• Shopping in Oslo – in Norwegian style

    Oslo, famous for its high prices, may not be the first choice for interior decorators, but it is definitely worth taking a look at what it has to offer. There are many beautiful, large and small furniture shops selling both Norwegian products and other well-known brands. My first stop was ...

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  • 4 tips for the perfect fika pause in Helsinki!

    The route of the shore walk leads from Kaivopuisto via Meripuisto and the park of St. Birgitta (Pyhän Birgitan puisto). Take the tram to Kaivopuisto stop (lines 2 and 3, stop 0436) and walk through Kaivopuisto Park to the sea. It is going to be hyggelig! 1. Café Ursula is ...

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  • Timeless design – typical Scandinavian

    Stylish, classic and timeless. This is the dream of many decorators. But is timeless design actually more than an expensive interior? How do you recognize consistent, stylish and timeless design? And why is it so typical Scandinavian? With the right care, good design brings joy for many years and can ...

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  • Norwegian design – nature meets minimalism

    Norwegian Design In honour of Norwegian Constitution Day on 17 May, I’ll show you some beautiful pictures of two Norwegian homes, which Norwegian Bolig Pluss magazine calls the most beautiful houses in Norway. Norwegian design is still relatively unknown in the world. In connection with Norway’s small population and limited industrial ...

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  • Scandinavian Fish soup: Creamy Recipe

    The Scandinavian fish soup is charming in summer Various fish dishes are the best to eat in summer. The delicious soup can also made from a small fish if you put together a lot of vegetables but most importantly good broth is the soul of fish soup. If you use ...

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  • Lagom – The Swedish Way of Life.

    The hygge trend was on everyone’s lips for a while, but a new Scandinavian trend is slowly establishing itself – Lagom. Sufficient, suitable, so that just enough of everything is present. This is freely translated as moderation and the golden mean. That is why Lagom is often understood as “just right, enough, ...

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  • Swedish design shops – interior shopping in Stockholm

    Swedish design: Pillows, blankets, shelves, lamps, vases, carpets, flower pots… you name it! Stockholm is definitely leading the way in the Scandinavian style and offers numerous ideas for nordic Design. I have listed some of my favourite design shops – away from the bohemian boutiques in Södermalm or the small shops ...

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  • Luxurious finnish sauna: Löyly is a must-see place in Helsinki

    Extravaganza finnish sauna Löyly in Helsinki – great tip for your summer holiday in the north and for lovers of modern architecture! The sauna for a new generation – Löyly – looks simply ingenious! An absolute architectural eye-catcher and definitely worth a visit! I could sit on the terraces for hours, ...

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  • Cafés in Stockholm: perfect cup of coffee

    Did you know, that Swedes are some of the world’s biggest coffee drinkers. Yeah, Café culture is huge in Sweden. Many cafés will stay open until the early hours & the Swedes make Fika (coffee breaks) a regular part of their day. To your next visit in Stockholm, here some tops ...

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