Source: Erik Olsson
Source: Erik Olsson
I’ve just retured from Berlin (a snowy Berlin that is, which was cold but also fun to see the city like that) and today is my first day back at work after a nice long Easter break.
I’ll be writing a mini-guide about Berlin really soon. But in the meantime, I hope you enjoyed traveling to New York with Tina, while I was gone.
While enjoying a quiet night in the apartment in Berlin, I had the time to catch up on my online reading, and I found this really amazing Swedish apartment.
I just wanted to pop in for a few seconds today. I’m really busy – but it’s the good kind of busy. I’m learning so much and my head is full of inspiration. It’s the second week of Blogging Your Way Blog Boss – and I’m ready for more. Have a lovely Monday out there.
Source: NY Times
My home office space is way too small for me these days. We’re working on a new solution, and hopefully we’ll get a much bigger desk soon. Until then, I’m dreaming about beautiful storage. Like this minimalistic W+W Stationary Series created by Oliver Franz for Ideaco. The “W+W” stands for white ceramic and wood.
Source: ideaco via design milk
I’m quite obsessed with the details in this lovely flat. Sit back, relax, enjoy a cup of coffee, and let your eyes wander after a long day at work. There are quite a few DIY projects for you to try out.
I would have loved to have left all the sickness behind in 2012 – but somehow I get the feeling that I’m being followed. I hardly slept the night before yesterday and I was home from work and so was my gal yesterday. We relaxed on the couch, watched Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and visited the doctor. Now it’s time to get up and go to work again. But I’m still so tired.
But before I leave, I want to share a beautiful desk solution with you. This is just the kind of desk we’ve been looking for. You can find more information and pictures right here (It’s in Danish).