Isn’t this cabinet fabulous? And everything in it of course! Today’s post is all about the fabulous blog Lulufant by the gorgeous Tina Kapowski Larsen. The blog name stands for her 3 kids, which I thought was adorable!
I really fell for this blog in a HUGE way. Please forgive the writing on all these images. I’ve seen the perfect Lulufant kitchen on pinterest so many times without the original source pinned to it (which really bugs the life out of me!) so I thought I would make sure the Lulufant blog name was all over these. I also edited all of the images in this post so my blog name is on there too if you guys are sharing.
This image almost made the eyes pop out of my head. I wish I could afford all of these beautiful greengate products, I also wish that a bigger range of greengate items was available in the UK but we are very lucky that we can get any at all! My eyes didn’t pop out because of the lovely greengate pieces though, it was the gorgeous cabinets and little drawers underneath! I love them!
I’ve seen so many of these wooden display units for cutlery and cups, they seem to be very popular in Scandinavia. Is it common to have these things out in the open instead of in cabinets or drawers?
This is a marvellous little kitchen!
And greengate is oozing out of every pore in this kitchen! I love it!
I love this little area! See that little cabinet? Are those normally for eggs and things? I’m just curious.
These tins and enamelware had these lovely flowers painted on them by Tina. A very talented lady! In Tina’s profile she says she has been painting since she was able to hold a brush so that explains her talent!
This is also hand painted! A little flea market upcycle job. Do any of you know what this is for? Tina says on her blog that she thinks it’s for kitchen rags/sponges etc.
A much better view of the large plate rack on the other side of that glorious cabinet that I showed in the first image in this post. I love those fabric bolts too! Jealous? Who me? uh yeah.
Another hand painted marvel from Tina! There are many canvas prints on the blog of previous and current greengate designs.
This is a little tiny wardrobe ‘dolls house style’ for Maileg products. Maileg seems to be a really popular children’s toy company in Denmark. The little animal characters are bigger than traditional dolls houses we know about over here but not much. I think they come in varying sizes, from a little bigger than dolls house, to large dolls about the size of a 1 year old.
A hand painted and washi tape union jack canvas! I thought this was great. Very well done!