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My January wishlist

Wishlist in January

Christmas was not that long ago, but seeing all the beautiful SS16 collections from some of my favourite brands has made me add quite a few things to my never-endnig-wishlist. I’ve picked out a few things from the list to share with you today.

The Muuto restore storage basket has been on my list for quite some time. I actually thought about buying one or two for my boy’s room. They are really pretty, and it would be perfect for some of his toys. But lately I’ve been thinking about adding one to our new cozy corner in the dining room. The storage basket would be perfect right next to the sofa. I would fill it with magazines, books, toys and all the other stuff we ‘forget’ in there.

I’ve had my eyes on the ‘older’ version of the ferm LIVING collect vases. But the new edition of the collect vases from the SS16 collection is much more me. I bet I’ll end up buying it.

Another thing on my wishlist is the new maze blanket from ferm LIVING. It’s also from the new collection. Even though I’m still in love with the one I’ve got, I think it’s a January thing. My kids snug up in the sofa with either a book or an iPad and the blanket, and some days (I’m sure you know those days too), I wish I had two blankets – one for each of them.

I wrote about the new Gravity Rack from Nomess last year as well. I’m still rather smitten with it, and even though I don’t have a space for it yet, I’m still dreaming about it. It’s a pretty cool idea.

This beautiful Annaleena print has appeared on my wishlist before. I still love the pink stairs, and I’m hoping that one day it’ll hang on my wall.

Gravity Rack from Nomess – your hallway will love it

Yesterday, an email from Nomess landed in my inbox about their Gravity Rack, which is a pretty cool wardrobe solution. It’s super easy to hang. Just take a look at the video at the end of this post.

I kind of like the idea that it is easy to take down, if you need more space. It’s super simple, yet very beautiful. The bended metal tube is held in its position only by a cord string – this string is fixed to the wall by two metal hooks. The Gravity Rack was designed by Thomas Schnur and the maximum weight is 20 kg.

When it’s time to redo our hallway, I’ll keep this one in mind.

Gravity Nomess

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Making a wishlist for my daughter

Today my daughter and I started looking at things to add to her wishlist. We’ve been talking about things to add for a while now. But sooner or later people will start asking for a list, so I figured why not get started now. Here are some of the things she picked out so far. I’ll add a few more things as we get closer to Christmas.

Wishlist girl Christmas

 

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