Do you know Fantastic Frank? He is a real estate agent from Stockholm, Sweden, and on his webpage you can find so many beautifully styled homes – most of them with a Scandinavian/Nordic feel. This one is no exception with its monochrome black and white look. Even the children’s room is mainly black and white.
Last week I visited Søstrene Grene to buy some gift wrapping paper. When walking through the store I realized what a long way they have come. There were so many nice little interior things and half way through the store my eyes caught this little beauty I love the color and the size (and the
A few weeks ago we shared this colourful home. Today it’s about something completely different. This time the colours are quite neutral but the home is special in so many other ways. I found this super cool and super special loft apartment during my search for glass walls. The architects have used a mix of
Ever since I stayed at Sanderson in London back in 2010 I have loved glass walls between rooms. Sanderson is a five star luxury boutique hotel designed by Philippe Starck. We stayed in a nice room with a glass wall between the bedroom and bathroom. Sanderson, London. [Image Source: www.youropi.com] I generally love glass buildings
It is time for one more “real” home. This time it is a house that is actually on the market right now . The house is located in one of the most attractive areas in Copenhagen – right next to the city lakes and a few minutes from the city center – “Kartoffelrækkerne”. I love
Some of you may already have seen the beautiful pictures by Mikkel Adsbøl of the amazing Copenhagen apartment that has been published by Bo Bedre I love getting inspiration from “real” homes and this is one of the really pretty (and really big) ones. The apartment is 355 square meters (!) and is located right
Photo credit: Københavns Kommune The Copenhagen lamp was designed by the the Copenhagen city architect back in 1977. The lamps have hung in the streets ever since and provided light to even the most dodgy streets. Imagine what those lamps have seen… Over the recent years the City of Copenhagen has decided to start to