Daisies in Denmark

As much as I’m loving the fact that we’re living in Asia right now (and I really am loving it), I keep getting these annoying Europe-pangs (dang it Euro bloggy buddies, you keep making me homesick!) whenever I see a gorgeous image from France, Spain, Italia, or well pretty much any European country.  There’s no better place on earth in my humbles opinion (well y’know, aside from the current financial/debt crisis that has it in its grips…), Europe will always be top trumps in my heart.

Anyhoo so these images below also succeeded in making me think ‘GAH, must go back right now!’  If I ever visit Copenhagen the insanely cute flower shop Blomsterskuret is on my list of things to see!

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That paint job and the rustic baskets and pots just take my breath away, absolutely divine.

I think there’s a bit of a gap in the market here – someone needs to open one of these in Singers quick smart!

6 comments

  1. Swoon, swoon, swoon, swoon, swoon! I am printing these pictures out because I need them as inspiration. Oh, I want to live in this little flower shop/booth – it’s like something out of a fairytale! 🙂

  2. Elly, I have never been in Denmark, only Sweden, but I know I would love to because of all the bicycles there. I like how the seller, maybe owner of this flower shop was surprised while taking care of the flowers. Have to admit: in my home, my boyfriend takes care of the flower and I love when he does it :). Elly, in order to feel more happy that you live there, I want to remind you about the summer temperature in the north part of Europe: 20 maximum! But I am kidding, I understand the feeling 😉

  3. pitgat says:

    So nice to get to know other cultures, but I totally agree with you – Europe is great. I have just left it 10 days ago 🙁 and I am homesick too, but I am learning new things and it’ll be good for a while! Your pictures are great, I hope you are enjoying your time! denisesplanet.com

  4. Sam says:

    You’ve passed on your Europe-pangs to me (not that I’ve lived there) but everything is so beautiful and different to anything I know. This is the loveliest flower shop, so quaint! Thanks so much for your reply and great tips and ideas! I appreciate your opinion on my last post…Happy Friday!

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