Bergen Design Story

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There is a new exciting event coming up in Bergen this fall, and I want to highlight it here on my blog, so you don´t miss out on this important event!

Bergen Design Story wants to become the leading meeting place for Interior Design by gathering participants and engaging contributors for an exciting day with various Design Talks. They are welcoming designers, stylists, photographers, architects, manufacturers, trend researchers, editors, creators, advertisers and bloggers and anyone else who is interested in interior design.

This year´s  theme will be ” The honest rom” and exciting people from the design world including Nathan Williams from The Kinfolk and stylist Gitte Christensen will be sharing their stories. You can follow them on Facebook to get all the updates on the program and contributors.
I will be there for sure, and I hope to see many of you there too! It´s only 150 tickets available, so don´t wait too long…!

Sign up by writing an email to: trude(at)conseptnord(dot)no

Will I see you there?


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Copper By Lassen

It´s only one day left of Easter and I hope you all have enjoyed the holiday. I certainly have, as we have had incredibly nice weather – it´s almost like summer has arrived!

Anyway, it´s time to reveal the winner of the fabulous copper Kubus bowl from By Lassen… The  lucky winner is Karina from Austria. Congratulations! I´ll send you an email so I can get your address.

Thank you to everybody for participating. I have a new giveaway coming up soon, so stay tuned!Enjoy the rest of the day.


Copper Living room Copper_Kubus

Images: Nina Holst


Easter table setting

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What better way to enjoy Easter than to have friends or family over for dinner and if you are doing just that – maybe you need some inspiration on how you can set the table?

This time I have focused on natural hues and used elements like eggs, twigs and bunnies instead of colors like yellow and green, which is very normal for Easter.

Easter bunny on napkin


Find a drawing of a bunny on the web or draw one yourself. Print it out or draw it on the paper you´d like to use, or use it as a template. Then use a scissor to cut the bunnies out.

I hope this gave you some inspiration how you can set the table this Easter. If you want more inspiration, you can check out the Easter table settings on

Wishing you all a wonderful and relaxing Easter.


Table setting_Easter

Cutlery: Kay Bojesen // Tableware: Rosenthal // Tablecloth: a curtain from Kid // Egg: Kid  // Napkins: Skeidar

Images: Nina Holst

Easter eggs

Copper easter eggs

This year´s Easter eggs are up, and as you can see I went for copper and “blue-green” eggs this year. The copper eggs I bought at Verket Interiør a few weeks back, but the other ones are painted with acrylic paint by me. I tried to paint a dip dye effect, but it was actually more difficult than I thought it would be… Anyway this is how they ended up.

Have you painted any eggs this year? If you need inspiration, you will find a lot of Easter ideas on under the category Easter.

Easter eggs_copper

Images: Nina Holst