Tuesday, 2 June 2015


One of the biggest department stores in Stockholm is Åhléns. The flagship store in the city recently moved the interior- and home decorating department to the third floor. Nice and lots of space...above a table setting with  famous Swedish china from Matteus.

A must to eat when you are in Sweden is a "Räkmacka", scrimp open sandwich. This gorgeous one I found (and had) at Systrarna Voltaire, their new restaurant at Åhléns City in Stockholm.

More Swedish China, this I found at Posh Living in the MOOD shopping centre in the centre of Stockholm.
Marianne Randolph is a well known fashion profile in Stockholm and Sweden. She has a background working for HM, Twilfit, NK, The Swedish Fashion Council and has also run her own shop at NK (NK Trend) and is now running her own brand Randolph with basic grown up fashion of high quality. At the moment you can find her at Mood, but hurry she will only be there this month. After that she will return to her on line shop! www.randolph.se

Me myself in the powder room at Svenskt Tenn the famous Swedish interior and fabric shop with flowery designs by the late Josef Frank.

A very modern adaptation of Josef Frank´s patterns and furniture. Elegant interior in black and pale pink. See more by visiting their shop on Strandvägen in Stockholm or their website www.svenskttenn.se.

More from Svenskt Tenn, they have dedicated this summers shop in the entrance to the vivid patterns with world wide inspiration that Josef Frank created. Still for sale! See more above.

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