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Food & beverage
Home & interior
Sewing & crafts
(A hint of) Christmas in the living room
With only a few days left to Christmas, a minimum of Christmas decorations adds to the holiday spirit.
A house in the making: 3D renders and latest update
We've finally got the go-ahead to start building our dream house.
Our home featured by OsloDeco
I'm near bursting with pride seeing how Birgit Fauske's pictures of our home turned out at OsloDeco.
A little work space under the stairs
We've moved our desk to the hallway. There's a perfect little spot for ut under the staircase.
New color on our bedroom walls
Our dark little bunker area have been renewed with a new, brighter and warmer color, and in record time.
Now, that's my kind of breakfast
On rare occations the usual cold porridge is replaced with warm bread and fresh flowers. That deserves a note.
Three dreamy kitchens and an island
There's still no rush in deciding on a kitchen for the house, but that doesn't mean we can't start dreaming.
A fluffy living room situation
Our floor, plastered walls and velour couch. All our living room needed was a fluffy, white carpet. Check!
Oh, how I love our new plastered walls
There is no more bulky, glossy brick walls in our living room, just beautiful plastered walls.
Note to self no. 10: Babyproofing might be a bit painful when you're an interior snob
But everything for little G <3.
While the apartment is a work in progress, we head west to spend the holiday with family.
The Come Here side table by Woud
When a furniture is as versatile as this table, it's a good thing it comes with a handle (sponsored table)
Recipe: Whole wheat and sugar-free scones
My local café stopped making my favorite scones, but I've got the recipe.
DIY bear shaped baby mobile for the crib
Gustav now have three paper bears floating over his crib.
Dark and delicious velour
We were supposed to wait until the house was ready to buy a new couch, but we just couldn't resist.
Christmas wrapping and Christmas greatings
This year my gifts is wrapped with a lovely pattern mix. Ho ho ho!
(Sponsored) Posters from Coco Lapine
A couple of weeks ago I was gifted these really cool posters from Sarah from the webshop and blog Coco Lapine.
Pattern and tutorial for the baby overall #2
Read how you can make this overall for a tiny human.
Note to self no. 09: Don't go furniture shopping with baby brain
While the brain is all foggy, it might be a good idea to leave the wallet at home.
New hues in the living room (and a new box of stuff in the storage)
Sometimes all it takes is some new pillows to update the living room.
Gustav sporting his home sewn overall
It's so much fun that the overall I made for Gustav while he was still in my belly actually fits.
The hallway before and after
Our hallway have been redecorated with a fresher looking staircase and some painting on the wall.
Five weeks with Gustav
Today it's five weeks since Gustav was born and our life got a whole new meaning.
Our apartment is featured in Bonytt magazine
... all thanks to photographer Anne Bråtveit and stylist Maria Hove Vestre.
Three simple steps to get your fabric ready for cutting
The fabric need some TLC before you start cutting it.
Baby nest: Friend or foe?
I'm sharing some thoughts on how and if the baby nest fits in in a safe sleeping environment for the little one.
Note to self no. 08: Pregnancy edition
My due date is getting close, and I'm sharing some notes of the things I've picked up the past nine months.
Pattern and tutorial — Baby raglan shirt
Sewing for the little on is so much fun! Free pattern and tutorial available.
"Are you collecting scissors or something?"
Some collects stamps, and other fine wines. I seem to be a scissors collector.
Finding the perfect crib
I got my hands on this adorable 60's rattan crib from the Netherlands, and I couldn't be more pleased.
Pattern and tutorial — Baby overall size 62/4 to 6 months old
I've made this overall for Baby G. Free pattern and tutorial available.
A house in the making: Current status and materials for the ground floor
We are working on the material palette for the house. So much fun!
Happy 3rd/21th birthday <3
Our lazy, joyful, weird, stubborn and clever furbaby turns 3 years old today, and I've taken a trip down memory lane.
Maternity lace dress with frills
Rocking the curtain look and stepping slightly out of my comfort zone with lace on bump.
I would love to fill our home with poppies and puppies. For now, I'll settle for the first of the two.
Maternity knot top
My maternity wardrobe is growing (as am I). This time I'm tying a knot on my belly.
Our pre-baby bedroom
Our bedroom won't look like this for much longer. Soon there will be a baby living there too <3.
Maternity friendly culottes
Elastic waist is my friend at the moment! I made these maternity culottes for my growing belly.
Our living room
We can't seem to get enough of dark interiors. Our living room is no exception.
Maternity shirt dress
I've made my very first maternity wear to dress up my growing baby bump. I hope to make many more!
Beetroot and kale salad
When you come across something as tasty and healthy as this salad, you just have to share.
Note to self no. 07
Remember to photograph the dress you made before you’re unable to squeeze your pregnant self into it.
A little kitchen makeover
Our kitchen has gotten a bit of a facelift with a fresh coat of paint and a new countertop.
The English to Norwegian sewing dictionary with explanations
A work in progress guide in English and Norwegian sewing terms.
All you need is love and laqcuer
... and a little bit of wiring to make grandpa's old work lamp into my favorite piece in our bedroom.
Belted wool coat with notched collar
You can't go wrong with a classic beige, wool coat, so it's a good thing I got mine ready just in time for the first snow.
DIY simple V-necklace
Remember the simple bead and chain necklace I made a while back? Well, this is the follow up.
A sneaky DIY clothing rail
What do you do when you can't afford the perfect clothing rail? You make it—of course!
Short jacket with back pleat
The third—and last—jacket of the winter is complete. Or maybe it's the first of the spring?
Note to self no. 06
Before you go trough the trouble of drafting a pattern, make sure you actually have enough fabric.
Note to self: All blogs needs a cool footer