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IKEA sofa update in 1-2-3 with Bemz sofa cover

SOFA UPGRADE IN 1-2-3!

Do you remember the pictures from my new studio I´ve shown you earlier? Then you might remember that I had covered up my sofa? The reason was that I´ve bought a second-hand Karlstad sofa by IKEA that needed a new cover so I just covered it up with a big tablecloth I had until I found something better. After getting some fabric samples from Bemz, I ordered the perfect one!

If you didn´t know already, Bemz creates custom sewn design covers in hundreds of high-end fabrics so that you can update your IKEA sofa, armchairs, chairs and more. What better way to make your furniture reflect your personal style? For my Karlstad sofa I went for the super soft and lustrous velvet fabric designed by Designers Guild called Zaragoza Vintage Velvet – Eggshell, and I absolutely love my new sofa in my studio!

This is the first time I´ve tried a Bemz cover and I have to say that I´m very impressed by the good quality of the fabric and the fit. The sofa got a big upgrade and now looks super stylish!
Another thing I like about the Bemz products is that they are all machine washable and that the covers are sewn in Europe – both good for the environment.

Bemz sofa cover IKEA Karlstad

So what do you think? Do you like my new sofa?

I´m considering a little rug here as well. Any suggestions on what to choose? Color, style, fabric…? I would love to hear your thoughts!

Bemz sofa cover
photos © Nina Holst

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In the summer heat it´s not easy to keep fresh flowers to stay alive indoors, so my tip is to find some decorative straws that don´t need water. They last forever and look beautiful and summery. Happy sunny weekend from me!

photos © Nina Holst

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Flower tip for your garden

I have to share my beautiful white “Delphinium” (Ridderspore) that just started blooming on our terrace. This is a perennial plant and I´ve had it for a few years already, and I love its beautiful, tall spires! They get a lot of flowers as well, and are perfect for a vase inside as well. Flower tip of the day : )

Happy weekend, everyone. I´ll be back tomorrow showing you a fun tool that you can use – so stay tuned!

Delphinium
photos © Nina Holst