I dream about a trip to Berlin these days. I’m in need of some serious inspiration (which I know I’ll find there) and some time away from home. I would love to wake up in an apartment like this one in Schöneberg in Berlin, go out for breakfast with the kids and husband and just enjoy what the city has to offer.
Source: Fantastic Frank
Browsing Fantastic Frank’s website this morning I couldn’t help but save a few pictures for inspiration. I’m drawn to many details in this beautiful Stockholm home. Just take a look at the beautiful prints on the wall, the objects neatly displayed on the shelves, the cozy looking bedroom and the fresh herbs and the tiles in the kitchen. And most of all, I love the mix of old and new.
Source: Fantastic Frank
It has been a wonderful couple of days filled with visits from the Easter bunny, great food, drinks, fantastic company, a trip to the sea, loving family moments, garden moments and so much more. I’m ready for a new (short) week.
I’ve been adding a lot of pictures of coffee to my Pinterest board the last couple of days. I guess I’m in a bit of a coffee mood, which isn’t that bad. Today, I came across this beautiful kitchen, with a perfect little coffee spot. I wouldn’t mind getting up in the morning, enjoy my cup of coffee right there and then get on with the day.
A few weeks back, when I was home sick, I was reading about the Danish family living in this apartment in New York. I found the magazine again today, and couldn’t help but study the pictures again. I’m in love with this apartment. Just have a look, and I’m sure you’ll fall in love with it as well.
I’m off to bed soon. My son isn’t feeling well, so I predict a crazy night ahead of me. I should get some sleep while he’s sleeping.
While in Gothenburg I stopped by Artilleriet in Magasinsgatan. It’s a must stop by shop when I’m in the city. And a natural stop before getting a cup of coffee at da Matteo right next door.
I really wanted to buy the “Welcome to the city of champions” print by Playtype. But somehow I left the shop without it, but with another nice treat for myself though. I then returned home and started researching for new blog posts, and I came across the print again. I saw it in this beautiful home on Alvhem.
The home, which is not for sale anymore is located in the same street as another of our must stop by places in the city. We always enjoy a meal at Egg & Milk.
I’m loving the Gothenburg print in the kitchen as well as the selection of coffee. Yes, I did spot coffee beans from da Matteo. I wouldn’t mind going back – maybe a little getaway with out the kids.
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