Copenhagen shopping

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Last week I visited Copenhagen. I was great, its a beautiful city and the weather was cold but sunny! Of course I went sightseeing, but I spent most of the time shopping! I visited some really great interior design stores such as Hay house, Illums bolighus,  Magazin du Nord and Normann Copenhagen and fell (back) in love with Danish brands such as Ferm Living, Bloomingville and Muuto. Yet some of my best finds I found  in shops that were not on the list I made at home such as Liebe, GronlykkePlint (I do wonder why Roger Sterling (MadMen) is on the frontpage of their webshop?) and Helbak. Have you ever been to Copenhagen? What were your favorite interior design and home decor stores? I love to know, because I will be going back for sure!

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When going over some pictures I took I noticed a theme; pastels. I love using pastel colors in my home because they add some subtle color and are easy to combine with neutral colors (white, grey, wood).

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And after a long morning of shopping, it was time for coffee and cake in Cafe Norden.

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The Color Mint

You could see the color mint green in fashion (nail polish, pants!) everywhere this summer, but also more and more in interiors and kitchen appliances. Even though the summer is over,  I start to like this color more and more especially when used in neutral grey/white interiors like the examples above show!

pictures via: Julien Fernandez photography, Ferm living, Studio Meez, Etsy (pencils), countryliving.com, Julien Fernandez photography, mobelpobel.blogspot.dk, ikeafamilylivemagazine.com.