Blueberry-Lemon-Meringue Layer Cake // gluten-free recipe {guest post}

I’ve asked a hand full of inspiring and talented people to each write a guest post for the blog to keep you entertained while I’m off on holiday in Southeast Asia. Fifth up is Signe Bay, a super talented photographer, stylist, recipe developer and teacher.

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I’ve never had the pleasure of meting Signe, but I’ve been a long time fan of her whimsical and beyond beautiful Instagram universe. Magic happens, when Signe is in the kitchen! And on top of that she often makes recipes without gluten and refined sugar – needless to say I’m a fan! I am so happy to welcome Signe on that nordic feeling where she is sharing an amazing cake with us. Let’s get baking!

Hi there!
I am so excited to do this visit at Rikke’s wonderful blog universe. I have made a gluten- and refined sugar-free cake recipe that I want to share with you. It is a perfect afternoon cake or even a birthday cake. The blueberries and lemon suit each other perfectly and with the meringue/almond crust, the layer cake doesn’t get heavy at all. It is light and not particularly sweet. Actually it reminds me a bit of Spring, which is not bad at all, right? I hope you will enjoy it!

Blueberry-Lemon-Meringue Layer Cake

A gluten- and refined sugar-free recipe

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For the cake:

150 g honey
170 ml water
6 egg whites (at room temperature)
2 tsp. cold water
A pinch of salt
1 tsp. vanilla extract
250 g ground almonds

For the frosting:

40 g butter (at room temperature)
140 g honey
250 g mascarpone (at room temperature)
200 g cream cheese (at room temperature)
1 tsp. vanilla extract
Zest of 1 lemon
50 g fresh blueberries

For the filling:

100 g of the frosting
150 ml whipping cream
Zest of 1 lemon
100 g fresh blueberries

50 g blueberry jam or compote (optional). You can make it of 100 g berries, honey and water and cook well for approx. 15 minutes at medium heat.
Juice of ½ lemon

Decoration:

50 g fresh blueberries
Some lemon slices

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Directions:

  • Heat oven to 175 ‘C. First we will make an Italian meringue; Bring honey and water, without stirring, to a boil in a small sauce pan over medium heat. Let it boil for 3-4 minutes.
  • Whisk egg whites, the 2 tsp. cold water and salt in a medium bowl until soft peaks form.
  • Remove honey-syrup from heat and immediately pour into the soft peak egg whites in a slow, steady stream while continuing to whip the egg whites at the same time. Once all the syrup has been poured in, continue whipping the egg whites until stiff and glossy. Add vanilla extract and rapidly beat for about 2 more minutes.
  • Gently fold ground almonds into the Italian meringue until just combined. Pour the almond-meringue into a butter greased springform tin (diameter approx. 22 cm.) and bake for 20-23 minutes or until toothpick inserted in center comes out clean.
  • Take out the cake and let it cool down in the springform tin for 20 minutes and then carefully take it out of the pan.
  • While the cake is in the oven, prepare the frosting: In a medium bowl beat butter and honey with a mixer until combined. Add mascarpone, cream cheese, vanilla extract and lemon zest and mix just until combined, no more than one minute. Be sure not to overbeat, or frosting may separate. Put 100 g of the frosting in a medium bowl and set aside.
  • Wash and dry the 50 g fresh blueberries and chop them in your blender. Add them to the first bowl with frosting (the biggest amount) and put in the refrigerator.

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  • Now make the filling; In the medium bowl with the 100 g frosting now add zest of 1 lemon, 100 g blueberries (washed and chopped in your blender) and mix until combined. Whip the whipping cream until soft peaks form. Now fold the whipped cream into the frosting-berry-mixture and gently combine. Put in refrigerator to cool down for 20 minutes or until you are ready to assemble the cake.
  • With a good knife, carefully cut the cake into two equal pieces. Put the lower part on a serving plate and start to assemble the cake; First spread juice of ½ a lemon over the lower part of the cake. Then spread blueberry honey jam (optional) and finally add the frosting-whipped cream filling carefully with a spatula. Put then the upper half onto the filling and put the cake in refrigerator for at least 30 minutes to set.

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  • Then spread the frosting over the cake, starting with the top, then the sides, and then go back to finish the top.

Tip: I you have time and want a less rustic look, then put first a thin layer of frosting on, then put the cake in the refrigerator for one hour in order for the frosting to set, then spread another layer of cold frosting on.

Enjoy!

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Thank you Signe. Raise your hand if you feel like licking the screen right now! Wow – I need to make this cake when I get back home. If you love Signe’s aesthetic sense and recipes as much as I do, you will be trilled to know that she’s launching a website soon – meanwhile go find Signe on Instagram under @signebay.

I am loving the guest posts while I’m away – more exciting ones to come, stay tuned!

Photos: Signe Bay

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Meet Danish designer Kristina Dam {guest post}

I’ve asked a hand full of inspiring and talented people to each write a guest post for the blog to keep you entertained while I’m off on holiday in Southeast Asia. Fourth up is Kristina Dam, a Danish designer living in Copenhagen.

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Kristina has been designing prints for a few years and have recently expanded her business to also include furniture and sculptures. She’s is also a new mother of two with her youngest baby arriving just a month ago. She is super sweet and I’m very impressed by her joggling work, a new baby and a new collection. I asked Kristina to share her favourite corners of her home, her new collection and her inspiration with us – enjoy x

Hi all readers of Rikke’s blog.

I’m Kristina Dam. I’m 33 years old and live with my husband and kids – 4,5 year old Vera and 1 month old Nord at Amager, Copenhagen. I’m an educated graphic designer from the Royal Danish School of Art and Architecture in 2007. I worked for 5 years at a agency as a graphic designer, but I always knew, that I wanted to start my own business, I just didn’t know when and where to start.

I founded Kristina Dam Studio in january 2012. It all started with some drawings, people liked them and bought them faster than I could draw, so I decided to make a series of limited print instead. I went to one of the nicest stores I know, Stilleben, and asked if the would retail my drawings. Jelena said yes and that’s how it all started.

Fast forward to three year later! Today I just packed 2 pallets of designs, which is going to Maison & Objet in Paris, one of the worlds nicest interior shows, it is my 3rd time there, and I’m pleased and proud to present another new collection of designs and furniture. Kristina Dam Studio is no longer only illustrations, but a whole collection of furniture, sculptures and small interior items. It gotten bigger without me even noticing. One design took the other, and I have so many new ideas that my biggest problem is to keep the production running, and find places that can produce my designs.

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Kristina’s home

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People always ask me where I find my inspiration. On one hand it is easy to answer “from every where” and on the other hand it’s difficult, because that is not a propper answer. So now I will try to answer the best way I know how: I travel a lot with my family, and that is my biggest inspiration. I love big cities like Berlin, NYC, Bangkok, London, Pairs and I always bring my sketch book. To take a break from everyday life is good for the flow of inspiration.

I also search for inspiration in fashion and styling, fx. my Botanic Posters are inspired by a combination of botanic in fashion and the fact that I grew up in the country with a mum and dad that loves being in the garden, in fact they did several garden “shows”/open house in their own garden. “Botanic is alive,” my mother use to say.

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My furniture for the SS15 collection Botanic Storage is also a combination of the 70th flower storage and a mikado game combined with new materials like brass and oak tree. I just love to combine different materials, matte and glossy, oak and metal. Most of the time I work with a topic called design that in a simple manner challenge the limit of art and interior. I like to make sculptures and furniture that has more than one function, or sculptures that could be on exhibit in a gallery – but instead I do make a limited collection of 100 pcs. and sell them in interior stores.

I like to show you some pictures from my new collection:

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Thank you Kristina. A talented designer, the sweetest person and living in a beautiful home – what is not to love? I just framed the Cactus print from her new line a few weeks ago – I love the botanical references. If you want to see more of Kristina’s designs, go check out her webpage and find Kristina on Instagram under @kristinadamstudio.

I am loving the guest posts while I’m away – more exciting ones to come, stay tuned!

Photos: Kristina Dam

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The home of an architecture student in Copenhagen {guest post}

I’ve asked a hand full of inspiring and talented people to each write a guest post for the blog to keep you entertained while I’m off on holiday in Southeast Asia. Third up is Stine Marie Rosenberg, a student at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Art – School of Architecture, the department of Cultural Heritage, Transformation and Restoration.

Stine Marie Rosenberg

I’ve met Stine through Instagram and love her eye for details, her aesthetic sense and rustic and simple approach to decorating. Stine recently moved to Vesterbro, Copenhagen and she’s having a ball renovating her new apartment. So I asked Stine to share her philosophy when decorating with us – enjoy x

My new Vesterbro home

The lovely Rikke asked me to share some photos from my home while she is enjoying time in Singapore (not at all jealous).

My name is Stine Marie, I am an architecture student based in Copenhagen.
I recently got a new apartment located at Vesterbro. It took me a good amount of time to find a place that met my wishes and requirements for a new home – nice flooring, original doors and windows and an un-renovated kitchen with the opportunity to apply my own style. This place had everything I was dreaming of.

Sometimes it seems like it is a never ending project to renovate this place. As a student the budget is limited and with a bunch of ideas, every idea has to be carefully considered before executed. With no budget for hired help or designer furniture, so far I have managed to do every change myself. It is however quite satisfying to have had a hand in every little thing that has been done, and the opportunity to tailor the space to my liking is such a joy to me. A true sense of home and an expression of who I am is slowly but surely coming to life in this space.

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I see my apartment as a little personal zone for experimenting and as a hand on learning experience. When I moved in I peeled off all the old wallpaper, sanded the wooden floors (I didn’t do that myself) and had planed to paint. Over time I grew fond of the stripped walls – they tell a story of the past with its different layers of colors and marks from changes and repairs made over the years.

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Sometime last year, photographs of an apartment belonging to the French architect Joseph Dirand flourished on the Internet and in several interior magazines. I instantly fell in love with the raw plastered walls in his kitchen – and lucky for me, my brother is a skilled bricklayer and he helped me execute that particular method on my bedroom walls. My bedroom is now my favorite room in the apartment. The structured walls and the way they reflect the light in the room is quite amazing.

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I get inspired all the time – Instagram and magazines are a source of inspiration for me. But I also get inspired from the exteriors of a building, fashion magazines, quirky shops or from specific combinations of colours or structures.

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When it comes to the decor in the apartment, I realized that everything has a very douche tone at the moment – It seems like I am attracted to a very neutral color scheme. I never gave it much thought, but everything I chose has a tone of grey, different varieties of wood and my green plants. One year ago my choice of color was more or less monochromatic. So now, I must say, I feel I am surrounded by a lot of colour.
Most of my furniture was found, handed down to me or bought used. At the moment I do not decorate with a bunch of knick-knacks – just my plants, books and a few necessary school supplies.
I am now working on my kitchen, getting some posters framed and I am still, after six months, unpacking boxes – so stay tuned!

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Thank you Stine. I hope you enjoyed the peep into Stine’s world? How gorgeous are those walls? I’ll have to convince Stine to write another guest post and share the technique with us! If you want to see more of Stine’s beautiful home and style, go find Stine on Instagram under @srosenborg.

I am loving the guest posts while I’m away – more exciting ones to come, stay tuned!

Photos: Stine Marie Rosenborg

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Food styling tips + Pasta with Sage and Brown Butter // recipe {guest post}

I’ve asked a hand full of inspiring and talented people to each write a guest post for the blog to keep you entertained while I’m off on holiday in Southeast Asia. Second up is Katrín Björk, a food & lifestyle photographer and the woman behind the food blog Modern Wifestyle.

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Katrín was born and raised in Iceland, she lives in Copenhagen and works all over the world. Her favorite food is French fries and she’s a firm believer that champagne goes with all food and every occasion. Now that’s my kinda woman! I have been a long time fan of Katrín’s beautiful universe and I followed her blog before I ever met her. So I asked Katrín to share some food styling tips with us and she also threw in a recipe (lucky us) – give it up for Katrín!

Food styling tips + a recipe

On top of cooking and photographing I do the food styling for my images myself. It has taken me years to learn how to style food properly. How to choose the right plate, when is messy ok and what type of garnish is photogenic etc.
 Styling and photographing food are two different things even though they often go hand in hand. I sometimes forget when I am the stylist and when I am the photographer, that is why I prefer to do both jobs at once.

I made a simple pasta dish and then I styled it 5 different ways to show you how background, props and camera angle can make a huge difference, even on the exact same food.
 Making a decision on all the things mentioned depends on the story you are telling, the season (spring, summer, fall winter), the food and sometimes even your own mood.

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My best advice for styling and photographing food

  • Personally I always shoot in natural light, I find it a lot softer and more smooth, and the food looks more “real” and therefore more appealing
  • Use a tripod so that your hands are free to move things around and you can style the picture better
  • Collect as many plates, bowls, cutlery, table cloths as possible. Be creative and look in your grandma’s kitchen, go to flea markets and invest in some basic things from designers you like. Mixing old and new designs gives your images a personal look
  • Use different backgrounds, both light and dark
  • Experiment with camera angles

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Pasta with Sage and Brown Butter

Don’t let the simplicity of this dish fool you because it is super yummy and delightful, it is after all a perfect combo of Italian and French Cuisine.
 I am not going to pretend that I invented the combo of sage and brown butter, that combo is forever a french classic, but I did add the lemon and pistachios for that little something extra.

Brown butter or Beurre Noisette is unsalted butter melted over low heat and allowed to separate into fat and milk solids. The milk solids naturally sink to the bottom of the pan and, if left over gentle heat, will begin to brown and caramelize. As the milk solids reach a toasty hazelnut color, the pan is removed from the heat.

Beurre noisette may be used in its liquid state, or cooled to a solid form. It has a nutty flavour and is often included in batters for french pastry. (Do not confuse brown butter with clarified butter which is not allowed to brown and always strained)

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This recipe serves two
200 g (7 oz) dried Fettuccine
A handful Pistachios
4 tbsp Unsalted Butter
5 fresh sage leaves
1/2 Lemon, juice and zest
Salt and pepper
Parmesan cheese
Fresh parsley for garnish

  1. 
Cook the pasta according to the instructions on the package
  2. Remove the pistachios from shells, chop them roughly and toast on a dry pan, then set aside
  3. Melt the butter over low heat, add roughly chopped sage leaves and let cook until butter has browned and smells nutty.
  4. Squeeze the juice from ½ lemon into the butter and then toss the pasta in the sauce. Salt and pepper to taste
  5. Divide into two bowls and top with lemon zest, shaved parmesan cheese, the toasted pistachios and some finely chopped parsley.

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Thank you Katrín. I for one wish I could style food like this, so I appreciate the tips so much. If you want to see more of Katrín’s beautiful photos and lovely recipes, go check her blog Modern Wifestyle and find Katrín on Instagram under @katrinbjork.

I am loving the guest posts while I’m away – more exciting ones to come, stay tuned!

Photos: Katrín Björk

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Hello from Singapore!

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I was planning on writing a post before I left to say goodbye and tell you what‘s in store for you while I’m away. In fact I had a great many posts planned for you last week, but plans are meant to be broken, right? I didn’t get a chance to do any of that. It was one crazy and busy (and crazy busy) week (well weeks, rather – but who’s counting).

So instead I am writing you a little postcard from Singapore. I arrived last night and so far I’m loving it. The warm weather, the very clean city and kind and helpful people. I can‘t wait to explore the city more and also do a little travelling around Southeast Asia.
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I’ve asked a bunch of awesome and inspiring people to fill in for me while I’m away. I am so impressed by all the lovely posts they‘ve written for you – you can look forward to meeting talented designers, getting beautiful recipes, styling tips and home tours. I hope you’ll treat them kind, they‘ve done a fantastic job for us.

Sending you Singapore sunshine :)
Rikke

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Mille’s DIY Kitchen {guest post}

I’ve asked a hand full of inspiring and talented people to each write a guest post for the blog to keep you entertained while I’m off on holiday in Southeast Asia. First up is Mille Emilie Grath, an interior blogger living in Copenhagen.

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I’ve met Mille at various blogger events around town. I love her rustic style and I am impressed by all her DIY projects. I really love what Mille did to her kitchen, so I asked her to share the story with us.

My kitchen story

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Hello all you sweet that nordic feeling readers.

Sweet Rikke asked me if I would tell my kitchen story while she’s enjoying her vacation. Of course I will. But first, let me introduce myself.

My name is Mille, I am 28 years old and I live in Copenhagen with my boyfriend. On a daily basis I run the interior blog SONOMASEVEN which is about interior design, decor and a lot of DIY projects. My boyfriend and I are a real do-it-yourself-couple. We love to create and we always have a project in the works. One of the things we have done, and love the most, is our kitchen.

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Our kitchen is only recently finished. It has taken a whole lot of time because we added a lot of new things but also altered a lot of the existing. The two major things we did was to free the piece of brick wall and beam and put up retro like metro tiles. These two things together create a raw industrial New Yorker look. A look we are absolutely crazy about!

We put up a smaller hood, grinded the tabletops and gave them white oil. We created a bar, which we integrated around the piece of brick wall. This has made a huge difference. It has turned the kitchen into a social space instead of a workshop! Instead of the tall element, which was there before, we now have more table space and even more light coming in from the window.

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Then there are all the small details you don’t notice. We have milled the hob and sink down into the table so that we have an even and unspoiled surface. We also upgraded our Vola tab. It now has two separate round back plates instead of one big square one. This gives it a more stylish, light and integrated look.

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The before/after pictures clearly shows the transformation from being a big open kitchen with a lot of wasted floor space into an even more useful and cozy kitchen with a raw and personal atmosphere.

We are so thrilled with the result and we spend a lot of time here. Both cooking, hanging out with our friends or just to sit and work at the bar. It is really turned into a nice hang-out-room!

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Our favorite thing has to be the metro tiles. They have done the biggest difference to the room and really help framing the area. I wrote a DIY-guide with images and step-by-step instructions on my blog, if you want to know how to do it.

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I hope you feel inspired and who knows? Maybe we will see each other again here on that nordic feeling. In the meanwhile you are more than welcome to visit my blog.

Bye for now! :)
– Mille

Thank you Mille. How gorgeous is that wall of metro tiles? I don’t know about you but I want one too! If you want to see more of Mille’s home, go check out her blog SONOMASEVEN and find Mille on Instagram under @sonoma.seven.

I am loving the guest posts while I’m away – more exciting ones to come, stay tuned!

Photos: Mille Emilie Grath

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Life lately + new adventures ahead

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Just stopping by to say hello! I am running around like a mad person these days trying go get everything wrapped up before I get on a plane next week and go off on new adventures in Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia. I can’t wait! I am working on exciting things on the blog for you guys while I’m away. Stay tuned!

Happy weekend everyone – I hope you have a great one planned. I’ll be the one sitting in front of the computer typing the days away!

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Btw If you have any tips to share on Singapore and beautiful Islands/places to visit in the Southeast Asia-area, please let me know! Thanks x

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The very best of the season SALE

I’ve swept the internet for you in order to bring you the very best of the season sale going on right now. It’s hard work, but someone had to do it! :) Some of these items I already own and have blogged about before – some are on my wish list – and some I’ve just fallen in love with. Let’s go shopping!

January sale favourites selected by that nordic feeling

☆ The cute Racoon print by Silke Bonde is hanging on my wall – on sale right here

☆ I know many of you love this Nicholas Oldroyd candle holder just as much as I do (you told me so the other day). It’s on sale right here

☆ This awesome KREAFUNK portable speaker is on my wish list – maybe it’s time to strike? It’s on sale right here

☆ My favourite bed linen from Louise Roe. I literally wash this and put it straight back on – on sale right here

☆ I have several I LOVE MY TYPE posters hanging around the house as I love the positive messages. They are on sale right here

January sale favourites selected by that nordic feeling

★ I have several sheep skins in my sofa – I love the element of comfort, nature and coziness they add during the cold seasons. There’s a really nice organic (love!) one on sale right here

★ These might be the coolest stickers ever! And so cheap – what’s not to like! On sale right here

★ The cutest pillow by Ferm Living on sale right here

★ Another great pillow – this silk one by Ferm Living is welcome in my sofa any day! On sale right here

★ Love these Italic candle holders by Kristina Dam – on sale right here

★ Missing a rug in the hall, bedroom or living room? The nice By Nord one is on sale right here

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Newest additions

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A bunch of new things moved in over the holidays, some were gifts and some I bought myself. One of my readers, Teresa, spotted a new candle holder in this post last week and asked about it. I love that you guys can spot new additions! And I wasn’t trying to sneak anything past you, I just haven’t had time to blog about it – before now that is.

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So the candle holder is by a British architect called Nicholas Oldroyd. The design was inspired by his move to Denmark where he discovered “hygge”, which we are world-famous for. Hygge doesn’t really translate into English. It is a warm cosy atmosphere and a warm, fuzzy feeling. It is enjoying the good things in life with good people around you. It often involves lots of food and candles. It is both a verb, an adjective and a feeling. The English equivalent “coziness” dosen’t even come close. Told you it was hard to translate! Anyway it is called Lysestage no.1 and I love the simplicity of it. I have the brass one. It comes in the most genius packaging I’ve seen and you can buy it right here.

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I picked up this little Buddha (that you perhaps spotted in this post) in Thailand last month. I love to bring little souvenirs home from my trips around the world. I love how they stick out in my Scandi decor, yet blend in – and I love the reminders of past holidays. In my opinion it is these kinds of objects with personality that turns a house into a home. This reminds me I haven’t shared photos from the Thailand trip yet. I will soon!

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Print + frame – check this and this post.

Last but not least I have recently discovered scented candles. I never knew how wonderful they were – if you buy a decent one, that is. I had one too many cheap IKEA ones in mind and have always dreaded the damn things. Well not anymore. I love my lavender L:A Bruket one, and this Tom Dixon one, that I got for Christmas is no exception. It is called Water and the smell reminds me of the ocean and a nice cool breeze. Very refreshing.

That is it for today – happy Monday x

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Time for a fresh start

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There is something about this time a year, that not only get’s me in a funky new years mood, but also makes me want to rearrange everything. It’s a sure thing every year like clock work. So I have been moving prints around, framing new ones, clearing every surface and rearranging everything in a new way. I’m not done yet, I still have a few rounds to go before I am satisfied.  Do you know the feeling I’m talking about, or is it just me? (please tell me it’s not just me!)

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Ooh the light. Always chasing the light.

Btw thank you so much for all the positive feedback on my ‘how do you greet the new year’-post. I’m so happy to hear, that so many of you could use the inspiration. The post felt very personal to write, and since I don’t often share these kinds of posts, your wonderful feedback means so much. So thank you. Have you started the workbook yet? I’m almost done. Found my word last night – or rather it found me. Just what I needed to shake the new year’s funk.

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For now I’ll leave you with a few glimpses and a promise to share more once it’s all set. Happy weekend, my lovelies x

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