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Anya Jensen
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DESIGN, FOOD, FAMILY, HYGGE, PHOTOGRAPHY AND MUCH MUCH MORE
DESIGN, FOOD, FAMILY, HYGGE, PHOTOGRAPHY AND MUCH MUCH MORE

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Ferm living is a firm favourite of our in this house. Their collections always hit the mark, and they keep growing and their collections just keep getting better and better. I remember terrazzo floors from when I was a child. The black and white speckled…

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I am a big fan of decorating your walls, to create a cool and contemporary look. I have also always had a bit of an infatuation with maps – especially vintage old maps. Many make maps these days, but I hadn’t come across any I liked until I stumbled…

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Bobo Choses SS 2017
We are simply in total awe of the Bobo Choses legends utterly cool styled universe for ss2017. Their styles are inspired by tennis players, athletes, and cool people who inspire. We might be a bit slow here, but trust me we are just getting started again so...

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HYGGE - the Danish Way :)

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5 WE LOVE - BOMBER JACKETS
Så er der nyheder på bloggen. Vi starter nemlig en helt ny serie, hvor vi deler vores 5 favoritter hver eneste uge. Så der er her du skal komme hvis du leder efter inspiration til dig selv eller dine unger. Denne uge handler det om seje Bomber Jackets med b...

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A snack that children – and adults in Denmark – love to eat is what we call Pølsehorn. It is a good old sausage roll, with or without ketchup, and most bakers, supermarkets sell these. You can easily make a version with store-bought dough, and a sausage,…

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The Danish language is a funny one. You see, many of the phrases we use don’t exactly mean what you might think. These are idioms or old proverbs, many of them are still used today’s world. I wanted to share some of the most common expressions you could…

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I have a culinary treat for you. It is a Danish favourite, and rather easy to make should you have guests popping by for afternoon tea or coffee. These delightful mouthfuls are called Hindbær snitter – translated roughly to “Raspberry cut-outs”, as they…

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Yesterday we attended Easter brunch with Bunny,  at the Hard Rock Café in Copenhagen. The room was decked out with Easter decorations, there was a table for decorating your own Easter eggs, but the most popular place was the face painting done by a lovely…

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SMØRREBRØD (means bread with butter really) was actually invented by working people who had to eat their lunch away from their home. They would use leftovers from last night’s dinner, and pile it on top of their rye bread so that they could keep the…
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