I have been in love with with the inspiring books from Japanese “Paumes” for quite a while now but I have never found them for sale here in Denmark. So I took the matter in my own hands and ordered them for my shop (even tough they are kind of pricey (249 Danish kroner))
My BIG problem now is how to choose between the many titles, they are all so inspiring and so very pretty.
this is the dressing room in my shop… I have just finished the wallpaper-collage-thing going on in there.
When I first opened up the shop I couldn’t decide what the walls should look like so I bought all kinds of different vintage wallpaper. You can go here to see what I ended up choosing back then.
I didn’t have enough of each pattern to fill up the whole dressing room -that’s why I went for patchwork-walls!
Note: A tip for those of you who might be interrested; this is a shop on Frederiksberg in Copenhagen that stocks authentic wallpapers from the 60ties and 70ties (you have to ask for it, they don’t have it in their showroom). I bought mine five years ago, but they might still have some?
It has been a rainy Monday today… Feels like all the people in my neighbourhood is away on holiday -both at Bryggen and at home, the whole world is so calm and quiet -and I like it…
I bought these new pillows, at a marked in Warsaw for my bench in front of the shop. I had to sew ribbons on them and tie them to the bench because it’s so windy at the harbour and they would surely fly away in a second.
I was thrilled the day I found this old paper-holder on a flea marked; I have been wanting one of these ever since I opened the shop… You don’t come around stuff like this every day… -Now I just need a new table to match!
So I planned to take pictures of the floor in my shop today, but how boring is that? Instead I took some random pictures of how things look at the moment…
Hope you all had a nice day. Happy Pentecost for those who celebrate it… (-What a crazy word; Pentecost. -Apparently it is an ancient Greek word that means; the fiftieth day after Easter Sunday!… -In Danish we just call it “Pinse”)
-And here in Denmark this Monday is a holiday so the shop is closed and I’m free as a bird, yay!