On my Wish list

Arne Jacobsen´s The Swan, designed in 1958, for the lobby and lounge areas of the Radisson SAS Royal Hotel in Copenhagen. 

Call me cupcake!

A recent find, Call me Cupcake! is an awe-inspiring Swedish blog on baking worth visiting if you have a sweet tooth and love baking or just want to drool over the amazingly beautiful photography. 


After a lot of stress, drama and long days lately, I´m feeling a bit like....this. Bon nuit;)
Photography by Hannah Lemholt

Warm drinks for cold nights

I very rarely put my own work on my blog but thought I might share these with you, they seem to fit so well with the mood of the season. I did these few years ago for Gestgjafinn, a magazine on food and wine here in Iceland. The photographer is Kristinn Magnusson and it was a very dear friend of mine, the domestic goddess Sirry, who did the tasty recipes for this feature. All the drinks were warm, exotic and oh so perfect for those dark autumn/winter nights when you want nothing more than to cuddle up on the sofa and make yourself as comfortable as possible. 

 Mayan Chocolate

1 red chili
4 dl water
1 l milk
1 vanilla
1 cinnamon stick
200 grams dark chocolate, chopped
2 tablespoons sugar or honey
2 dl whipped cream

(1 dl equals 100 milliliters, approx. 7 tablespoons)

Cut the chili in two and remove the seeds. 
Put in a saucepan with the water and boil for approx. 5 min or until half of the water has evaporated. 
Sieve and put aside. 
Put the milk in the saucepan, remove the pods from the vanilla and add to the milk along with the vanilla and cinnamon stick and bring to boil. 
Add chocolate and sugar or honey and melt together. 
Take vanilla and cinnamon stick out of the saucepan. 
Add the chili water to the saucepan according to taste, you might not want to use it all. 
Pour into cups and add a dash of whipped cream on top. 

Favorite form

Images found via Moastidrom, Mackapar and Yellowtrace

Oi Soi Oi

Another gorgeous website, this time Oi Soi Oi which is Vietnamese for "Goodness gracious me!" All these beautiful objects are handmade in workshops in villages around Hanoi in Vietnam, using age-old craft traditions. 


Louise Roe

Just discovered Louise Roe website. Beautiful products. 

A home in Gotland

I´ve been meaning to post these images for a while, you might already have seen them around the blogworld. I love this house, the home of architect and interior designer Johan Israelson and his family, somewhere in the countryside of Gotland in Sweden. This one would definitely go on my inspiration board if I was making plans for a second home in the countryside. Perhaps one day....

Photographer Stellan Herner
Images found via Love Nordic and Vosges Paris

Friedamaria-part II

I´ve mentioned Friedamaria before, see here. Here are more examples of their amazing creativity. 


Although my favorite color palette tends to lean more towards neutral colors with perhaps few dashes of brighter colors in between (that´s how I decorate my personal space), I absolutely love lots of bright and cheerful colors, especially in children´s rooms. 
Through La Maison d´Anna G. I came across Mokkasin, a webshop for children. Lots of lovely things there. I personally would go nuts there, if I had any children to lavish with toys;)