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2013 in review: Visits

Indrømmet, når jeg går på gaden, kan jeg ikke lade være med at kigge ind ad folks vinduer. Hvad er det med mig? Er jeg ene om det? Uanset, så ved jeg at I elsker at se hvordan andre bor, ligeså meget som os. De mange boliger vi viser uge efter uge, indlæg efter indlæg, er en vigtig del af vores søgen efter nyheder, inspiration og trends. Vi er stor forbrugere af boliger fra ejendomsmæglerne, fotografer og stylister der gerne vil dele deres arbejde med os og selvfølgelig når andre favorit bloggere åbner op for hoveddøren og lukker os ind til godterne.

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I have an addiction, when I walk on the street, I cannot help stop myself from looking through people’s windows. What is it with me? Am I alone in this addiction? Regardless, I know that you love to see how others live, as much as us. The many homes we show week after week, post after post, are an important part of our search for news, inspiration and trends. We are big consumers of homes from the estate agents, photographers and stylists who want to share their work with us and of course when other favourite bloggers opens up their front doors and let us in to see the goods.

2013 in review Visits 1

01 | Pella’s Tone-in-Tone02Lotta Agatons hjem03Home of Therese Sennerholt.04Kitchen, Herringbone and Marble!!05Ollie & Seb’s Haus.

 

2013 in review Visits 2

06 | The perfect summer house07 | Renovated factory in Berlin08 | Perfect New Yorker Loft09 | Living Small is the new black10 | For the love of Plywood11 | 36 square meters by Alan Chu

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1 Comment

  • Reply
    Sara
    December 29, 2013 at 14:24

    Du er ikke den eneste. Der er virkelig ikke noget bedre end at gå tur om aftenen når mørket er faldet på, så man helt tydeligt kan se ind ad andres vinduer. Elsker det!

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