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Hallway

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by Emma Elwin on 13 October, 2014

As you know I have this mission of furnishing my apartment with things that are second hand or upcycling. On my to do list this weekend was to find a lamp for my hallway. Since I moved in to my new place I’ve been depending on the three lamps I had in my old apartment. Which […]

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As you know I have this mission of furnishing my apartment with things that are second hand or upcycling. On my to do list this weekend was to find a lamp for my hallway. Since I moved in to my new place I’ve been depending on the three lamps I had in my old apartment. Which for a place that is twice the size from the old on is quite a hustle. I thought it would be difficult finding a vintage lamp that I actually liked, wasn’t made of plastic and most importantly that didn’t cost a fortune. The first store I went to was Södra skattkammaren, where I found this dark green (my favorit color) industrial looking lamp made of metal and glass. It was love at first sight! I’ll show you a picture of the results once I’ve manage to plug it in with out electrifying myself. My next quest is to find four chairs for my dinner table.


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October 13, 2014

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