So that was the living room -this is the bedroom! it feels like such a luxury to have a bedroom that is not combined with some other function -office or what ever. Its just for sleeping! ahh.. All the flags are from our wedding and im so happy to be reminded of that day all the time. The empty wall above the bed is actually not empty at all any more! photos of this will come later... P.s. -can you spot: A: which clothes are D's and which is mine? -neat stacks vs. a mess in a box. B: the beloved fox pullover?
> Niller: meget poetisk portræt af vores entre! tak for det!
> Hanna: Thank you. That set up is fairly new and i like it alot too!
> Anne: Thanks! The counting monkey we bought in Reykjavik in this great shop called Frida Frænka! I only notice now that he has lost one of his numbers! 9 is a bigger number than nothing for sure!
> Mieke & Veronik: Thank you. it feels like home.
> Lynn & Horst: YES! anytime - anyplace! i will be there!
> Schanett: Thank you. Those kinda of floors and windows are so common in Copenhagen that you forget how privileged you are! i do love this style too.
> Lisen: I guess i doooo like the floors! of course! but they are very uneven in colour that we seriously plan to paint them all white... The big floorpillow is ofcourse Rufus' -i made it for him this summer and we keep spare blankets and pillows inside. But actually Rufus doesn't really like it! ungrateful dog!
> Katrine: Thanks for your nice comment. it sounds really weird with blogger! hope you sort it out! The little animal on the tv is a guinea pig! We got him at IKEA actually -undercover of the fact that we were about to become uncle and aunt. We haven't passed him on to Ivan yet because he is just too soft to let go.. Maybe we should cause Rufus really wants to eat him!!
> Lena: You are very welcome! the chairs by the TV are ofcourse by the amazing Danish designer Wegner. They are actually my parents but i have loved them since i was a teenager and i am so grateful that i got to bring them with me to Copenhagen