Last Friday I spent 7 hours painting our kitchen with white linseed oil paint. Sounds like a bit of a hustle but the result was worth the effort! I’ll get back to you with some pictures of the room. The thing with linseed oil paint is that it takes 2 days to dry, so we spent the weekend at André’s parents. While there, we paid the local flea market a visit and I found this ceramic vase and theses wooden knitting sticks. André found this beautiful teapot that almost looks like it’s made of wood. I really love to go treasure hunting in flea markets. Next weekend I am hoping to find a living room table at a market here in Stockholm.
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