A Swede Spot

May 29, 2013 · 0 comments

in Decor, Dream Home

It’s official. I’m gonna hire a Swede to design my future home.

Just look at this space.

If I had a space like this, I’d spend all my weekends chilling out at home.

I’d invite my friends. We’d throw dinner parties. We’d have movie marathons. Play some board games (cos I’m a party animal like that).

I mean, seriously?! Would you look at this space?!

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You’ll bring the wine? And dip? ;)

(images via Alvhem via Planete Deco)

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Stars in a Jar

November 22, 2012 · 3 comments

in Design, Etsy

Oh my gosh are these Star Jars gorgeous or what?!

Created by San Francisco-based photographer Sarah Palmer, these constellation lamps are upcycled/recycled glass jars that have been fitted with sheet aluminium that was hand-punched to resemble a constellation-like pattern when turned on. Each Star Jar is powered by a standard CR2032 battery with its own on/off switch, turning them into the perfect nightlight.

These Star Jars also come in yellow and green light, and there’s also a Moon Jar, if stars aren’t your thing? Each jar is made to order with an estimated 2-week delivery time in the US, so if you’re looking to purchase it as a Christmas gift (and what a lovely gift it’ll be!) and have it shipped internationally, you may want to place your order soon.

In case my hint wasn’t obvious enough, I’ll take the 4 oz jar, thankyouverymuch. ;)

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Song of the Day

Digging Shelters, by Neil Halstead

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Headboard Heaven

November 22, 2012 · 0 comments

in Decor, Design

Headboards are such statement pieces. The perfect one will not only complement the overall look of your bedroom, it will also add an additional level of personality to the room. I’m particularly fond of the more traditional tufted wingback headboard, which somehow always makes the bed look extra inviting. But I am also a fan of headboards that are functional, doubling up as a little extra shelving space or even a room divider. Here are some of my favourites:

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