PS 2014

IKEA has done it again. Every year a limited edition of a new PS collection arrives, and each year there are a few pieces that I just cannot resist. This year – as I’m in the mindset of getting my own place – I just can’t resist these two versatile and space-saving pieces! Premier on the 1st of May – so keep a lookout!



I cant wait for May. Not just because of summer, but because Ikea’s PS 2014 – On the Move will be launched.

Interior Design

Waffle factory remake – Home of the week

I really can’t stop being inspired by all the amazing homes on Rum Hemma. This week I want to share this lovely, renovated waffle factory. The building has exaggerated proportions, and lots of space. This has been balanced by upsized furniture and light, airy materials. The raw wood wall is an absolute favorite!

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Decorative Details, Interior Design

Minimalistic bathroom

I’m not usually a fan of complete minimalism, I find it becomes boring because there aren’t enough things to look at, but in bathroom furniture I find it creates a nice calm (maybe combined with Moroccan style tiles on the floor). Anyway I just had to share this minimalistic sink that still managed to intrigue me with its combination of shape and materials. Enjoy!


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Found on Freshome

Inspire Me

Grandma’s cooking

I know this is an interior design and home decor blog, but sometimes I can’t help wanting to share other sources of inspiration. I found this on tumblr and started reflecting, first of all how true it is, about grandmothers and food (my grandma’ can’t come around without bringing something yummy) and secondly how many sources of inspiration there are for our homes. Our culture, background, family, and cooking can all be great sources of inspiration! Some of these plates have such lovely color schemes! Enjoy!


Bisrat Melake, 60 years old – Addis Ababa, Ethiopia– Enjera Isolina Perez De Vargas, 83 years old – €“ Mendoza, Argentin Fifi Makhmer, 62 years old -€“ Cairo, Egypt– Kuoshry (pasta, Julia Enaigua, 71 years old – La Paz, Bolivia- Queso Humacha ( Normita Sambu Arap, 65 years old – Oltepessi (masaai mara) Ken Marisa Batini, 80 years old – Castiglion Fiorentino, Italy– Delicatessen with love Serette Charles, 63 years old – Saint-J Susann Soresen, 81 years old – Homer, Alaska– MOOSE STEAK - Grace Estibero (82) Mumbai, India Chicken vindaloo – Delicatessen witInara Runtule, 68 years old – Kekava, Latvia

Source: Slate

Decorative Details

I don’t like killing plants but…

I really suck at keeping them alive. I try, I honestly try, to water them as often as I remember, but I’m too lazy and forgetful to make it a habit… So what to do? I love plants inside, but have trouble keeping them alive. I’ve found two potential solutions, have a look!

1. The obvious. What I was going to write about from the beginning. Cacti (or just cactuses, but I think cacti sounds that much cooler!) and succulents.





2. This awesome, eye catching little invention by Patrick Morris, that gradually waters your plants with gravity’s help and only needs refilling once a fortnight!