in Côté Maison!

 

Now you can read about seventeendoors in French Côté Maison!
I am in good company, with two other great Scandinavian bloggers.
You can read about us here!
 (right now on their front page, facebook and also in the newsletter!)

Thank you and welcome new readers!

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a former garage in camden

Amazing staircase made from a single ribbon of cold, rolled steel with the perfect patina of rust. 
It has hard to imagine that this once was a garage, now a beautiful home in the heart of Camden, London.

Have a nice Wednesday everybody!

pics: Sophia Evans


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nyc the danish way

Another great Danish home, this time combining the best of a raw industrial New York look with contemporary Danish design. Lovely double doors, ceilings decorated with stucco but with open spaces and a rough chimney in the middle giving you that New York feeling.

Remember my lamp problem the other day? Well, I´d almost decided on the Lampe Gras, as someone with a very good taste stated in the commentary field, it does have a little more attitude than the Bestlite. However, the Bestlite looks good this way, next to a window, just like I need a lamp in our kitchen. Back to square one.

Beautiful working space/dining area..

Nice hallway with the perfect old rug.
pics: Wotkjær og Kattrup via Femina.dk

And I am so into Hay’s boxes in transparent plexiglass (both the Curiosity box as in this hallway, but also the Display me box). Wishlist..
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perfectly balanced

I saw these images over at Desire to Inspire this morning, and I had to grab them, too. Isn’t this just perfectly balanced!?

Many favourites of mine, like the Eames chairs that we have in our house. However, we only have four of them, and I don’t think we will go for more, because they are just all over the place these days. Right now ours are just mixed with some old chairs, but this combo, with the Y-chair and a white table looks great, I think..

pics: Bieke Claessens via Desire to Inspire

The pictures are all by Belgian photographer Bieke Claessens, who has a beautiful portpolio, that you really should check out.

Now I will make a long to-do list for my home, instead of spending time by the computer. I have some pretty posters that need to get framed, among many other things. Maybe today.
Have a nice Tuesday

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