Monday, June 30, 2014

Finally High Summer

You can almost smell the pine cones, the forest floor mixed with the smell of sea salt and seaweed – feel the heat and the prickly lyme grass between your toes – when you look at the photos of the Swedish beach huts in this issue of the magazine. That's high summer at its best around these latitudes. In this issue, we'll take you on a small tour of smaller homes: We'll show the loveliest beach huts in Sweden as well as two amazing and very personal small homes. You'll find plenty of inspiration for how to decorate a small space. If you're heading to southern Europe this summer on the other hand, the scent of the large lavender fields will be predominant. We paid a visit to a real lavender producer in France and bring you a small theme about lavender – one of the most wonderful plants in our opinion.

If you're on vacation, you might be planning to visit some flea markets as well to find old zinc along with other treasures. We'll provide you with a bit of history on zinc as well as inspiration for possible uses. Of course high summer also means fresh strawberries and an abundance of summer flowers. But everything doesn't have to be so traditional. Why not use unripe berries and fruit to make summer bouquets and decorations? We hope that you'll find plenty of good inspiration for a truly lovely summer.


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