The Christmas fairy lights, the illuminating stars in the windows, and the sparkling Christmas tree.., all gone! Packed away in the basement again, leaving the house so much darker.
So happy with our Christmas presents though...two Lampe Gras N304, giving us some extra, super flexible work light in the kitchen.
// Styling/ Photo: Therese Knutsen //
In addition to several double ceiling spot lights, these wall lamps create a nice atmosphere in our kitchen.
It is important to place the lights in various heights in a room, to create a balanced and comfortable lighting. If possible, get dimmers on all your lamps as well, giving you the opportunity to lower or increase the intensity of the light :-)
NIB want`s to know how we use light around the house, well... this is how we light up our kitchen :-) Get some great lighting tips Here
A lazy Sunday is almost over, I am having some tea, and enjoying the last of the wonderful fig and nut cake my sweet mother in law makes every Christmas. Getting the family ready to start work and school again tomorrow. Bring it on 2015, we are so excited!! :)
Hope you are enjoying these lovely, lazy Christmas days as much as I am:-) Sitting here in the window seat today, looking at the New Year`s table I just finished.
A shimmering, starry theme, with some simple green spuce branches instead of flowers. Some gold metal wire, and even the candles got spruce decorations ;)
My "crystal" glasses serves as candle holders, because they leave such beautiful reflections in the room when the candles are lit. You can buy them HERE My tableware is, Saturn, from Porsgrund Porselen. A wedding present fifteen years ago, but I still love the clean lines and the timeless look.
When the glasses are filled with bubbles, and all the candles are lit, the table is ready to welcome our guests!
// Styling/photo: Therese Knutsen //
A sparkler sets the party mood, and smells of New Year`s Eve :-))
Maybe you got some easy fix, last minute decorating ideas..?
Have a wonderful New Year`s Eve tomorrow, and I hope you will continue to stop by my blog in 2015 as well.
Exiting things are happening you see ;)
PS! A super easy New Years dessert comming up later tonight...stay tuned!