Jag kör vidare på bilder från Brokinds-huset i Sverige. Blir helt varm i kroppen varje gång jag kommer in i detta kök. Rummet är 70 kvm, men tycker ändå med alla material, färgval och öppen spis att det blivit en varm och harmonisk miljö.
Det är fredag och jag sitter i skrivande stund i mitt stökiga amerikanska kök. Blir ju så ibland, men jag gillar det inte :) Ska ta tag i det alldeles strax innan jag och Oliver ska gå och heja på Eddie-Bo som ska springa ett lopp, ‘Fun Run’, med sin skola. Sen är det fullt upp med barnens aktiviter hela helgen i vanlig ordning. Så mysigt att va hemma hos dom igen!
Trevlig helg på er!
I keep posting pictures from our Swedish home. Every time I enter this kitchen I feel so good. The room is about 760 sq ft, but I think with the mix of materials, color scheme and the chimney, that it makes it warm and cozy.
It’s Friday and I’m at the moment sitting in my messy American kitchen. Yes, that totally happens, but I don’t like it ;) But it’s time to clean up before Oliver and I will go and cheer for Eddie-Bo – ‘Fun Run’ in school coming up. The weekend is filled with the kiddos activities as usual. It’s so nice being home with them again!
Från älskade köket i Sverige. Tycker denna köpmansdisk (heter det så?) är så himla fin. Jag valde att göra glasrutorna ganska smala, så att man inte ser allt därinne så väl. Väldigt nöjd med det beslutet! Det är det lyxiga med platsbyggt, att man kan styra alla detaljer precis som man vill. Vinkylen ser ni ju, och längst till vänster valde vi att ha ett extra kylskåp för annan dryck. Mycket bra när man ofta har fullt hus och fullt med mat i vanliga kylskåpet!
From the lovely kitchen in Sweden. I really like this piece, whatever we would call it. I choose to do the glass kind of narrow, so you don’t see everything behind the cabinets too much. A decision I’m extra happy with. That’s the beauty of custom made, that you can be in charge of all the details. You can see the wine cooler, and to the left we have an extra fridge for other beverages. It’s really useful since we often have full house and a fridge full of food!
Hello from Birmingham, our town 30 min outside Detroit, Usa. It feels good to be back and I’m looking forward to routines again. I have none of that during the summer, same every year, hehe. But here comes more pictures from our master bathroom in Sweden as promised!
These lovely faucets are from Brizo, that I bought in the Usa… Not to recommend AT ALL. Shame on me for shipping those overseas plus it was a pricey custom tax (alltså tullavgift)… but sometimes you loose your sense when you fall in love :)
I’ll repeat some info:
Cabinets are custom made//Falerumkök and same with the double sink//BetongDesign Handles//Buster and Punch.
LOVE all that. But I think I’ll change the lights (from Ifö) I used the same ones in another bathroom and it turned out perfect, but I think they are too small for this big mirror. Also, not super happy with the color choice, too minty, I might paint that to a beige color to match the raw concrete walls in the bedroom. But I’ll wait till I have new lights, that might change the tone for the better. These are actually the only things in the whole house I’m not 100% happy with. And I think thats ok, since I’ve planned most of the house from Usa :)
Hello double showers. The shower heads are from// Tapwell. I decided to use same tile that looks like wood, on the floor and the shower wall. From Megakakel i Linköping. Instead of a regular drain I used -Unidrain. How nice?!
The steps go up to our bedroom. Not sure if you can see, but instead of a door we used a frosted sliding door (that also matches the shower door) from Rapps glas. So either you see the steps or the toilet. That was a lot of info, too much?!! Hope you’ll like it!
Also peeps. I think I will start writing in Swedish too?! So both in Swedish and English. What do you think?
Hello from Sweden in the middle of the night #jetlagged! My plan was to post this in the morning, but I’ve been so busy with the kids, getting installed, a building meeting, friends and family that came, wrapping gifts etc. So nice to be here though and the flight went perfect. I’m so proud of the boys, that are so used to travel, but still, you never know!
Well it’s now 1am and time to make an attempt to fall asleep (6h time different if someone wonders).
My last days in Sweden was really busy and I realized on the airplane that I forgot to take photos of our new laundry room. Since Johan was still there, I hired him to do the job!
He didn’t clean and made it perfect blog friendly though ;) Lots of building dust and dirt, and this was before the electrician was there to do his job. But anyway I’m so happy about the result!! Shelfs, a rod and lights are still left to install.
Beautiful custom cabinets – Falerumkök (Painted in Beckers Tjäle) Handels- Buster and punch (same as in the kitchen) Faucet – Tapwell Tile – from Megakakel Linköping (klinker alltså, fast det ser ut som trä).
I’m addicted to Game of Thrones. Time for two (maybe three) more episodes before bedtime!
Hello!! I’m sitting here in our new kitchen and I’m so in love. I couldn’t be more happy about the result. There is still some things that need to get fixed, a few handles are missing, a beam in the ceiling needs to get stained, and something is wrong with the new fridge… so right now we are having an old and ugly temporary one (not seen in the pictures, and it’s not blog friendly at all, haha).
We’ve been having friends over for the few last days, so we’ve been using and enjoying the kitchen a lot!