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Time to get toasty

So, September is here, and in Scandinavia that means it's time to get geared up for chilly autumn walks in chunky knits and evenings spent around a kakelugn (Swedish tiled fireplace) sipping glögg (mulled wine). No one does autumn / winter better than Toast. So here are a few inspiring pictures from their beautiful A/W 2012 house & home collection to get us in the spirit. All the leaves are brown.....










Toast
This weekend I was invited to a lovely lunch at friend and fellow interior blogger Mette's beautiful home here in Skåne. Mette and her man are particularly brilliant at DIY, so if you're looking for a few new projects (always?!) check out Make Living blog for a little know-how. We also visited the fab shop Black Balloon where I bought a pretty silver plant pot and a very simple, ultra soft black top - to celebrate errr, the start of a new month?

I hope you had a great weekend too!

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50 shades of grey in Copenhagen

It's Friday people! WOOHOO! And to top off a Danish week, here's a very cool Copenhagen penthouse. You may've seen it before on Bungalow 5. There are so many things I love about this home - the colour palette (black, white, all shades of grey and a dot of cognac), the original features such as the fireplace and french doors and the stairs lined with fabulous pairs of shoes. If I tried to do that here my 18 month year old would have a field time trying them all on and it would be a bit of a hazard! Still, you always want what you can't have right?!







Pia Møller's apartment, photos credit: Femina/Tina Stephansen Studio 55
What's your favourite thing about this lovely Danish apartment?

Have a wonderful weekend all, and see you Monday!

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Bjorn Agertved's Danish retreat

A while ago I featured a post on the Danish artist Bjorn Agertved's stunning Copenhagen apartment. So you can imagine how excited I was when I spotted his family summer cottage over at Decordots today!  Featured in Femina, Bjorn's weekend retreat is full of treasured mid century designer items such as the Butterfly Chair (or BKF chair) and Borge Mogensen chairs as well as some wonderful vintage industrial lighting.

 





Photos: Pernille Kaalund for Femina via Decordots
This is turning into a bit of a Danish interior design week, and why not? The Danes really know what they're doing when it comes to fabulous home styling don't you think?

PS Thank you for all your encouragement with painting my kitchen wall with blackboard paint - just what I needed! I'll post some pics on it once I'm done!

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Clear storage the Danish way

After a little surfing around today I came across these images from the fab Danish brand Nomess via Norwegian blog Stylizimo. I love perspex storage, so practical yet so smart. Not only can you find everything you're looking for but it's also a great way to show off your beloved shoes / jewellery / hats & scarves etc while keeping them neat and tidy. Oh, and the styling around them is pretty cool and inspirational too. Thanks Nomess!




Nomess via Stylizimo
On another note, there's something wrong with my man. He keeps saying yes to everything. I'm getting nervous. Yesterday he said I could paint one entire wall of the kitchen in blackboard paint. Now I'm too scared to do it.....what?!

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