woman … Continue reading My talented friend

Winter outside, sun inside

Yes it’s true, it’s snowing  outside and Spring forgot that it had to fight. So I am starting the weekend with some sunny interior pictures, some African design inspiration! All pictures from the Elle Est Belle Mon Afrique. Maybe the weekend will give time for some DIY with all my african fabrics? Have an arm chair that needs some love. What are your weekend plans? Continue reading Winter outside, sun inside

Sarjaton by Iittala, talking to my Scandi and African style

Last years collection from Iittala, Sarjaton, is a beautiful piece of design. I stumbled upon a series of pictures at decordots, a blog written by Anu that has a big interest of Scandinavian design. For me as a swede scandi design is all over and a piece like Sarjaton easily disappears in the masses, but when seeing all the pictures together it vowed me over and I … Continue reading Sarjaton by Iittala, talking to my Scandi and African style

At home: blue and green

I like patterns and colors. And they bring a comfortable impression when mixed and matched. Today I give blues and greens. From our home. Just a little collection of things hanging out in our bedroom. Talking to each other and giving us the feeling of being at home.   From top: New swedish Elle; Dödsklockan, a book by my favourite swedish writer Kerstin Ekman (printed in 1979); home … Continue reading At home: blue and green