Søstrene Grene – Danish Goodies

Courtesy of Esperluette-blog.fr

Courtesy of Esperluette-blog.fr

I went to Copenhagen a few months ago for an amzing trip where I got to see some very good friends of mine.

It was my first time there and in Scandinavia in general. I absolutely LOVED it. I cannot stop talking about how everything is great over there since I came back.

A post about the trip (or maybe a whole series – let me know if you would be interested) should be up soon.

Anyway, while I was there I got the opportunity of going to this amazing store Søstrene Grene (I know. Don’t even try to pronounce it. Ha!). For those of you who might not know it you may know the store Tiger and it is basically the same idea. A bunch of very affordable cute little things for the house (some useful decoration and toys and some… very random but so gorgeous items).

So I went to their website yesterday to relive a little how nice everything was over there and I stumbled upon some videos! As you might have understood by now, I am a visual person, I love watching videos. And let me tell you, the videos are absolutely amazing, so entertaining, useful, easy to watch. They remind me a lot of the Leaf.tv website that I wrote about here.

And BEFORE you start wondering how you will be able to understand videos from a Danish company – remember they are smart. They know their language is tough and the international market is huge. You will understand everything there. #takforengelsk 🙂

Over there you will be able to find short videos about DIY projects and Food!

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Introducing LEAF.tv

Dear all,

For those of you who are into creative content lifestyle related and who do not know leaf.tv yet, let me introduce you to your next favorite website and youtube channel. This websites is a bowl of inspiration for anything “living, eating, and fashion” related.

The creators are two trendy ladies, very influential on the web thanks to their blogs and websites.

Their content is amazing and unique, but to me the key element of differentiation is their short very well filmed and edited videos. These clips capture close shots, they last 1 to 3 minutes, and are followed by a soft and cool background music.

One thing is sure, you will watch one and will not resist watching other 2/3 of them.

For the sake of illustration I will share here one of my favorite clips for each section.



(Personally I would skip the bacon here)


Keep up with the great job Leaf.tv!