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Thursday
Feb232017

I want 

I'm like a spoilt child. If I see something I like then I want what I see. Please mummy can I have a beach hut right on the beach? Just meters from the water? Pleeeeeeaaaase. Except I'd want sand not shingle but you can't have it all. Beach House by Studiomama.

Photography by Ben Anders

Friday
Dec232016

Modern and moody in black, grey and brown

I spotted this 1915, 400m2 home located outside Copenhagen on Bo Bedre and had to share because dark tones are EVERYTHING and this is how you do dark right. A Scandinavian modern vibe with moody tones of black, grey and brown, an eclectic mix of furnishings, and dark painted woodwork, this is pretty much my dream home. (Photos: Mads Mogensen)

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Friday
Nov112016

Pastel colours in a Swedish apartment

If I ever had any doubts about using pastels in a home, they have all been washed away. I had to share this home in Stockholm because I am going to dream about it allllllll day. And all weekend. So damn pretty!!! Via Bo Bedre, photos: Jonas Interstedt.

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Friday
Oct142016

Runaway to Mallorca

Today we started with a stunning restoration in Morocoo, then a home in the most beautiful bay in Florida, and I just spotted this gorgeous holiday villa in Mallorca that I had to share. It is owned by Lutz (and architect) and Bente (the designer) Reimers who live in Hamburg Germany and this is their paradise escape from harsh winters. I love the combination of Danish and local design in this home. Wonderfully unexpected and works so well together. Via Bo Bedre, photos: Morten Holtum.  

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Friday
Jun172016

The home of Barbara Í Gongini

I have an unhealthy love of avant-garde clothing, most notably from 2 designers, one of them being Barbara Í Gongini (the other is Rick Owens). One day I discovered Femina had done a story on Barbara's home in Copenhagen and I was pleased to see her minimalist home was as stylish as her clothing. I love the simplicity of it, the contrast of black and white and the subtle textures and patterns. 

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