GETTING A SPRING LOOK IN 1-2-3!

By taking away some of the dark items on my kitchen self and replace it with lighter ones, I immediately got a spring feeling in my kitchen. I love when a little rearranging is all that it takes to get a new fresh look, using what I already have but in a different way.

On today´s walk I also found some beautiful spring flowers for my kitchen. They will make sure I get that extra spring feeling with its beauty and heavenly scent! Oh, joy!

An olive branch in a simple glass vase is beautiful and decorative on the kitchen shelf.

Spring feeling in the kitchen
photos © Nina Holst

ANNONSE

Tilbud på Bonytt

Selv om man finner mye inspirasjon digitalt om dagen, er det noe helt spesielt med å ha et magasin mellom hendene. Det å lese magasiner er rett og slett en helge luksus for meg, og jeg elsker å krype opp i sofaen med en kopp kaffe og et inspirerende blad.

Bonytt har lenge vært et av de interiørmagasinene jeg liker best, og som treffer min stil – her finner jeg massevis av inspirasjon. Det er rett og slett en fryd å bla meg igjennom boligreportasjene, gjør-det-selv-artikler og nyttige tips om hvordan jeg kan designe og innrede her hjemme.

TILBUD PÅ BONYTT

Hvis du kunne tenke deg å abonnere på Bonytt, kan jeg friste med et godt tilbud: Nå får du nemlig 5 utgaver av Bonytt + 2 porselenskopper fra Pantone til kun 199,- ( + 49,- i porto for gave ). Koppene er en nyhet og kommer i fargene Canal Blue og Charcoal Gray – fine, ikke sant?

Tilbudet bestiller du HER.


photos © Nina Holst

ANNONSE

HIMLA  – NEW NORDIC WEBSHOP

Himla has just launched their new web shop, and I have had the pleasure to pick out some of my favorites to showcase a few of the beautiful products they have. If you love high-quality textiles, like me, then Himla is heaven.

For my styling, I chose products to make a table setting. First, I used the Sunshine tablecloth to cover the table and just by adding this lovely linen textile the setting got cozier. To match this, the other products I chose were in neutral colors. This way I could decorate with items such as flowers or dinnerware to easily change colors and the expression of the table setting.  The small and simple flower on each napkin is one of those simple touches that adds a bit of spring and color to the table. Also, for each seating, I used the Maya coated placemat in the color Dark natural.

WIN A GIFT CARD + GET A 25% DISCOUNT!

Did you get inspired to make a spring table setting yourself? Or maybe you are looking for some decorative products for your bed, bath or living room? Either way, I recommend you take a look at Himla´s new web shop.

And to celebrate the new launch Himla, is giving away 2 gift cards value of 3000 SEK each (about 310 EUR) to be used in their web shop. There will also be a 25% discount code that you can use in the web shop when we announce the winners. To participate, all you have to do is head over to my Instagram and tag 2 friends in the comment section. But, be quick! The winners will be picked this Wednesday (10th of May).

I wish you good luck!

 







photos © Nina Holst

Lagre

Lagre

With the amazing weather we have had lately, we have a lot of Wood Anemones in the woods nearby. So the weekend bouquet is hand picked and free of charge – win win!

Happy weekend everyone! I´ll be back on Sunday with a spring table setting and a great offer for you, so make sure to stop by.

photo © Nina Holst

New flower pots in 1-2-3!

On my InstaStories this Sunday, I shared a little project that I was doing at home. I had a lot of outdoor flower pots that really needed a fresh up or a change of color, so I painted them all white using leftover paint for masonry that I had. The paint is weather resistant, and therefore also perfect for my flowerpots! Before painting them I gave them a good wash, them I painted them with two coats. Now they are as good as new again!

Maybe you have some flower pots that needs a little fresh up or a change of color as well? This is much cheaper than buying new ones, that´s for sure!

Outdoor flower pots
photos © Nina Holst