There’s a challenge going on in the Swedish blogosphere: to select 5 favourite blogs. I have to choose on a very ‘right now’ basis because it’s ever-changing. So here it goes, 5 fav blogs – in the interior design area – in no particular order: Solid frog. Why? It has great content! Lovely pics and […]
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Now for the holidays, and not least for New Year’s, many tables need to be decorated – so I just wanted to forward a few tricks in giving the table that joyous and festive spirit. The always inspiringly creative gal Underbaraclara has put tealights on the cake stand and in small baking tins scattered around […]
An excellent n’ easy DIY example! And I am not primarily thinking of the gorgeously granny-esqish lace-pimped speaker – or the lovely wall colour – but the rice lamp with flowers. Just take a cheap boring rice lamp, glue and anything you fancy. Go slaughter a bunch of old plastic flowers (like in this case) […]
This kitchen below belongs to Underbaraclara. She has been mentioned before, not least lately as I’ve snowed in on the trendy countryside :) It’s a kitchen in 30s/50s style mainly made up of old recycled parts. An old genuine kitchen was disassembled then rebuilt to fit into this house. The decor scheme is fresh bright […]
There is a wide range, a large and mixed content, within the Scandinavian interior style. There are many different versions: Danish, Norwegian and Swedish style to mention a few. And within these, subcategories. Urban, country, folklore, etc. All with common (Scandinavian) denominators. The Scandi style that recently has been most popular is surely an industrial […]
We continue the Grandmother-Is-A-Decor-Hero track with this pic from the home of Underbaraclara‘s grandmother. This colour explosion of a house was decorated in times when decor-anxiety did not exist. Interior magazines had not seen the light, let alone interior blogs, and people did not use to put grades on what is ugly and what is […]