Tomorrow is the start of the Easter holiday, and while I'm not much for Easter decorations, I like these photos below. I hope you like them too!
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Hi you guys!
I have got a fun Try this at home
project for you today! This is something that is very common in Scandinavia, a trellis for climbing plants! Usually it is used outside but my idea was to make one for indoor use. I think handmade details gives homes that more natural and homey feeling, don't you! Trellis has considerable merit in todays gardens. Why not make one for indoor climbing plants too!
Here is the recipe!
In order to get the trellis both nice looking and stylistically pure I used a wooden border with dimensions 25x25mm which I measured and cut into eight pieces. So that each piece was 140 cm. 50mm long nails suited perfectly to put the pieces into place.
Once that I hade done that, it was time to get the white paint and the brush.
All climbing plants will look cool on this trellis, even though the plant isn't big enough to cover it all up.
Who says a trellis must be used outside on the balcony or on the facade of the house? I believe one can do it the other way around.
Sorry for going M I A on you all for the last two days, my internet connection has been playing with me, only giving me access to the web for 30 seconds every five minutes or so... Very annoying when your whole job depends on it. So now I'm throwing this post together very quickly before the router decides to shut me down again. The pictures are from Hotel Aire de Bardenas in Spain. I love the pallets and the plywood!
Via Lime & Meadow
My ultimate home office would have a Cherner or Jacobsen chair, a classic desk light and lots of inspiring prints and cut-outs randomly attached to the wall. Just like the in the pictures below!
What would your ultimate work space look like?
This awesome family home, full of contrasts, cool designer furniture and lighting, and some excellent art, was created by Søren Rose Studio, a design studio based in both Copenhagen and New York. They specialize in product design, limited edition creations, and interior design projects.
The pictures were shot by John Bendtsen, whom I wrote about here back in 2008.
Found via A Merry Mishap
French photographer Nicolas Mathéus work a lot for Marie Claire Maison, so perhaps some of you have seen his photos before. I picked my favorites from his portfolio, the ones I think are worth a second watch. I hope you like them!
And I'm sad to say this, but I simply do not have time to answer all your emails. I try, but you are so many, and I am only one person... Sometimes I wish I could clone myself, but until that is possible, please understand that I try my best, and I read all of your emails, but all of you might not get a reply.
To make things easier for all of us, here are some answers to the most frequently asked questions:
* For all of you requesting info on Stockholm I can gladden you with the fact that I'm working on a new, updated Stockholm Guide with my favorite places in time for the tourist season, but outside of that I'm not giving any tips on the city.
* For those of you asking for info on a piece of furniture or art in a picture I posted, I'm sorry, but I have no clue.
* And for those who are asking for link exchanges, I just don't do that. The blogs in my blogroll are the ones I love and don't want to live without, and asking isn't going to include your blog on that list.
That was about it, let's watch some nice photos instead!
Found via automatism
A huge trend right now is to personalize your home by having a lot of your things on display instead of hiding them away in cupboards and boxes. So get all your stuff out and make some nice vignettes!