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October 27, 2016

How dreamy is this home? A base in greys, but with surprising accents in mustard and blush tones and black. I'm still so in love with the wall lamp from Flos and also the Mantis lamp at the bedside - Mantis lamps are absolutely my favourite! The mustard velvet chair is absolutely stunning - it totally stands out in the bedroom. So inspired.

Source: Entrance


 When it comes to baby's skin you only want to use pure and natural products. I've often been asked on Instagram what I use on Adam - even since he has little. And the truth is I've tried different products and brands - some I liked, some I didn't , but nothing has been as pure as these products. I was introduced to Baby Space just before it launched in the start of October. Laura Bonne the founder of organic skin care brand Amazing Space has developed a line of products for children after being a mom herself and we've been using them at home for the past weeks. There's 5 products in the line; the eco-baby shampoo, the eco-baby oil, the eco-balm and the eco-baby buttom s.o.s and also eco-baby wet towels.
 The products are specially developed for ultra sensitive skin and is made of organic inca omega rich in omega 3,6,7,9 and calendula, apricot, aloevera, coconut oil, sheabutter and vitamin E. - all the good stuff that you know will be good for your child. One of the key ingredients in all products from Amazing Space and Baby Space is the inca inchi oil from Peru, which is also the logo that almost looks like a flower that you'll see on all the products.
All the products are free from synthetic chemicals as parabens, petroleum, mineral oils, synthetic dyes/colours, synthetic alcohol, fragrances, and ptalates. The products are not tested on animals and company is based on Fair Trade. 
The products don't really have any smell, which they shouldn't when they are natural - you can almost always be sure that products aren't natural if they have any scent. We love using the oil both after the bath or even add a few drops in the bath or for massage, which Adam loves. We use to go to baby massage class, when he was younger and I highly recommend it.

We use the moisturiser all over, and a little goes a long way with these products. Now that it's starting to get cold out I'll also add a tiny bit of the s.o.s creme to Adam's cheeks, so they don't get dry in the cold air. 

There's several reason's why I love thes products - they are fair trade, natural and gentle and when I use these I know I'm using products that don't contain nasty hidden ingredients. And the prices are very reasonable with prices from 59kr to 150kr.


October 26, 2016

I'm really loving this kitchen. The rustic wooden table against the light grey kitchen cabinets is such a nice combo - all sorts of wood just look so nice up against grey. Grey kitchens are getting more and more popular and I find it much more warm than white cabinets and they are easier to maintain too.
You can find similar kitchen tables here and here.


How cute are those washcloths?! - and they're 100% organic cotton. I've recently been shopping at one of my favourite online shops Cahetu and bought these washcloths from Liewood for Adam. They come in a pack of three and Adam loves using them as puppets too. There's even matching towels and bathrobes with the same cute designs - might need to snap those up next time.

Apart from the super cute washcloths I was also really impressed with the fast shipping. I did my shopping in the afternoon and received my package the next day. And guys they even ship worldwide yay. I have my eye on several other things from the webshop - I think I'll share them in another post and maybe you'll be inspired too. Have a look at their fall catalogue - it's packed with great ideas.