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Ud af huset: To Trin Ned

I denne uge var jeg ude at besøge butikken To Trin Ned, der åbnede på Jægersborgsgade for 4 måneder siden. Den lille shop handler med second-hand varer – både modetilbehør og boligartikler. Rikke Munk Harboe, der ejer forretningen, er uddannet arkitekt, men eftersom hun aldrig rigtig har fundet sig til rette i jobbet, sprang hun til da muligheden for at åbne sin egen butik opstod. Det afspejles tydeligt at der ligger et kreativ sind bag forretningen. Rikke sælger kun ting, hun selv kunne finde på at have i sin bolig, og sortimentet er derfor præget af hendes egen stil. Udover second-hand varerne, sælger hun også uroer, som er hendes eget design – og jeg er helt vild med! Har gået og skuet efter hvor den kan hænge herhjemme, for jeg må bare eje én. Så hvis du mangler noget unikt til boligen, som ikke alle har, så kan jeg anbefale at du går på udflugt her!

 

Out of the house: To Trin Ned

This week I visited the shop To Trin Ned, which opened in Jægersborgsgade 4 months ago. The little shop sells second-hand products – both fashion accessories and housewares. The owner of the shop, Rikke Munk Harboe, was initially an architect, but never seemed to find her place in that field. So when the opportunity to open her own shop presented itself, she went for it. The shop clearly reflects that there is creative mind behind it. Rikke only has products that she would possess in her own home; the range of products is therefore characterised by her own style. Besides the second-hand products, she also sells mobiles, which are designed by her – and those I really love! I have been looking for a place to put it up at home, since I just have to have one. So if you need a unique item for your home, which is not owned by everybody, I recommend that you drop by the shop!

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