October 29, 2011

Saturday



Another place not to be missed if travelling in Iceland (or Copenhagen for that matter) with children is the Laudromat Café. I like the nice interior and the large playroom downstairs where you can also wash your clothes. It's always very busy so it's a good way to meet locals, especially if you bring your kids. I haven't been 100% lucky with the food and the service. But they have great coffee. And the playroom is to die for although coffee is only allowed in the doorway. Hope you have a nice weekend!

October 28, 2011

October 27, 2011

Thursday





Pictures: 1-3. & 5. : Brinja København 4. Sköna Hem
This is also the most inspiring home and blog. Brinja also runs a shop in Copenhagen. She has the cutest miniature version of her apartment where furniture move in and out as the full size apartment interior changes. More pictures available through Sköna Hem.

Thursday





Pictures: bare WUNDERBAR (are linked to their sources)
This week I've been staying at home with two sick kids. I found a load of new favourite blogs in the process. It's like when you find a good book, you just have to read it until the end, or the beginning so to speak. This blog has it all, it's super creative, inspiring and beautiful.

October 26, 2011

Wednesday




A colorful Australian home on a rainy day. Today it was almost dark when I went with my oldest son to daycare at 9AM.

October 20, 2011

Thursday


Picture: Apartment Therapy through poppytalk

A modern version of a plate rack display bookcase?

October 19, 2011

October 18, 2011

Tuesday








Pictures: mbl.is

Yet another home for sale. It's yours for 38 million Icelandic kr .

October 12, 2011

Wednesday






Pictures: mbl.is

I have a big weakness for nooks. I don't like apartments that are the shape of a shoebox with all windows in one end. This apartment is for rent if you're planning on moving to Reykjavík anytime soon. Also check out this lovely advertising campaign where Icelandic people invite tourists for dinner, to lessons on how to knit an Icelandic sweater and much more. If you had been fast you could have had sushi with the mayor of Reykjavík or panncakes with the president.
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