I like these extraordinary things by the creative studio and design house Samuji.

That watering bulb is a beauty of its own and at the same time you do not need to worry if you watered or not watered the plants. So good.
The three-armed candle can be put in any stable candlestick.
See more here.
Pictures | Samuji


Outdoor lights

It might be too late to put down the outdoor lights now as the ground is too cold for digging, but anyhow wanted to show you some real goodies to light up your façade or garden with during this dark season. Maybe something to put on your wish list? I at least wanted to make this collage to remember my inspiration from this autumn. Some of the lights I have seen by friends, others around the blogosphere lately. So if you have difficulties to find modern, simple and nice outdoor lights, take a look at these. My personal favourite is the wall lamp (which looks black, but is dark grey) and the copper lamp looking like a cone.



Rosendahl Timepieces

So happy about my new clock and interior detail! The Station table clock from Rosendahl Timepieces, designed by my favourite designer Arne Jacobsen around 1941. Lovely! I like to have an original piece of Danish design history on my shelf. I have not yet decided where to have it and will probably move it around according to my mood. In my work corner (always sitting too long at the computer), on my bedside table or in the living room. One cool thing is that the clock reacts if you put your hand on top of it and the light comes on. The same goes for the snooze function. Just put your hand above it and it will soon ring again!

See the whole range of Arne Jacobsen's stylish table clocks here.
*In cooperation with Rosendahl Design Group.



Rosendahl Grand Cru series

We have got our first snow here and with that comes also some kind of Christmas feeling. It seems that the snow is melting away already next week so I took the opportunity and served some Christmas glogg in advance with ciabatta, olive bread and salty biscuits with jam. All with my new nice products from the Rosendahl Grand Cru series. I really like them a lot! I looked for new glogg glasses already last year so I was really happy when I found these ones! They are just the right size, transparent and without any ornaments. Clean and simple in the design.

When familiarizing myself with the Rosendahl Grand Cru series, I noticed that they have so many nice everyday details. Simple, clean lines and traditional design to a decent price. When looking through the brochure I wanted everything but above you see my favourite selections. The glogg glassescheeseboard (can also be used for bread, fruit, salty biscuits), beautiful cheese-looking cheese knife and glass jars. I was fascinated by the glass jars. Why not put everything in these? Pasta, sugar, muesli...So much nicer than the plastic bags!

If you also always search for the simplest design when it comes to small details, take a look at the whole beautiful Grand Cru collection here!
*In cooperation with Rosendahl Design Group 



Christmas heart by Le Klint

It is November already and we are going with rapid speed towards Christmas and the decorations. I got to think about Le Klint's window decoration, the white heart. Supernice and I think it would look very good in combination with or in contrast to the traditional white paper stars. The hearts are available in different sizes and folded in the same material as Le Klint's other famous lampshades.
And why not? You can also use it on special days like birthdays, St. Valentine's Day and weddings. When buying a heart you also contribute to the Love & light project, which support different charitable purposes every year. A hearty thought.

The hearts remind me of those simple red and white or red and green paper hearts that you folded as a kid. Maybe these new ones are just an ennobled and more exclusive variant of those? Hmm. Gave me another old-time idea that I probably would need to suggest for Le Klint...


Favourite flowers

I picked these plants with me home earlier this week when visiting the flower store. I could not resist the beautiful hydrangea with tinges of blue, lilac and purple. It puts me in a good mood every time I see it. And imagine. Just o-n-e is needed to lift a whole room!
I finally also found the Pilea peperomioides (Swedish Elefantöra ~ elephant ears) with parasol-like leaves. I have heard it is hard to find and suggested it in the flower store last time. And look there. It popped up! Now I have to take good care of it. Hope it will live!
The eucalyptus twigs are another favourite.
So simple and stylish.
Do you have any nice favourites when buying fresh flowers?
I am still looking for the great globe thistle (Echinops sphaerocephalus).
So cute and cool.