Our new bathrooms: Mora Armatur

Photo: scandinavianretreat

Finally we´re starting to see the end of our building project. Didn´t want to turn this blog into a building-site, but now, as our house is almost finished, I thought I´d show you the bathrooms. My camera is lost in a box somewhere, so you have to forgive the iphone pics...

Just love the bathtub faucet, Mora Inxx from Swedish brand Mora. Bathtub needs to get built in..  We´re missing the mirrors and the lights, and the shower is still wrapped in plastic - but in less than a week - we´re in!


Ascetic architecture

Photo: Johannes Kottjé, Victor Brigola and Oliver Schuster/Contemporist

House P by German Philipp Architekten, built with only a few materials as light gray natural stone, elm and oak wood, and with smooth white plaster surfaces. More on the Contemporist

We´re one week away from moving into our new house, just moved out of our tiny rental and are heading for the mountain cabin while we wait. Try to keep up blogging, but a bit busy these days. Can´t wait to show you our finished house!


Saša Antić

Photo: Mikkel Vang

Guess you have seen these images in the blogosphere before,  they are a part of the campaign for Iittala's  interior and small furniture-line, and styled by Saša Antić.


Villa V

 Photo: Tim van de Velde

Cool wooden details in this Dutch house by architect Paul de Ruiter via arch daily. We´re moving in to our own dreamhouse in a few weeks, feel I spend all my time packing and organizing, but guess it´s worth it in the end.


Folded roof house by ckr

Photo: ckr.se

An old favourite from the blog, with some new pictures: This is actually a prefab house designed by architects Claesson Koivisto Rune, for Swedish manifacturer Arkitekthus. The guesthouse and sauna is specifically built for this site on Muskö, Sweden. More here


Two become one

Photo: Eliot Postma/design milk

From design milkLondon-based design studio Bureau de Change took on its first residential design project that was to join two neighboring properties into one family home, complete with a new addition added to the back of the residence. More here


Blairgowrie House

House extension outside Melbourne by Australian practice Wolveridge Architects via dezeen magazineMore here


Photograph: Felix Odell

Photo: Felix Odell

Love this cabin and these beautiful photos by Stockholm based photographer Felix Odell. Reminds me of my childhoods summers. Via thisispaper