Lilacs

It is May and in Denmark that means that the lilacs are in full bloom. To me they are the scent of late spring. On my way home from work I pass by several lilac bushes (trees?) and every time I pass by I sort of get a reminiscence of childhood and those first warm

Form

Many of you probably know Lyngby Porcelain for their iconic vases. But did you know that they also have a collection of glass vases? I didn’t… And the history behind them is actually quite interesting: “Lyngby Porcelain had a separate arts department, known to have some of the most skilled and talented porcelain painters. Their

Plant market

While Trine spent her long weekend in Perth, Australia, I went to a pop up plant market in the meatpacking district (Kødbyen) in Copenhagen this Saturday with my sisters. Every weekend there is a street food market in Kødbyen but this weekend there was a special plant feature which based on the number of people

Outdoor spaces #3

I got all inspired by my own post about outdoor spaces the other day which means that I have been looking for a few different “looks”. This time it is all about the clean Nordic neutral black and white look that I know so many of you love as much as I do – and

Sakura fever

This weekend the Japanese cherry trees were in (almost) full bloom in Copenhagen and like what seemed to be the rest of Copenhagen aka “Sakura Fever” we went to enjoy (and photograph) this amazing place that only looks like this for a very short period of time each year. Sakura is actually a Japanese term

Velvet on my mind

I have velvet on my mind… I guess that because I was born in the 80s and not the 70s I do not have a great aversion against velvet. Au contraire! At the moment I would not mind stocking up on everything velvet from pillows, to chairs, drapes, sofas and I could go on. Ask