I've been meaning to post about Stockholm since we got back, but somehow the lazy day-to-day of the summer holidays has meant that I've spent a lot of time doing...not a lot. An ideal summer past-time I think. And given the boys still have two weeks left before school starts I feel there will be more lazy days ahead. So before I completely forget here's a few things I discovered while in Stockholm...
A fab new equestrian magazine The Horse Rider's Journal. Hop over here for a peek at some of the wonderful images by Ditte Isager.
Ravel gloves - possibly the most beautiful leather gloves ever.
Modern, simple and chic clothes and accessories from Hope.
Monocle's Scent One - cedary and woody, and reminiscent of my Grandfather's art studio.
Part coffee shop, part office co-op, Coffice has really good coffee and a great vibe.
The E27 Socket lamp.
ABICI's Pantone window displays - there were similar ones with red and blue bikes too.
A couple of other 'finds' were Cajsa Warg, a yummy gourmet market/deli; Fotografiska museum of contemporary photography; Nytorget Urban Deli a great place for lunch or dinner; and if like us you have a couple of kids who are into all things money a trip to the Royal Coin Cabinet is highly recommended. Dating back to the 1500s this museum is huge with a really impressive collection of all things currency related, along with a great modern art exhibition space.
I hope all is well in your neck of the woods - thanks for stopping by.