Slowly but steady my apartment is coming together, I am sort of going through each room, and have really found joy in spending time in my living room. It is sort of an odd room, as I have kitchen and living room downstairs and my office and bedroom upstairs, where I tend to use most of my day. I’ve made it into a habit of spend some time each day in my living room at least, and as I made the decision not to have a TV (which I am rethinking RN), its just not a room I use much.
I have loved my Menu stick system ever since I got for my first own apartment 5-6 years ago, its easy to move around and easy to take apart if I wanted to. My newest addition, a thing I have been obsessing about for years, is the magnificent Taccia lamp designed by Achille Castiglioni in 1962 for Flos. It is not the smallest lamp, but it is just so handsome, perfect for my darker, mid-century vibe living room.
For this purchase, I turned to one of my favorite Danish webshops, Rosborg, which I highly recommend if you are looking for those classics. They’ve it all. They even ship internationally. I simply had to own the Open candelabra by Jens Faber for Muuto, while I was add. Such a great little addition, don’t you think? So simple. So slim. I love it.
That’s it for now. As you know my home is an ever evolving space, just like any other home I guess, so I can guarantee that you’ll see more of my living room in the future. Who knows, maybe I have added a TV next time. It is binge-watching season after all.
Photos by Allan Torp