Christmas is approaching at frightening speed, and, like the rest of us, you are probably looking at a packed schedule as you frantically try to get everything ready for the holiday. But what would Christmas be without home-made sweets? To make your Christmas preparations easier, we are very pleased to share our own Bounty recipe with you. It’s super-fast and super simple, and it really tastes super! Enjoy our recipe for Bounty treats à la Sandberg below.
Hi everyone. I am delighted to be Sandberg’s guest blogger today, and I thought I would show you how I have used Sandberg’s Malin wallpaper, from their truly wonderful Oas collection, in part of my own home.
Three days jam-packed with impressions, the heartbeat of a great city and fantastic details in everything from a cup of warm chocolate to facades with shells in bas relief. Those days in Paris with our wicked creative team went a little too quickly, but recharged as with energy and enthusiasm. With the image of Versailles in the evening sun burned into our retinas, pencils and brushes glowed in the studio.
There are lots of ways to make a fun, personal and attractive Advent Calendar. Here are our suggestions for making an excellent Christmas Season Calendar from wallpaper left-overs. Small wallpaper bags filled with little presents that can be opened every day right up to Christmas Eve. The great thing about these bags is that you can reuse them next Christmas.
I spent last weekend on the beautiful island of Gotland.
On a beautiful autumn day, we jumped in the car and headed south to the province of Småland, to the lovely old town of Tingsryd, to visit Frida in her wonderful 18th century house. The house is a real showcase for Sandberg Wallpaper.
Our Oasis is a place where time pauses in its headlong rush, a sanctuary where you have the time to centre yourself, both visually and spiritually. You will want to remain here in deepest communion and moments of closeness, letting the atmosphere seep under your skin and rekindle your spirit. Body and soul have time to unwind, softly and gently, deep and vibrant, gentle and heartfelt, wild and beautiful. Like life itself.
On a cloudy and rather chilly autumn day, we drove out to visit the Villa Strömsfors. This is a really wonderful turn-of-the-century villa, which has undergone a careful and sympathetic restoration. The Villa was completed in 1908, on a small rise in Strömsfors, just outside Svenljunga. On the day of our visit, the house was beautifully silhouetted against a high fog.
The kitchen is a natural focal point in the home, where we eat and interact with family and friends. It is truly the heart of the home.
Green walls in a bedroom give a sense of calm. A place for relaxation and recuperation. Green is a natural stress alleviator. Fill your bedroom with plants and it becomes your own little oasis where you can curl up in your bed or in an armchair with a good book and a cup of coffee or tea. Maybe open a window wide and let the white linen curtains wave in the breeze.