Recently, HBC (the Bay), ran a promotion called "Copenhagen Obsessed." I loved looking at the store displays which featured Danish companies that I had never heard of before. The main floor featured a home goods label called "Muuto." Love their pepper mills.
The clean lines and streamlined aesthetic really hit home for me. What do you think?
I thought the pillows would be perfect for creating that frosty wintery look.
And saving the best for the last...
The world's biggest Hoptimist! I know! I want to take it home and stick it in the foyer so I can see it every time I come home. It's huge and yes, it does jiggle when you press down on it. Obviously it isn't for sale but these were...
Lots of Hoptimists in a multitude of colours. I wanted one in every colour but ended up with this pair.
So not a thrifty purchase but I couldn't resist. I have them on a thrifted vintage teak board. I was so happy that these fun toys have been reissued but are still made in Denmark. So, often, a reissued product is lacking in the quality that made it famous in the first place. Looking around my home, I realized that I have a fair few Danish things, all thrifted and vintage of course. This vintage teak tray with glass inserts was a recent find.
I think it will be perfect for hors d'oeuvres like olives and cheese and we all know the festive season is fast approaching. Scary, huh? Are you ready for the holiday season?
I am linking up with We Call It Junkin, Sir Thrift A Lot, A Stroll Thru Life.