A Calming Minimal Home Workspace

A look inside my home at my new calming minimal home workspace; along with some tips for staying focused whilst working from home.

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Hello there! After sharing photos of our kitchen area in my previous post (you can read the article here), I’m now sharing photos of the living room. The lightning here is almost magical. I also just love how the shadow creates these beaut…

News From Menu

Beautiful new imagery and products from one of my favorite Danish brands, Menu.

Minimal Hooks For The Home

A selection of my favourite minimal hooks
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So, there are two things I’m excited about at the moment: 1. SUMMER! Which means lot’s of barbecues with friends and family and late night wine sessions in the garden. (YES!) 2. PRIME DAY on Amazon is coming! Which means lot’s of d…

A Tour of Menu’s London Show Flat

Plinth, Low by Norm Architects Well Watering Can by Anderssen & Voll | Troll Vase Smoke by Andersen & Voll TR Bulb by Tim Rundle | Afteroom Dining Chair Plus by Afteroom Septembre Coffee Table, Marble by Theresa Arns | Échasse Bowl by Theresa Arns Globe Bulb | Socket Occasional Lamp by Norm Architects | Afteroom Bench by Afteroom Align Daybed by Anita Johansen POV Circle Vase […]

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March cravings

A new month is here and a new set of cravings I’ve been looking at!Pico waves hair clipSkagerak Reflect shelf and mirrorStriped trench coatTextured trousers Pebble earrings Jute crossbody Menu Offset sofa

Spring 2018 News from Menu

Phew! What a week! This post was originally drafted almost a week ago however Thursday night we had to take our sweet little girl into the ER. If you follow me on IG Stories then you might have seen some of the updates. Poor thing woke up with a lot of…

Scandinavian Home Office Essentials

I’ve been looking at some of my favourite interior design brands and have come up with this wish list of products for my perfect Scandinavian home office.

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Cyber Monday sales

I’d like to say that I stay away form the hype of these holiday sales but that’s not entirely true. You definitely won’t find me waking up at 4 am to stand in line at some storefront but online sales are totally different. Is it because I can shop in bed, maaaaybe! But it’s also because I like to get my Christmas presents purchased ahead of time so that most of December can be spent doing things like baking or spending time with family.
So if you’re anything like me, you’ll be making some purchases today while things are still on sale. Here are a few of my favorites!

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8 metallic candle holders

I’m finding it hard to adjust to the seasons, mostly just for the lack of light. The evening comes much sooner now and doing homework with the kids and making dinner when the sky is black, I’m feeling slow to adjust to it all. One of the best remedies to the dark months are those cozy elements that we really don’t need in the summer. The fireplace, a warm blanket, wool socks, and of course (and most importantly) candle light! That’s why I’ve gathered 8 of my favorite Scandinavian candle holders, along with a few others down below. Candle light can carry you through otherwise bleak and dark weather to make the most of this time by creating a cozy and inviting environment!

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Dark beauty

Norm Architects has partnered with Menu again on the interior architecture of an apartment in Copenhagen’s Nordhavn neighborhood Nordhavn. The old silo has been updated to include bespoke furniture, a kitchen, bathroom and even custom designed walls an…

In the kitchen

Our weekend wasn’t very eventful, unless you consider washing cabinets and drawers some kind of twisted version of excitement. And what do you do when your kitchen is feeling ultra clean and you know that with two kids under 7, it won’t remain like this for long? Take a picture, of course. Then spend the rest of the day trying to maintain its pristine condition in spite of meals and snacks for 4 people.

Also, you might remember this vintage Japanese brass spoon from the souvenirs I brought home from L.A. last month? It’s from Gjusta Goods.

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Using yellow in interiors

In the past I have been opposed to yellow in general, speaking out against it and then only mildly in favor of it in posts past. Generally speaking I’m not one to get excited about bright colors, but what’s the point of an opinion if you can’t change it? Lately I’ve seen more golden mustard yellows and I am really warming up to the look, especially when paired with another warm neutral like a pale brown or taupe.

Above is pictured a project by Claude Missir and features Synapse pendant lights from Apparatus Studio.

Gubi’s Nagasaki chairs with yellow seat cushions.

A collage of interior pieces in mustard yellow including:

A bathroom with an amazing yellow sink and toilet.

I’ve also gathered a few more favorites in this golden yellow shade below, including a non-interior piece, a dress by Lauren Manoogian that is just the perfect warm color for Spring.

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Current Mantle

At home with a bit of sun and a collection of things including a watering can and books on our mantle.

New Season Bedroom Accessories

As we’re coming out of winter I feel like it’s a good time to freshen things up in the house. I’ve got some great bedroom decor ideas from brands like Menu and West Elm.
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A Wood on Wood Kitchen in the Afternoon Light

Found via Menu’s Pinterest.

Menu SS17 reimagines products in marble, introduces brand new Tailor sofa

Running behind here with news from Menu’s SS’17 line. There was a lot going on last week leading up to Elin’s birthday party along with weeks and weeks of bad weather, the kids and I have been stuck indoors most days trying to find creative ways to pas…

my new desk chair

Our bedroom corner also serves as a makeshift desk. I can’t say that it’s completely finished as I’d like to figure out some sort of board or cork maybe to hold loose papers. Our printer also needs a home but I want something discreet because printers …

my saturday view

My morning view before we spend the most of the day outside. Hoping it’s beautiful and sunny wherever you are.Happy weekend!

Decorative Home Storage Ideas

1. Object Style Grey Concrete Storage Jars | 2. Menu Circula Bowl by Alexa Lixfeld | 3. Hay Bits & Bobs Glass Jar | 4. Bloomingville Seagrass Natural Basket | 5. Menu Jewellery Box in White Oak | 6. Carl Aubock Magazine Rack | 7. LSA Ivalo Glass Container & Ash Lid | 8. Object […]

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bathroom basics with DLK

Our bathrooms get a lot of use, I mean with two kids we are continually brushing teeth, combing hair and washing hands. Because of this I believe a few quality bathroom products are essential.Today I’m collaborating again with Design Life Kids to share…

carrie lamp

LED Carrie Lamp by Norm Architects for Menu.

stick system at home

Not long ago I shared photos of Menu’s displays at some of the furniture fairs in France and Copenhagen but they also have some really great design in their current collection, one of my favorites being the Stick System.This actually isn’t new to our h…

Menu’s “Modernism Reimagined” at Maison et Objet

Menu debuted a bunch of new items and new color options at North Modern and also at Maison et Objet, from which the bulk of these photos are from. I’m really liking the deep greens and blues together, a pair of colors I’ve always been fond of together….

still life

A corner of my desk with a gifted copy of Collected, my favorite dark bowl from Menu and a cup for pencils and brushes from HAY.


A photo I found on my camera roll, I still like these tones.

afternoon kitchen

Today I imported a load of photos to my laptop and somehow they all vanished. Out of 300 some photos, just about a dozen I took today from our kitchen remained. Now to find a way to retake all those lost photos. Sigh!

my corner desk

Since we’ve moved back home & Israel’s bedroom is now where our office was I’ve had to downsize my work area. I use the dining table most of the time but who I am I kidding really? I barely have time to work these days with both kids. Still, I wanted a small area to keep things or to work and get away from the rest of the family for a few quiet moments.My husband cut our old Ikea desktop down and attached it to the wall, sort of to appear floating but we can all see those supporting brackets! I hung a brass, horizontal organizer designed by Jan Plecháč & Henry Wielgus. I love having an area I can create a mood board or keep small papers off my table top. My stool Spin stool is from Huset as well as the Hay bits & bobs. These moody colors, deep shadows and texture are really inspiring to me right now and feel like I’m hanging on to the last bit of Winter coziness before the season changes.


Great styling and some of my favorite pieces from Menu’s upcoming Spring ’15 lineup.

a few current favorites

mingle cushion | arabesque wood soap | i-D magazine | shadow play candle holder


Snaregade tables come in rectangular and round, designed by Norm Architects for Menu.

jewelry box

Soft minimalism and rounded edges, a sleek jewelry box from Menu designed by Theresa Arns.


A little glimpse in to my home again. This time the kitchen area, a place that I’ve be meaning to decorate ever since we got our new kitchen (which was in February this year). Still didn’t got to it, but just used random things that we already had in the house. Still can’t wait to style it completely like I’ve envisioned it. Not that it will change dramatically, though, just a few touches. But first we’re going to replace the bar tables for a normal dining table (probably the Hay Loop stand table), which is happening today. So excited! Enjoy your weekend too.