Monday, May 11, 2009

I tried my best, but two days just weren't enough to see all the nice things in Stockholm.
I liked a lot
door colors,




traditional crafts,
boat exteriors ,

and this look

12 comments:

Chelsea said...

I have never seen pictures of Stockholm from this angle- the doors have so much personality. I hope you brought some of those beautiful embroidered linens home!

Forførende Farger said...

Som alltid, er det å lese/se på bildene i din blogg en opplevelse!
Du skulle bare ha vist hvor mye fargeinspirasjon denne bloggen har gitt meg!!!
Dette er den første bloggen jeg sjekker for nye innlegg hver dag ;)

Jeg elsker gamle dører...

Klem fra en stor fan av bloggen din!

Simona said...

Ciao Kris,
è un pò che non commento...ma ti seguo sempre :-)
Bellissime queste foto di Stoccolma, originali come sempre...
sei bravissima...
un saluto

tiel said...

oh how much do I love that fish fabric. do you know who the designer is?

andrea said...

awesome post

kris said...

Hi Tiel,I adore that fabric,too! The name of that design is Portofino and it was designed by Ken Scott in late '40.

http://www.kenscott.it/en/tessutiarredamento1.html#


Ciao Simona!Grazie ,sono contenta che ci sei!

tiel said...

thanks Kris, I'll go and have a look.
:)

Jim said...

Love those doors. Very glad you took the time to focus on that aspect of the city. They are so intense and strong.

R. Robyn said...

That dress is gorgeous! I really want it. Maybe a trip to Stockholm is in order?

carolyn Gavin said...

i'm in love with that dress!

Juddie said...

Mmmmm - I'd love to go to Stockholm too ...

call-me-Heidi said...

we must have been in Stockholm at the exact same time! funny!
http://gloubibloga.blogspot.com/2009/05/stockholm-i-think-i-fell-in-love.html
I loved it so much!