I absolutely love our bathroom and I love the bathtub! When we built our new bathroom my number one wish was a bathtub and it is the best place to wind down.
Our house is out on the very end of the Swedish westcoast and the garden is mostly stone and rocks. In order to build as close to nature as possible, this end of the house lies very close to the surrounding
rock, which means the wall has a 20 degree slant. That´s how we got the shelf over the bathtub.
The bedroom and bathroom lies in a separate part of the house. Kids can be wild and crazy in the livingroom but in this part it is stillness anyway. Very much appreciated and my best tip, to create a place in the house where you can sneak off for some quietness if needed.
Have a good weekend!!!
(Easter is in the webshop.)
Strange but yummy Swedish tradition - Semla.
Today, is the Semlas own day!
Traditionally it´s the last day before lent, where you were supposed to stuff yourself to prepare for the 40 days of fast before Easter.
Nowadays we don´t fast that much, but we eat the Semlas anyway!
The best Semlas in the world are made by my friend Kristina.(Below under a fig tree). Home grinded and cooked almond filling, perfectly whipped cream and buns just big enough to make the perfect fika!
So, now… Time for coffee and a Semla!
If you are in Sweden in the beginning of the year… try one out!
It is truly a Swedish fika!
Unfortunately we can´t sell Kristinas yummy Semlas in the webshop, but we have lots of other nice things. Have a look below!
Kim is originally Danish with a Norwegian mother and Veronica is all Swedish. We live on the west coast of Sweden and run the design brand Born in Sweden with a true love to the all Scandinavian lifestyle.
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