The wooden dolls house by Ferm Living was one of the most exciting news when it was launched in the lifestyle area at Ciff Kids in Copenhagen month as back. And now it’s finally landing in stores, together with the rest of the beautiful interior SS17 collection from this Danish company.
Magnificent polar bears depend on Arctic sea ice to hunt and raise their young. But the ice is shrinking. The International Polar Bear Day draws our attention to what we can do to help to save the polar bears and their habitat.
Having a country home has for a very long time been a dream we’ve had and this January we finally made the jump, put in an offer for a gorgeous house in Norway. Our bid was accepted and just like that we had became house owners, of a nearly 300 sqm large wooden house built in 1890.
The landmark building that originally served as the Royal Danish Conservatory of Music is being transformed into a grand design hotel. Nobis Hotel Copenhagen, a distinctly Danish and Scandinavian in style and atmosphere is set to open in September 2017.
Scandinavia’s Mardi Gras ‘Fastelavn’ is celebrated on the Sunday or Monday before Ash Wednesday, based on the Roman Catholic tradition of celebrating the days before Lent. It’s above everything a celebration for the children, with a carnival, sweet treats and decorations. Read on to see how to celebrate Fastelavn like a Scandinavian!
This Spring Copenhagen invites to the 10th anniversary of the Copenhagen Sakura Festival, with 200 blossoming cherry trees. 2017 is also the 150th anniversary of Danish-Japanese Diplomatic Relations so the festival is expected to be extra festive.