Table setting – sushi & wine

Table setting_grey and green

This Saturday I had some girls over for sushi and wine, and I captured some photos of the table setting I did before they came.

I like to set the table in a theme that matches the food, so I went for a simple look using green “flowers” in small glass vases. As napkins I used some light grey-green kitchen towels I found on sale ( a real bargain! ) that I put under the plates, and I used my slate plates to put the sushi sticks and forks on.

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Hopefully my table setting gave you a few ideas for the next time you are having guests over…

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Images: Nina Holst

Autumn favorites


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I´m going to go for a natural look with hints of brown in the living room this fall, and have gathered a few of my favorites from Stylizimo Shop that shows for the look I´m after… Lambskin, wool, brown leather, marble and grey – I love it!

All the products are available in Stylizimo Shop. Links to all products above.

How are you planning your Autumn living room to be? I´d love to hear!

Gallery – By Nina Holst

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I´m proud to say that I finally have my very own gallery called BY NINA HOLST on the web, where you can see all my paintings ( at least the latest ones )!

Most of them are sold, but if you are interested in one that still is for sale, you can send me an email to nina(at)stylizimo(com). More info of each painting will show up when you click on the photos.

The website with be updated frequently with new work.

By Nina Holst

Cosy evenings outside

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There is no doubt that the evenings are getting darker and that Autumn is sneaking up on us. To still be able to use out terrace in the evenings I have therefore hung a chain of light bulbs about the couch so we can have it cosy there in the dark as well.

I´ll try to take some photos in the dark one day, so you´ll get a better idea on how it looks “by night”.


Images: Nina Holst