23.5.16

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I have not blogged for a while...and one of the reasons is a lot of work and the other one is this little cute 
bullterrier puppy Leya! It is our new family member and only three and half months old. She requires a lot of attention at the moment and is turning our home upside down...but she is incredible charming and she gives 
us so much joy and love

11.5.16

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The norvegian student Hege Klein makes small space living look like a dream. Her 40 m2 apartment has only 
one room and a bathroom but still feels spacious and has everything needed for a comfortable living. The open 
space is clearly divided into different living areas; bedroom, work space, socialising, eating and cooking. The apartment is well planned and organized with space saving solutions, furniture with flexibility and double 
functions. Although it is small, Hege have created a simple but personal home and she is not one of the persons 
that dreams about living in a big house or having a big garden, she rather see the benefits of living small.
- Living in a small space requires less daily maintenance and there is also a smaller chance that your things will 
own you, she says. 

The home is published in the latest issue of danish femina. Made by me and photographed by Miguel Varanda.

9.5.16

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Starting off the week with this inspiring, calm, scandinavian apartment from gothenburg, sweden, with neutral 
tones of copper, wood and cognac against fresh white.

Found on myscandinavianhome.

5.5.16

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Another nicely styled apartment by the swedish stylist Johanna Bradford. My favourite room is the hallway, 
very inspiring and I love the beautiful wallpaper! More pictures from the home here.