Right now I’m sitting at our dining room table looking out on a grey Sunday white drinking a cup of coffee. The kids are out playing soccer, and I’m at home writing an application for a job among other things.
It’s been a wonderful weekend full of good people, inspiration, cleaning, movie afternoon with the kids, holiday planning for 2017, wine, g&t, coffee and a granny bun from Penny Lane. I couldn’t ask for much more.
I thought I’ll leave you with some interior inspiration – and the color for today is grey with a hint of white. Enjoy <3
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On Monday, I fell in love big time. I was scrolling along Facebook, when a beautiful bookcase from Stylizimoblog appeared on my phone. I had to know more about this Ikea hack. I found more pictures of this grey bookcase, and my crush became even bigger.
The bookcase is made out of two of the biggest VALJE shelf units. Add to that a beautiful grey color. I’m crazy about this light grey color. No wonder Nina was inspired, when she saw a similar bookcase on Anna Kubel’s blog. I think I might have to convince my husband that this is the best idea I’ve had in a while. I showed him the bookcase on Monday (I couldn’t help myself), and his first reaction was… do you need yet another bookcase. Yup, and I’ll find a way 😉
Images: via Stylizimoblog and Anna Kubel
I didn’t plan to take a break away from Espresso Moments during my Easter Break. But it sort of happened anyway.
I’ve had some wonderful days with my family. Seeing both sides of our extended families, a trip to Copenhagen with my husband (more about that in a later post), a lot of play dates for both kids, relaxing times at home – well I managed to fit quite a bit into this break.
Before I leave today, I want to show a few pictures, which inspired me during my break.
Have a wonderful week <3
All images via Stadshem: 1 – 2 – 3 – 4
It’s Friday and what a wonderful Friday it is. We don’t have a lot of plans this weekend, which is really nice. We should do this more often, actually.
I want to share a beautiful Swedish home with you today. I always enjoy looking at these monochrome homes. I could never live like that (we’ve got too much stuff), but I find these homes really inspiring. Seeing this home, I want to paint my walls like the gorgeous office space – it’s really something special.
Stop by on Sunday
Before I leave you I want to tell you about a blogpost I’ve got planned for Sunday. I’ve got a few DIY projects for Easter planned for you, so I hope you’ll stop by. I’m pretty sure you and your kids (if you’ve got any)will love them, and your Easter table will look great. I’m planning on making a few of the decorations with my kids this weekend as well. As soon as we’re finished, I’ll share a picture or two on Instagram.
Have a fantastic weekend <3
1. I really really really want this amazing shopping bag by Yvonne Koné – 2. The really cool aluminium wallchair would be perfect in our newly painted hallway – 3. Cool grey eggcups – 4. The air plane doorstop (we’re make so many air planes around here these days) – 5. Pia Wallen’s Cross blanket in grey – nothing much to say about this except it’s perfect – 6. Be You print – it would be great in our bedroom.
I wanted to create a collage or a wishlist for quite some time now – but I never got around to it before now. But I love doing this, so hopefull this will not be my last. I’m still new at this collage thing, so please let me know what you think.
It’s getting cold outside, and it’s time to snuggle up inside with a nice warn cup of hot chocolate, your favourite book or magazine and a warm plaid. Here are some of my favourite things for fall.
1: BALlab 40 squared pillow 2: Cross Plaid by Pia Wallen 3: Cup by Line Rønnest 4: Hot water bottle by Fine Little Day 5: New grey Krenit bowl by Normann Copenhagen 6: Boxes by Bungalow 7: Pirum Parum poster by Fine Little Day 8: Urban vases by ferm LIVING