Month: July 2018

A Fun Poster Idea

This weekend has been all about enjoying some simple things after we completed the floor renovations earlier this week. I did two long walks yesterday and ended up having a good old nanna nap afterwards (talking about quick recovery…). Today we did a spout of shopping and just enjoyed the sunny day. I shuffled things around a bit at home to make space for this beautiful travel map from Bold Tuesday. This talented Estonian duo has a great sense of humour and a real eye for minimalist posters. I must admit I’m not a huge fan of travelling and these days it seems even harder to muster up the energy to plan a trip, but I do love visiting new countries and learning about different cultures. In addition, I’ve always been a map geek (geography masters!), so their designs were a perfect fit. There’s a big range of fun designs available, suitable for both kids’ room decor or in your home office as well. I highly recommend the magnetic poster rails as well, I love this pared back look with the minimalist poster.

I have a busy couple of weeks ahead, even including a bit of travelling (domestic). More on that soon, so stay tuned!

This poster was kindly gifted me by Bold Tuesday. All opinions are my own, as usual!

Zone Denmark at Scandihome

With the renovations finally coming to an end, I can start reorganising things back to where they belong. I love this process of clearing out everything, then reintroducing the belongings with a fresh set of eyes. The new floors have opened up our home for more light and I love how different our old pieces look.

This little shelf in our kitchen becomes a bit of a landing zone for all kinds of things. Notebooks and pens, containers for elastic bands, tea bags, and other little things. These Zone Denmark Peili containers are absolutely ideal for any room of the house. Not just clever storage, they can also be used for serving. How handy is that?

The Peili plates can also be used as trays and you know how much I love stacking trays to lean against the wall 😉 Just FYI, there is a huge colour range available in these series from Zone Denmark, so if grey is not your cup of tea, go ahead and get something a bit more colourful. I added a touch of texture with the Hexagon trivet. There are never enough trivets in the house or am I the only one?

Last, but not least I sneaked the Ume bath series into the kitchen as well. We prefer a small bin in the kitchen, so the Ume pedal bin is absolutely perfect. Since we use electric toothbrushes, I am using the toothbrush mug in the kitchen to store pencils and scissors. Finally, the soap pump is a beautiful fit in our grey-beige kitchen.

Hope you have had a lovely and productive week. I am looking forward to organising the rest of our home this weekend and finally putting my feet up, even just for a moment! Have a good one!

PS. These products were kindly gifted to me by Zone Denmark. As always, all opinions are my own.