Thursday, November 19, 2009


A Japanese home. Mobiles, flowers in different pots and beautiful art hanging.

The Selby

Tuesday, November 17, 2009


Already Tuesday? This past weekend we cooked a lot. And went to riding school. As we do every weekend.

Saturday, November 14, 2009

Sanna Annukka

Loving these prints by Sanna Annukka.
Have you seen her work for Marimekko?

Friday, November 13, 2009

Alison Bechdel

Have you read this? If not, please do. It's fantastic in so many ways. Alison Bechdel , Fun Home - A Family Tragicomic.

wallpaper samples

We will look no more. There are too many. These are the finalists for our dining room/kitchen wall. It won't be the lightblue with leaves. I love it - but not on this wall. The photos are horrible. My only excuse is this. November is all dusk and darkness (which I really enjoy in so many other ways)

Pattern Tales

Sandberg Miki grön/green

Wednesday, November 11, 2009

corner view - favourite dish - stockholm

When it comes to food I have many favourite dishes. This one is from a Turkish cookbook that I use a lot, Sultan's Kitchen by Özcan Ozan. It's fried eggplants and peppers with yogurt-garlic and tomato sauces.

This week's theme in Jane's corner view was chosen by Joyce.

Tuesday, November 10, 2009


Vitra asked people to send them photos of Vitra products in their homes. See the whole photo album here.
The Elephant stool by Sori Yanagi is an old favourite of mine.

Friday, November 6, 2009


Pillow cover OK by Elisabeth Dunker. I first saw it over at Fine Little Day, fell immediately in love and went and bought it at Envelop. I'll post my own photo as soon as I get it.

Thursday, November 5, 2009


I am a lazy blogger these days. Yesterday was wednesday and corner view and I missed that. Sorry. Anyway, glad to have you back, Jane and I'll be back on track next week.
As I mentioned earlier, I am still hooked on crocheting. I am getting a little tired of amugurumis though and have been looking for patterns elsewhere. As expected there are a lot of goodies on etsy. The only problem is that I don't understand the english patterns so I am trying to make myself some kind of informative and decorative translator to hang on the wall. This is what I've come up with so far. I found the translation on virkverket. Now I only need to learn photoshop better. One thing leads to another...

Monday, November 2, 2009

danish home

The home of Trine Andersen, owner of Ferm Living. I really like the Rush Hour pattern.



I am still making these.