Copper Love

We all know so many of you are just LOVING copper right now, just like us! So to make life a little easier for you we’ve rounded up our best COPPER items just for you! 

  1. Copper look coat hangers by HAY Design, make your clothes look even better hanging on these beauties or use them to hang magazines. 
  2. Glasilium Vase by Scandinaviaform, the copper tube supports the stem of the flower. Simply lift the cork and copper topper to add water to the base of the vase. 
  3. POV Wall Candleholder by Menu Design, simple beautiful lines that cast long dancing shadows on your wall when the candle is lit. 
  4. Lup Candleholder by HAY, it’s a classic what more can we say! 
  5. Copper Concrete Chunk by Menu, the raw industrial look is beautiful in any space. 
  6. The fabulous copper look Bottle Grinders by Menu, we just got news that these stunning grinders are discontinued, get yours while you still can, they won’t last long. 

Easter Dessert Ideas

With Easter just around the corner I’ve rounded up a few delicious looking Easter dessert ideas just for you!

[recipe for these adorable Rabbit Cookies]

[recipe for the White Chocolate Easter Egg Cupcakes]

[recipe for the Persian Meringue nests with Rhubarb Curd]

[recipe for the Very Berry Galette]

Rabbit Cookies via La Receta de la Felicidad:

White Chocolate Easter Egg Cupcakes via Pinterest:

Persian Meringue nests with Rhubarb Curd via Butter & Brioche:

Very Berry Galette via Chatelaine Magazine:

Birthday Giveaway with Embark Magazine

You’ve probably already heard but we’re celebrating our first birthday this week, yipee! To celebrate we’ve teamed up with the lovely Embark Magazine to giveaway a Birthday Swag Bag valued at over $200. The lucky winner will get an Angle Cushion by Normann Copenhagen, Accordion Folder by Hay Design, the Hay Twisted Coat Hangers, and the beautiful Bottle Grinders by Menu, a little something for every room of the house.

This giveaway is now CLOSED, the winner will be announced on March 21, 2016

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Scandinavian Easter Decorations

Can you believe it’s almost Easter? The last couple days I’ve been thinking a lot about how to decorate the table for either Easter Sunday brunch or dinner and thought I’d share the wonderful Scandinavian Easter decoration inspiration I came across. Of course it’s simple and tasteful and you can easily use some of these ideas for decorating your table this year. I love the little nests with the mustache decorated eggs, and planting fresh flowers in cracked shells!  Enjoy getting some ideas from all the images below.

Black and white inspiration for Scandinavian Easter Decorations Black and white inspiration for Scandinavian Easter Decorations

Black and white inspiration for Scandinavian Easter Decorations Black and white inspiration for Scandinavian Easter Decorations

Black and white inspiration for Scandinavian Easter Decorations Black and white inspiration for Scandinavian Easter Decorations

All you need for making your own DIY Easter table setting this year is some boiled eggs and cracked eggs if you want to add plants to them, a sharpie, paint and brushes, perhaps some fresh picked flowers and twigs and of course your own imagination! Enjoy!

Images via:
Scandinavian Love Song

Tips for creating a Scandinavian style interior

It’s what we’re all about, we LOVE Scandinavian interiors and design and just can’t get enough. Lately, we’ve noticed an increase in the beautifully minimal, simply organized spaces and thought we’d share some more inspiration with you here. It is true that Scandinavian inspired interiors can make your home feel bigger, and here are some tips and ideas of how you can make your own home look and feel like one of these beautiful, clutter free abodes!


Keeping the walls a neutral color like white and adding simple prints and art with geometric shapes and lines will help keep the space open and airy. We realize that repainting your entire room or home might not exactly be in the cards so try adding some neutral prints to help open up the space.


Keep the space clutter free, you will see the use of lots of shelves, decorative boxes and space savers to keep things off the surface in the kitchen, living room and even the bedroom in Scandinavian interiors.


Try to stick with simple and clean linen patterns in the bedroom and living room, such as stripes, geometric shapes or solid colors. This will make the space feel less busy, opening it up and giving it new air.


Have fun trying out some of these ideas and making your space have a touch of that beautiful Scandinavian feel!

Image source: Pinterest