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Display Name: DDane
Member Since: 10/18/07

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I used to move around a lot. ( 15 times in 8 years). At some point a friend gave me a little figurine of a wizard, because it reminded him of me. It ended up on a shelf in my kitchen, and after a couple of more moves if the wizard was in my kitchen, then it was MY kitchen. Today (having lived the same place in 23 months, doubling my old record!) I wish my home-marker was something prettier, but it still works.

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5/7/10 05:40 AM

I think Natalie's use of neutrals and whites are beautiful and works. Not everyone who refrains from using color does it because they are scared of colors :). Sometimes it's a deliberate, well-thought through choice which works for the person actually living there.

Well done Natalie!

Small Cool 2010: Natalie's Natural Light Vintage DetailsTiny Division # 22 | Apartment Therapy San Francisco
4/19/10 12:22 PM

The one in Briana's Salvaged Sanctuary, I mean :)

Simple Paper Decorations | Apartment Therapy Boston
4/8/10 05:31 AM

They are Danish flags. The paper-chains are usually used for birthdays or Christmas.

Simple Paper Decorations | Apartment Therapy Boston
4/8/10 05:30 AM

Hehe, there's been a lot of commotion in Denmark over this, as this is definitely not a typical Danish home as the architect-owner claims. Just so you know. :)

Apartment Therapy Chicago | Small Space Living in Copenhagen...with Oprah
10/28/09 03:53 AM

On a note: No matter how you have plants in the kitchen, always be careful since dirt and meat does not mix well.

Apartment Therapy Boston | Good Question: Herb Garden Planter in Kitchen?
3/31/09 12:04 PM

The spoon-with-a-hole is for kneading dough and stirring thick batter.
In my mothers kitchen (in Denmark) the best one was a dark purple one, because it had a pointy end :).
I now own a red one (without a pointy end).
Apart from kneading dough, it is also used to stir minced meat for instance for frikadeller.

Apartment Therapy San Francisco | My New Vintage Obsession: Rosti
1/29/09 03:49 AM

However much I like the photos (and they do say more than you know how many words), I have to back up AT as an English-language site.

I'm one of AT's international readers (Copenhagen, DK) and English is not my first language, but I'm not writing this post in Danish, French or German - because I know fairly few wouldn't understand.

If Evalula has problems writing in English, she should ask for help translating, and we've already seen how helpfull AT readers are, so it shouldn't be a problem.

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