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Perfect home displays, the Danish way

These wonderful images of Jo's (of Danish jewellery brand Line and Jo)'s home shot by Line Klein are a lesson in how to display all of those personal items which are way to fabulous to stow away in the bottom of a wardrobe somewhere  (and lets face it, provides another excuse to buy more shoes.....as if we needed one?!).






Line Klein and Yvonne Kone via Emmas Designblogg

What items do you love to display around your home?
PS You can check out more of Line Klein's interior photography and Yvonne Koné's home photographed by Line on My Scandinavian Home here.

Have a lovely Thursday evening!.... it's nearly the weekend...woohoo!

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The stunning home of stylist Nathalie Schwer + give-away winner announcement

This space belongs to the stylist Nathalie Schwer and was shot by one of my favourite interior photographers Line Klein. Working in close collaboration with Line, Nathalie is a new force to be reckoned with in the Scandinavian interiors world. I absolutely love her home which was recently captured by Line for Elle Decoration DK in association with Mille Collin Flaherty.










Nathalie Schwer, Line Klein with kind permission. For Elle Decoration DK. 
This is one of my favourite spaces in a long time. I love the personal items including the coffee table books, ceramics and prints. And  of course the mid-century furniture. What a fab apartment?!

If you do one thing today it's pour yourself a cup of fresh coffee and take a peek at other Danish homes photographed by Line Klein herehere and here.

I do so love the Danish style, don't you?

Before we all head off for the weekend (yay!) I would also like to announce the winner of the St. Valentine's Day give-away  in association with fab online shop Self Packaging. Thank you so much for all the wonderful entries! The winner is (drum roll.....) Zdenka of blog Zdenin Draws. Congratulations! I will contact you via e-mail.

This Sunday my family and I are going to Thailand  for a break (exciting!). It's been a really tough week for various reasons so it comes at a great time. However, I'll still be blogging daily (I do love to blog, it gives me so much energy and that's definitely thanks to you - thank you!) so do stop back but bear with me in case I have problems with wifi!

Have a lovely weekend and see you Monday! 

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The home of a Danish fashion blogger

Hi all! I arrived back to an extremely stormy, wet, and cold Sweden at 2am this morning -gah!  Thankfully I have beautiful scandinavian interior design to cheer me up. This is the home of Danish fashion blogger Stephanie Gundalech in the centre of Copenhagen captured by Line Klein and styled by Helen Wiggers for Elle Decoration DK.








Photography: Line Klein, Stylist: Helen Wiggers Home owner: Stephanie Gundalech.

Such a beautiful home, I especially love the soft earthy hues and the wall displays. Is there anything that stands out for you?

Thank you Line for the kind permission to share these images.

And there's a little good news on the my scandinavian home front.....a wonderful new sponsor!

A warm welcome to my new sponsor designcollectors. If you're passionate about beautiful things and love Eames Lounge Chairs, Panton chairs, Akari lamps....this online shop have the biggest stock of Vitra Home Collection in Europe. And what's more they're giving all my wonderful readers (you!) a discount of 15% (code MYSCAN). Yay! Thank you designcollectors!

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Do you prefer less or more?

These sitting room snaps were recently taken by Line Klein for Alt Interior which featured a story about how to style your sitting room in different ways using the same fab sofa.

One sofa, two different spaces, which sitting room would you prefer? 






With kind permission from photographer Line Klein, Stylist: Nicola Kragh Riis
As you know I'm off skiing tomorrow - yay! But I'd never leave you high and dry and have lined up a series of fab guest posts including a very exciting Easter give-away next thursday which is not to be missed!

Before I hit the slopes (how much do I love writing that?!), here are a few links from around the web this week:

Loving these Danish iconic prints. And these wonderful photographic prints by Max Wanger  as seen in Bri Emery's LA home.

If you're hosting friends or family over Easter and are in need of some festive table inspiration check out these fabulous Scandinavian table spreads.

Easter renovations / shopping? Don't forget my wonderful sponsors who make this blog possible including Design Collectors (15% off with MYSCAN)! New socks from here, Nest for Hay, Muuto and countless other cool Scandinavian items, Loja Dada for the cutest kids clothes you'll ever see, cool shop LET LIV for you Ozzies and New Zealanders and The Reclaimed Flooring Company for the wood flooring you've always wanted but never known how to get (until now)!

I hope you have a wonderful week and a really lovely Easter!

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Beautiful white Danish home

OK, i admit last week i promised not to print any more white homes. but almost an entire week has gone by since the last one and i do love a white home so! this lovely Danish home is packed with mid century finds and a lovely mix of old and new. it has been shot by the great photographer Line Klein and styled by Helen Wiggers.





Pictures: Line Klein stylist: Helen Wiggers via Konfetti form
We've had two fanstatically sunny days in a row here and when the sun bounces off the ice and warms the face it's so invigorating- Let there be light! I hope you have good weather too....have a lovely day!

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The fabulous Danish home of an interior designer

It's Friday - yaaaaaay! And have I got a home tour to celebrate?! If you popped by on Wednesday you'll remember this fabulous danish home. And today, we're going to take tour around the home of the designer behind it - Natalia Sánchez Echevarria. Founder of Copenhagen based interior design company Spatial Code, Natalia has also lived in Barcelona, Paris, Vienna and New York (such great cities!). Her interior design philosophy is to create a personal identity working with textures, tactility and details using natural materials, handmade furniture and sensuous textures. Her own Danish home is testimony to this.  Let's take a peek....












Homeowner / stylist: Natalia Sánchez Echevarria / Spatial Code. Photography: Line Thit Klein - shared with kind permission


A few items I know and love: Tulip dining table, Möller chairs model 75. For a similar bed spread try this one.  Black String shelving. Bestlite wall lamp.

That lovely light green paint in her bedroom seems to be a part of Natalia's signature style. It's such a pretty colour, don't you think? Try Farrow & Ball Borrowed Light for similar.

Is there anything in particular that stands out to you?

A very special thank you to Danish photographer extraordinaire, Line Thit Klein who gave me permission to share not one but two of the fabulous homes she's photographed this week. Line is one of my favourite interior photographers and always finds the loveliest homes. More home tours by Line here, here and here.

I'll be back tomorrow with a really exciting weekend give-away - for everyone! So if you have the time make sure you pop back!

Have a wonderful Friday! 

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Yvonne Koné's black and white home

Hej! Hope you had a a lovely weekend? My family and I went on a trip to Söderåsen nature reserve. The trees all looked like they were on fire in shimmering shades of gold and red. aaaa, so beautiful. Today's inspiration comes from the Danish home of Yvonne Koné photographed by Line T Klein and styled by Stine Langvad for Elle Decoration DK. It has been deliberately photographed to show a beautiful black and white starkness, however in real life form I like to believe it has some soft, cosy blankets and warm lighting and a slow-cooked stew bubbling away on the stove.











Home Yvonne Koné, Photography: Line Klein, Styling Stine Langvad via Feel Inspired
Looking at the immaculate nature of the home (and most homes shown on here) it begs the question - are people really as tidy as this?! I had a chat with some friends about this the other day and we all concluded that our biggest 'untidy habit' , shamefully, was dropping our clothes on the bedroom floor at the end of the day. I know I'm doing it because I think 'I really should hang this up....but!' Eeek! Do you have a messy habit you can't shake?!

Oh and..today is the last day to enter the Pappelina rug give-away. We'll be anncouncing the winner here and on Facebook & Twitter tomorrow at 16.00....there have been so many great entries I wish you could all win!

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