INTERIOR : apartment snaps

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ever since moving in to our new apartment 4 weeks ago, i’ve been having so much fun taking little interior snaps with the trusted old iphone ( as you probably have noticed in my instagram feed ).

i’m dying to shoot a new apartment tour video and show you how far we’ve gotten along, but for now – here are some little titbits for you.

my DIY minimalist calendar, the kubus bowl* from by lassen, bloomingville tripod lamp*, ikea blanket, and some roses in an recycled beer bottle.
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new shelf* from ziito, that we’re using as an open pantry sort of. ikea plastic chopsticks, and metal spoons from random asian food shop.
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our homemade dining table / desk. check out the DIY video for more info.
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one of my favourite new additions to the apartment, these two coffe tables* from by lassen, that we’ve put together and using as couch table.
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minimalist home level up – kubus bowl* and matchstick box cover* from by lassen, ikea lamp, and the most gorgeous radiators in the world.
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that’s it for now. go on over to instagram to get more daily little snap updates on our apartment evolution : @jennymustard

oh by the way, we just hit 100k subscribers on youtube yesterday – how crazy is that ^.^
so we celebrated with some berry champagne on the balcony naturally.
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i’m over the moon happy right now, sometimes things just work.
i hope you’re over that moon too !

love // jenny

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8 Comments

  1. Love the pics, I had noticed the kitchen shelves in your latest video, looks great!
    And once again (as I already said this on FB and IG too :-p) congrats to you and David for your well deserved success!

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