I’m moving into a new apartmentÂ in two days! My boyfriend and I are moving in together and we have been looking at at least 30 different apartments before we finally decided on this one. It is in 3 levels and has an awesome veranda and propecia hair loss I’m so excited to move in. Now allÂ we have to do is pack everything up in this house.Â Any good moving out tips?
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Stools and sidetable from IKEA (photos from skonahem.se)
I’m sure youÂ have heard about the ice bars, sponsored by Absolut Vodka everything inÂ these bars are made entirely out of ice.
Did you know that there’s also an ice hotel? In Jukkasjarvi in the northern parts of Sweden, a new ice hotel is constructed every year. This year, FritzÂ Hansen has his own showroom in the hotel. The showroom isÂ a tribute to buy prescription drugs online Arne Jacobsen and Poul Kjaerholm where replicas of theÂ classic Danish furniture is showcasedÂ - and they are all made out of ice!Â It iso Â impressive that every single thing in the hotel is made out of snow and ice. One of my friends took her british boyfriend there a couple of years ago and they absolutely loved it. I would love to spend a night there tooÂ one day!Â
IÂ just found this website (blockposters.com)Â where you can make your own photos into wall posters. All you have to do is pick your photo, the size and then print it out. What a great way to get a cheap, personalised poster! Look at these cool examples from their website:
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Hotel Story in Stockholm, Sweden, is designed by Koncept Sthlm with Daniel Wengelin as the main architect. The hotel has an urban bohemian vibe, the atmosphere can be described as a mix between trendy New York pubs and old Parisian charm. The rooms are all personally decorated and the designers have kept old details in the renovations, such as the hardwood floors and the old wallpaper. The furniture is a perfect mix between new designs and old vintage finds. Me like!
photos from www.storyhotels.com
‘Wallpaper’ link sponsored by Twenga
I just found these very inspiring photos from Swedish photographer Pia Ulin:
I love the contrast between the rough cement walls and the crisp white details. Simple and effectful! Lamps similar to the lihghtbulbs shown in the left middle photo can be bought from Anthropologie (propicia target=”_blank”>Search for Blazon Gleam Pendants), and IKEA has cheap rice lamps like in the top right photo.
photos from Pia Ulin’s website: www.piaulin.com
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No, this blog post is not about some long-legged, scandalous Scandinavian supermodel (sorry to disappoint), but about the growing trend towards using naked, blondeÂ wood such as birch, whiteÂ pine and beech in interior design. A style sometimes referred to as “Scandinavian blonde”. Naked wood has always been a majot element in Scandinavian interior design, maybe because 55% of Sweden consists of forests. I personally love the simplicity of pale, buy online propecia untreated wood. The wooden dining table with the carved legs is fabulous!
photos from pinchdesign.com and elleinterior.se
â€¦well, almost true. Up until now, it has been impossible to order anything from American fashion and home interior companyÂ Anthropologie and have it shipped to Australia. But (according to my source at Anthropologie) the company will start shipping to Australia in the beginning of this year. Hooray!
Here is a collage of my favourite Anthropologie items at the moment:
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What a hectic christmas! Travelling buy propecia online around Australia with Swedish visitors, going to Christmas dinners and parties, Christmas shopping, New Years Eve celebrations etc etc. How was your Christmas? Any good Christmas presents or tips?
Hereâ€™s a summary of my Christmas: