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NEWS

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Hey you!

Do you remember that I had a large dining table in one part of our living room? Well, now I’ve split up the dining room table. So here you can see the new dining room. The space where it originally stood has endless possibilities. Can not wait to show you!

Now I have to run off at the gym before a wedding and a birthday celebration waiting for me. Busy week, busy weekend! : D

Elisabeth

PURE WATER

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Good evening guys!

Ohhh, what a lovely day this has been. Me and Celine have really enjoyed the sun. She has felt the grass today, with bare arms and toes. She is so sweet. Attracts the legs and curl the toes when the grass tickles her.

Now I’m ready for this weeks 3 running session. We start training week on Sunday instead of Monday. This way I avoid any kind of blue Monday”! I have a goal to reach before I buy my wedding dress in August. So I got to keep up! At least five days a week. I can thank myself. I have been lazy ass over the last year. * laughs *

Got to run! PS! Check insta. Have a giveaway going! : D Tell you later; *

Elisabeth

DIY :: OPPOSITES POSTERS

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 Today’s DIY project is to create two posters with plus and minus which I will have in the dining room. In addition, I paint the cube” into the kitchen with the color *dempet sort* from Jotun. I want to create a more minimalistic expression, and I think this will do the job!
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MAGIS CHAIR ONE

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Not only did I get one of my beloved ones home yesterday I got two!! Sindre finally came home from Oslo, and his better half (me 😀) had sent him on a mission. My kind gentleman came therefore home with my other love yesterday … CHAIR ONE!! * Scream *

Finally you are mine! I’m thrilled! : D

Magis Chair One is designed in 2003 by Konstantin Grcic. Designer Konstantin Grcic wanted to use the least material to create the most product. His goal was to combine comfort with structure. And for me, this is pure art. I love it!

WELCOME MR. MASTER

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The Masters Chair, designed by Phillippe Starck for Kartell, is a tribute to the Series 7 Chair by Arne Jacobsen, the Tulip Chair by Eero Saarinen and the DSR or Eiffel Chair by Charles Eames.

It’s as comfortable as it is lovely. I think i might have a tiny crush on it! ;D