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I’ve been feeling a bit weird lately, and therefore haven’t been blogging that much. I guess my inspiration took a break or something. But it’s coming back again, and I feel an urge to blog again. We went to Aarhus this weekend, did a bit of shopping and visited some family. It was nice, and I always get inspired when I walk around town.

We bought this cute little sugar bowl from Muuto, designed by Jonas Wagell, and now all I can think of is the yellow cookie jar. I don’t know if it’s the jar, or the cookies we’ll keep in the jar that attracts me the most though.

But luckily for me, my hubby and I will be spending a weekend in Copenhagen in the beginning of June, and I’ll be able to walk the streets for inspiration. I cannot wait. It’s nice to get some time all by ourselves, and we’re going to what I hope is an amazing concert with the Danish singer Tina Dickow. So with these things happening, I’m happy that I feel inspired again. Actually, I worked on my more private work station this weekend, and now I may actually get a place all to myself, where I can be creative and do my stuff.

Image: Muuto


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I’ve been working from home today, because my daughter is sick with scarlet fever. I’ve been sitting in our smaller living room,  with all my papers spread all over the dining table. I always get inspired, when I’m working from home, and now I want to re-do the whole room again.

Lying on our dining table right now are the latest packages delivered to my front door by the mailman. Maybe my inspirational mood could be traced back to the content of the two packages. I’m looking at Holly Becker’s Decorate and my new Paumes books Paris Creative Couples and Stockholm Family Style. I’ll post more about these books later, I just need a few hours to read through them.

And finally, a few pictures to inspire you to give your work station a makeover. I just love these pictures. The simplicity of the wall decoration is stunning.

Images: via emmas designblogg

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I think my brain is trying to tell me something. I’ve been inspired by lots of creative desks lately. I need to do something about my home office soon. Visit Design*sponge for more beautiful pictures from this beautiful Paris home.

Image: via Design*Sponge

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What a cool place. Imagine working from a place like this. I know I would be very inspired, if I had a space like this to sit, relax, write and blog.

Image: Mixr

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Her er inspiration til hvordan man får plads til en familie på fire på 96 kvm. Familien bor i det centrale Stockholm med en fantastisk udsigt. Se mange flere billeder og læs om familien lige her.

Keep it small – inspiration for the family of four living in small spaces. Get your inspiration from this Swedish family from Stockholm. For more information go here.

Images: Mixr

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Jeg elsker Eames stole – og har nu endelig fået købt to stk. til hjemmet. Det er virkelig stole, som jeg kan glæde mig over hver dag. Jeg er ikke ene om min kærlighed til disse stole. Kom med indenfor i Rob og Barbs loft i San Francisco.

I just love chairs by Charles and Ray Eames. I just bought two for our home and I hope for more in the future. Obviously, I’m not alone. Take a look around this amazing San Francisco loft for more inspiration. For more pictures and info about the interior go here.

Images: Apartment Therapy

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Nu nærmer 2011 sig og jeg glæder mig altid til at købe en ny kalender. Jeg er faldet for denne flotte kalender med Eames stole, som StoryByMia har designet og sælger via Etsy shoppen af samme navn.

2011 is just around the corner. What I love most about this time of year is finding my new calendar. 2011 might be an Eames chairs year. I found this beautiful calendar on StoryByMia’s Etsy shop right here.

Images: StoryByMia via Etsy

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