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by Emma Elwin on 18 February, 2016

Emma Elwin's apartment is finally coming together.

We have been working with the apartment now for six months and things are staring to come together. We only have some painting left to do and then to find a bookshelf and a armchair. All the furnitures in the apartment are bought second hand. Something I can truly recommend, not only can you find unique beautiful things, you also save SO much money! This lamp I got on a flea market for only 15 euros.


3 Comments

Christine: Hej fina Emma! Jag skulle älska att få se mer av din lägenhet! Du verkar ha en fin och okomplicerad stil både vad gäller mode, skönhet och inredning. <3
February 20, 2016

Johanna: Så fin lampa! Skulle jättegärna få se mer av din lägenhet!
February 18, 2016

Abi: Hi Emma, Good thing you're doing this before the baby arrives, as you'll have noooooooooo time for it after! As much as I'd like to invest time in browsing second hand stores and market, it hard to do when there are little people around, especially boys!!! Not that I'd change it for the world... Congratulations on your news :-)
February 18, 2016

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