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Last Friday morning I stood at the supermarket checkout, exitedly clutching a bunch of copies of the latest issue of Couch featuring our home story.
Friday afternoon we went to the hardware store to buy some plywood and brackets for two new DIYs (I know it’s said that a relationship that survies IKEA can pretty much survive anything. I honestly think that the reason James and I still like each other after all these years is that we enjoy going to the hardware store together. Fine, one of the reasons).
Renovating and decorating is a never-ending endeavour. Which frustrates me sometimes, i.e. when half-finished DIY projects linger for months, nay, years. But essentially I do love how an apartment can change and evolve around and with you.
The Couch home story was a good motivation to finish some projects and since I took so many pictures for it, many of which weren’t printed, I thought I’d give you a room by room tour of the apartment on Spruced as well, starting with the family room.
FIY: The German translation of this post is much longer and more detailed, so if you have any questions, please switch languages at the top of the page. Of course, you can also ask me anything directly. I normally translate all of the articles on Spruced in full, but I’m so swamped at the moment, I just didn’t have the time to do this one.
Table: Legs Loop from HAY plus tabletop from HOLZ POSSLING | Chairs: Vintage via MAGASIN BERLIN | Bank: DIY | Picture frames: GRANIT | Print: ALEXANDRIA COE via PARTNERSHIP EDITIONS | Vase: LYNGBY | Pendant light: Piper from BOLIA | Sheepskin: Skold from IKEA | High chair: Tripp Trapp from STOKKE
Doors: Veddinge from IKEA, painted in French Pale Grey from LITTLE GREENE | Work surface: Oxsten from IKEA | Handles: Holy Wafer from SUPERFRONT | Tiles: Subway tiles from BERLINER FLIESENMARKT | Cutting boards: TING | Wooden stool: Bekväm from IKEA | Carafe: Areia from MOTEL A MIIO | Lamps: Amp from NORMANN COPENHAGEN | Small rugs: IKEA, old | Large rug: Lohals from IKEA | Print: Learning from Japan from Design Museum Danmark via PLAKATEN
Sofa: A Sofa, designed by Sigurd Larsen for FORMEL A in Dark Blue velvet| Pillows in orange and grey: H&M | Pillow in petrol: BOLIA | Pillow Fan: BOLIA| Side tables: Eclypse from MYCS | Chair: Betty from BOLIA | Print: Golden Field from Silke Bonde via POSTER CLUB
Lamp: Note from HOUSE DOCTOR | Grey planters: Como from H. SKJALM P. | White planters: Arild from BROSTE COPENHAGEN | Print: Copenhagen Jazz Festival by CHRISTIANE SPANGSBERG | Print: Flowerworks 1 by SARAH ILLENBERGER | CD-Players + Radio: MUJI
This article contains the names of brands and products and therefore has to be lawfully labeled as ADVERTISEMENT. It also features affiliate links, which means that if you make a purchase through one of the links, I will be receiving a small percentage of the sale. All of the products have been chosen personally and independently by me. The pieces above were also all paid for by us, with one exception: Little Greene kindly supplied the „Rolling Fog“ paint for free.
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