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Spending my last lazy days of holiday enjoying time alone with the kids. We sleep late, have long breakfasts, go back to bed again for a bit and properly start the day sometime after lunch seeing friends and saying hi to the sun. It has been the most amazing summer and it is just about now I´m getting that feeling of being excited to go back to work again. Lots of fun things coming up, new cooperations and hopefully also a new office to go to. But first, we will go back to bed for a bit again.
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Back from three amazing weeks in France (I won´t post more on that right now as you probably might feel overdozed if you follow me on Instagram). While being there I went through an abnormal amount of interior magazines and one thing that caught my eye in Vanity Fair was this amazing penthouse suite of the Greenwich Hotel (owned by Robert De Niro amongst others), designed by Belgian Axel Vervoordt. So inspired by the colors & materials that he uses and would love to stay there sometime even though I´m pretty sure my economy won´t allow it….but one can always dream.
Photo: David Prince
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Ok 3 houses in a row captured by Prue Roscoe might seem boring but I just can´t seem to get enough….I´m guessing you can see why.
Like previous post on calm simplicity I had to show some more beautiful things also captured by Matthew Williams.
After days of intense work it´s so great to get half a day just going back to a blank page in your head for up coming projects while avoiding to the rain outside and listening to music. For all of my international readers you might not have discovered this incredible Swedish woman, Sabina Ddumba, yet – amazing voice and song, check it out here. Would love to hear what you are listening to at the moment, please please share….x
As deep as my love is for clean lines, soft greytones and Scandinavian touch to an interior – equally much do I like to sometimes shift away from that looking at the use of fabrics, warmer moods and colors. I can get so fed up with everything looking exactly the same here in the Nordics and after spending time in my friend´s amazing house in London I realized that I have really missed all of this. The combination and possibility to enjoy both is just perfect.
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