As we are saying goodbye to 2015 I wanted to thank each and every one of you, my dear readers. I am so thankful for all your sweet comments, nice emails and also for those of you who read the blog quietly. Without you this would not be as much fun. To celebrate the end of the year I have looked back at your favourite posts, my favourite posts, some of the best and most fun projects I did and a few of the more personal posts I wrote this year.
One of the projects I loved the most this year was when I got to style this beautiful kitchen in a Copenhagen penthouse apartment.
I was feeling so nervous and shy when I shared a personal photo project that I did at a week-long photography course this summer, but like always you were so sweet to leave kind comments here and on Instagram. Staying on the personal note I especially remember the post I wrote after my beloved hometown of Copenhagen was hit by a terrorist attack at the beginning of the year and the one I wrote after the terrifying events in Paris just a few months ago. In February the #DearMe campaign got me thinking about life lessons that I wish I had known sooner.
When I look back at your favourite posts from this year no doubt about that you love interior and design as much as I do! Starting backwards from the top 5 most read posts, the 5th most read post was my Top 6 guide to autumn/winter trends for 2015. According to the 4th place a lot of you were making DIY Scandinavian Christmas decorations this Christmas.
The 3rd place goes to Ilse Crawford’s stunning collection for IKEA. I get it! It was one of IKEA’s best moves in 2015 and it is still out in shops, if you see something you fancy.
The 2nd place goes to one of my favourite posts this year: The tour of architecture student Stine’s gorgeous apartment in Copenhagen. Last but not least the most read post this year was about a new series of modern classic Scandinavian tables that I loved. I guess you did too!
One of my favourite moments this year, was Sakura week in Copenhagen. Nothing makes me quite as giggly and happy as seeing Copenhagen light up with pink cherry blossoms that one week each spring. Can’t wait for next year! Also that is one of the few post where a photo of me snuck in (!).
It’s been a good year! I’ve written about some of my favourite Arne Jacobsen architecture here and here, shared my favourite spots in Amsterdam, enjoyed quiet time at the summer house in Rørvig and I was even nominated for the first ever Blogger of the year at Design Awards.
Happy New Year! I can’t wait to inspire you again next year and I am already working on new fun styling projects and new ideas at home. This is how I end the year and great the new one and whatever your tradition might be, I hope you are ready for a fun-filled, magical 2016 – I sure am!© that nordic feeling
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