Love. Need. Want. 

Here are a few extra shots that didn't make it into the book.

The Green Home by Susanna Vento, Riikka Kantinkoski and Pinja Forsman

Images: Via with thanks.


I've been obsessed with Japanese ceramic since I can remember and this beautiful work by Takashi Endo is no exception.

Images: Takashi Endo via Analogue Life with thanks.


Mahabi Love! They look great, they're seriously comfy and when they have their soles attached they're perfect for heading down to the beach.

Images: Me

{Thank you to for kindly sponsoring this post. All opinions are 100% honest and my own. I only write about things that I love}


I've been dreaming about having these floors for many years now. Our new (old) house is on the the horizon - so my dream is getting closer.  Upstairs? Downstairs? Both floors? Not sure - I need to live in it for a while first. Even if it does mean living with 70's decor for a while.

Image: Dinesen with thanks.


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I'd like to extend a huge welcome to mói as my latest sponsor. They're an Icelandic kids fashion brand who's inspiration comes from all things nature. Their products are responsible, ethical and organic (goes without saying from such a fantastic brand), their pieces mix and match beautifully and can be used by boys and girls.

Some words from mói:

"Coming form the land of ice and fire, mói proudly launches their spring summer collection for 2017. Known for their raven prints, mói now approaches their core ethnic relationship with nature by embracing the colours of the Icelandic wilderness"

I've been using mói clothes for Felix for around a year now (so way before this collaboration) and let me tell you they are absolutely fantastic. The quality is amazing (seriously you can wash a million times and they won't lose their colour or shape - at all!) and I love the designs. I am genuinely excited that they have come onboard here as a sponsor.

Shop the delicious collection here.


Some AMAZING interior inspiration for you today. To me this is pretty much perfect. Created by interior design company Liljencrantz Design in Stockholm.

Images: Liljencrantz Design via, with thanks.


I thought it about time I offered something to my lovely loyal readers! Well here you go....

Take 15% off any Pia Wallen Cross blanket using this code: LOVENORDIC

Shop the collection here

You're welcome!


I never tire of the old Swedish apartments with pale boards and white walls. They are specifically what first inspired me back in the day when I started blogging and despite the new styles and darker colours, there is still something very special about this quintessential Swedish look.

Images: Found here, via, with thanks.


So I've always been a monochrome / natural tones kinda gal, but lately I think I my tastes are changing. I mean, don't get me wrong, I'm not going to start raving about bright colours, BUT I do love some of these beautiful muted colours that are around right now. I'm totally into my nudes, browns, greens and blues....

I guess it's inevitable. Fashion and styles change and also our opinions (on everything) change and / or become more confident as we get older.  It's a good thing. What are your thoughts on colour?

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I’d like to introduce you to a lovely new sponsor of mine. Zigzag and Zebra are the go-to store for all things fun, beautiful and creative for kids. They feature tons of Scandi brands and offer beautiful textile toys as well as classic wooden stuff.

Something to really look out for is the lovely prints (see below - they have a huge collection) and please do visit their baby gift section (some shown above); you will never need to go anywhere else for that perfect present.

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