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Updated window sill

August 14, 2014
Window sill via that nordic feeling

Yesterday I shared my love of plants with you. I’ve been updating the living room with a bunch of new plants along with some old ones. The window sill had a make over too – and I had to include plants here as well. The small plant is actually a cutting from an old plant, that I’ve cut and planted myself. The bigger one is new.

I know that many of you find it difficult to decorate your window sills – it’s one of the questions I get asked again and again. I hope you can use mine for inspiration. Maybe it’s time for a post with inspiration for window sills soon?

On a totally different note (see what I did there?) I was mentioned by the Danish interior magazine Mad & Bolig as one of their five favourite interior blogs. Features like this always make me happy and proud. I am so thankful that I get to share my passion on here and especially the part where you, my dear readers, find inspiration in the universe I’ve created. So thank you to you too – for coming back and leaving kind and sweet comments. You’re awesome!

Window sill via that nordic feeling

Window sill via that nordic feeling

Window sill via that nordic feeling

Window sill via that nordic feeling

Lamp: Flowerpot, &Tradition / candle holder: Kubus, by Lassen / matches: Hay / jar: H&M Home

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    Reply Kathrine August 23, 2014 at 18:03

    Hejsa. Må jeg spørge, hvor du køber dine potteskjulere henne – dem i “rødt” ler? :-)

  • Reply Urban gardening // Let it grow! | that nordic feeling April 27, 2015 at 09:44

    […] If you ask my friends and family they will tell you that I have a green thumb. I’m not sure I agree. It’s probably more luck than skill, but my plants do seems to stay alive and thrive – some for years and years. Hand on my heart I have killed a plant or two in my time, so I’m far from perfect. But I’ve always liked to see things grow and I can’t imagine a home without plants and flowers around me. I’ve shared my love of green plants with you before. Take a look at this post if you are looking for tips to style your plants (btw my Corakia tree is still alive and well – third time was the charm!) and this post if you need inspiration for your window sill. […]

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