August 20, 2016

gothenburg + a piece of stoneware


On wednesday we walked around what felt like all of Gothenburg. Every summer I've visited a little shop in Haga and bought something from Marimekko, which feels like a somewhat ridiculous little thing to look forward to, but I really do every time.

This year I had my eye on a coffee cup from the Oiva/Sääpäiväkirja collection that Marimekko describes as
"Wind-blown trees, rustling reeds, glowing golden grasses, storm-soaked rocks, and misty archipelago mornings".





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    1. Eller hur! Snabbt blivit en ny favorit.

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  2. I love your blog!!! Beautiful photography, as always :) I greet:) Iwona

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  3. This cup is so beautiful!

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    1. Definitely a new favorite, and there's always something about the combination of blue shades and white!

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  4. Så fin kopp. Älskar också den butiken och den så himla gulliga personalen där! :)

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    1. Ja! Det har varit samma kvinna varje gång jag varit där, så otroligt snäll och gullig :)

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  5. I love how your posts are so wonderfully minimal! Great inspiration.

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    1. Oh, thank you! I sometimes worry it's not enough, so hearing this makes me so happy <3

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  6. the tones of these photos feel like late summer
    early fall.
    and they're so beautiful

    Randy Abby
    WAKE ME UP Blog

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  7. Really lovely photos. I visited Gothenburg a few years ago when I was in Sweden and found it so lovely and actually preferred it to Stockholm. Also that coffee cup is absolutely beautiful. Love that vibrant blue and how delicate it is.

    Rae | Love from Berlin

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    1. Gothenburg is definitely my favorite city in Sweden, I prefer it to Stockholm as well.

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  8. inte alls löjlig tradition tycker jag! superfin kopp också, förvånansvärt accurate beskrivning.

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    1. Men eller hur! Letade efter något att skriva om koppen och när jag läste detta var det ju bara klockrent. Och TACK för att du lämnade en kommentar så att jag fick upptäcka din blogg - så himla himla fin!

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  9. so happy to see you posting again <3

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  10. I like your cup too, like almost everything from Marimekko. Sääpäiväkirja is really beautiful weatherdiary. Late August light seems really pretty here.

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    1. Hoping this late summer light will last a little bit longer, not ready for fall yet :)

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