I am back home from Copenhagen until Wednesday before I fly to Stockholm ( I will let you in soon about this ), and finally I have some time to look at the photos I have taken during 3 Days of Design and edit them. I have already posted on my Instagram about some of the showrooms I visited but I think my stories are even more fun plus they are always live and in the moment, so if you are wondering where I am and what I am doing, checking up on them is the best place to start! My schedule during 3 Days of Design was very hectic even on the 31st up until the 4th when I left, tomorrow I will be posting about my highlights so stay tuned!
On June 1st me and Elisabeth were invited to the opening party for the Frama Studio Apartment. The space which is the home of Frama founder Niels Strøyer Christophersen and it is only open for public viewing only 3 days per year during the design event in Copenhagen. I took a few photos of some of the rooms, mainly the bedroom, walk in closet and kitchen and dining room, I wish I had more time to go around and shoot more but between mingling and enjoying myself time just flew before we had to dash for the Menu dinner party later that evening. Niels home is an experience on its own, an impeccably styled space but very inviting at the same time. If you happen to visit next year 3 Days of Design don’t miss the public opening, this was one of the most soulful places I got to see during my stay.
Unfortunately I didn’t get to visit the Frama store due to lack of time, but I did get to smell the new fragrance St. Pauls and I highly recommend it, I didn’t buy it in Copenhagen but hopefully Kollekted By in Oslo (which is in my neighborhood very conveniently) will stock it as soon as I move , this and a set of Frama hand wash and cream it will be the perfect gift to myself to celebrate my new apartment!
//Photography and Editing by Katerina Dima