Tag: Home

The perfect home

What does the perfect home look like? I’m interested in the different spaces you create in each room. Being a family of four – well we need our own personal space, but we also need spaces around the house, where we can play, read and just hang out together.

Because we’re still decorating and moving things around in our new home, I think about this a lot. We’re still walking around the house, looking for solutions and getting lots of new ideas. We know that one day,  we’ll want a new kitchen and a new bathroom. But that’s the huge projects. The tiny and smaller projects take up a lot of time too.

Right now I’m starting to get a bit impatient. I just want all the tiny and small stuff out of the way, so I can move on to the interesting part. I still don’t have a proper office corner, and it’s starting to bug me. I’ve got the table, the chair, the view, postcards and pictures for decorating and of course my mac. But I still don’t feel a home.

Source: Alvhem – Apartment TherapyAlvhem – Shootfactory

Getting organised…

I was reading through The Guardian today, and found some pretty cool ideas for getting organised. I especially like the children’s art and craft storage solution. It looks great, and you never know where to stack all your baking trays anyway.

I’m on a mission – I want to store my food in different jars with labels on each and one of them. So seeing this picture online today, made me want to go look for cool labels and jars. What about you – are you on a similar mission? And did you have any luck finding labels?

Another thing I haven quite figured out yet is where to place gift wrapping stuff. I always end up with quite a selection, and I never know where to put it all. So I might actually consider this idea.

Finally, hanging on the ikea hangers – yes it is in fact tights. I didn’t notice that before reading the text. But it really is a great idea.

So after this little bit of inspiration, I think I’ll try and get a bit more organised during the summer holiday. It’s the perfect project for a rainy day.

Source: The Guardian

Lovely London

Det her hjem i Brixton, London er super hyggeligt. Læg mærke til de fine stole og sofaen i stuen, det dejlige børneværelse, alle bøgerne og gangen, med det flotte gulv og billeder på væggen. Læs meget mere om stedet lige her.

Take a look at this cozy home in Brixton, London. Notice the amazing sofa and chairs in the living room, the cute playroom, all the books and the lovely floor in the hall. Read much more about this place right here.

Images: design-milk.com

Læsestof til efterårsferien

I den sidste uges tid er der udkommet nye numre af e-magasinerne Lonny, by fryd og papier mache. Her får du en forsmag på dem, samt et udpluk af mine favorit sider.

by fryd 2

by fryd 2 er et virkelig lækkert magasin fyldt med inspirerende billeder og et meget lækkert layout. Der er mulighed for at gå på opdagelse i et meget gennemført hjem i Fjeldborg. I huset bor Ingrid, Vidar og katten Madicken. Eller du kan nyde flotte billeder fra Bergamo.

Så har du fået lyst til at læse endnu mere, så kan du finde hele magasinet her.

Lonny Magazine oct/nov. 2010

Lonny Magazin fylder 1 år og det fejre de med oktober/november magazinet, som du kan slappe af med her i ferien. I magasinet kan du se mange flotte boliger, men du kan også så småt begynde at tænke på julegaver. Lonny har nemlig en flot Gift Guide, som byder på mange dejlige og anderledes gaver. Blandt andet vil jeg fremhæve den fede læbe-telefon, som jeg slæbte med hjem til mit teenageværelse på min første tur til London. Ellers kan du travel in style, hvis din næste ferie skal gå til Zürich.

Jeg er ret vild med isene under billedet. Er du også faldet for dem, så kan du købe dem her.

Der er hele 259 flotte sider i dette nummer af Lonny Magazine og du kan læse resten  her.

papier mache magazine issue four

Det Australske magasin papier mache er henvendt til børnefamilier. Og her er der DIY projekter, masser af lækkert børnetøj, flotte illustrationer og billeder.

Læn dig tilbage og læs hele magasinet her.

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