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BETTER LATE THAN EVER, right 😉 My obsession with shower curtains just doesn’t stop so this Weekend Hunt goes for the bathroom! I simply love when people decor their bathroom, so it becomes an adventure to sit there… haha, I mean you spent so much in that room, so why not make it an experience to visit! How many of your friends have a white, boring and “interior-design-neglected” bathroom? It doesn’t make sense to me that so many people have the most beautiful decorated house except from the bathroom – I mean it must be the place where you’re guests have time to really think about and notice all the interior details in your home! So, what I´ve been looking for today is accessories for your vintage mix´n modern bathroom – And I actually think Ive found some fab treasures, of cause 😉

Lets start of with the shower curtains..hmmm! Only 68USD from Society6! Gotta say I have a huge crush on old VW cars!



Next stop is Amager, Denmark – I have found a mix of accessories all from Tante Tulis that never was in the bathroom, but I think that is reason enough to get it in there! These old tin cans are a great storage option for all the small ugly pieces that we use in the bathroom – the alarm clock is just cool and adds an atmosphere of history and coziness! Who said bathroom  aren’t cozy? I don’t know about you but I have read the majority of my most dusty scientific literature in the bathroom – in peace and silence! Next favorite is the old industrial metal bucket, DKK 450! You can use it, if not on the bathroom, then maybe in the living room for nice magazines, books and a plaid! But I would love it in my bathroom for towels! 

More decor! I am not really on the “letter-wave” but these copper letters from Leben Cph are really cool and I think they would fit perfectly in a vintage bathroom! They are a bit pricy DKK 2250, but I have found a cheaper option at Etsy.com – ONLY DKK 17!!!!

OH, can’t stop – just went by Etsy and found this storage and lamp perfect for the vintage, industrial bathroom! Cheap and so cool! The lamp is only DKK 195! Check out the pulling detail, LOVE IT! The storage is made of wood from the 1920´s DKK 970 – both of them ´ALERT´ pieces!

If you haven’t read my weekend hunt before I go for unique vintage treasures and modern  pieces that will make a perfect match! My mission is to find stuff you can’t get in the local mall or main-design-store! – Please let me know if you know of a certain place, that I should check out :)


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THUMBS UP for “Puzzled” by Ernsting!

More from Hanna Emelie Ernsting the German-American designer! Talking about when interior completes the puzzle, back in 2007 Hanna launched “Puzzled” a porcelain vase that consists of ten individual pieces that you can combine into different forms and expose  the colors you like or use each piece separate! With the vase comes a rubber band that holds the parts together and gives the impression of a flower bouquet from the market – I think this vase has what it takes, its beautiful and can be be serious, fun or playful! What do you think?

Again I am sure this won’t be the last post about Hanna Emelie Ernsting –

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Anita Johansen – educated from The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in 2012. Her Graduation project and her first launching furniture – The Daybed, was highly acknowledge and recommended – it has a classic look and all the way superb details! Its an exploration of traditional furniture upholstery – Anita has taken upholstery to the next level, perfect suitable for modern life style with features, that makes it easy to change upholstery component.

Lately The Daybed by Anita Johansen is in Wallpapers report for Maison et Objet 2014!

With her colleague Laura Faurschou, Anita Johansen is one of the founders of Johansen Faurschou focus on the scandinavian approach to simplicity and functionality. The company works within the frame of traditional craftsmanship with an focus on today’s need for exhibiting and accessorizing our homes. Their ambitions is to create products with a simplistic appearance and an honest expression because the designers seek avoid unnecessary details.

In January this year Johansen and Faurschou joined the international furnishing show, imm cologne as part of the group danishdesign MAKERS who collective presented a collection of objects.

Johansen Faurschou was presented with their ´Blind Pendant´ and ´Frame Mirror´!

The ´Blind Pendant´ is designed around the idea of being able to generate both general and focused lighting. The pendant has a shade that can be raised and lowered on the cord, thereby increasing or decreasing the light’s intensity and span.

The ´Frame Mirror´has its reference to the classic barber mirror. The small tray shelf ads a function to the mirror and the mirror ads a dimention to the itemsyou display on the shelf.

I find Johansen Faurschou design really elegant, simple but still edgy – What do you think? 


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