I am currently spending time looking for a new house in southern sweden, spending at least an hour each day looking through pictures of the interior of houses on the market. In sweden nudes are NOT an issue. As someone said, IKEA sells them for god's sake! But I must say, looking at pictures of people's houses, it is truly creepy how people keep the rest of their house all art-free and IKEA-ish, only to adorn their bedrooms with dungeon-like candles, tribal sculptures of people embracing and sketches of nude men and women. I say, bringing a nude into the light of day keeps it neutral and allows you to enjoy the artistic aspect of it. Keeping it in the bedroom makes me think of what you might be doing in there at night... eeeew.
The Proper Place For Nudes | Apartment Therapy DC
|3/20/10 3:44 AM|
I live in southern Sweden and I recognize the pictures of the inside of this house because the people who own it put it up for sale some time ago. Nothing has changed as far as I can tell, the pictures look exactly the same, so I guess the house was never sold. Strange since everyone seem to appreciate the beauty of it.
Down-to-Earth Black and WhiteFeatured on Skona Hem | Apartment Therapy Los Angeles
|2/24/10 1:26 PM|
Sally 305, I am from Denmark and in Denmark the name Brian is statistically over-represented in criminal circles. I've actually heard doctors use it in a derogatory manner: "That guy was a real Brian!".To me and many others, Brian will always be the name of the disruptive kid in class who did drugs, whereas fellow postdocs at my university are named Kayleeh and Cherztin (traditionally spelled Kerstin in Scandinavia). I think that names are only as classical and traditional as the people they are associated with. And everyone associates differently. Something to think about in an international world.
Hottest Baby Name Trends of 2010 | Apartment Therapy Ohdeedoh
|1/15/10 12:54 AM|