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  • james
    29th December 2020 at 17:01

    Thanks for all your hard work – all the way from North London!

    Good luck Brummie in America!!

    The web site is great

    • chloedominik
      7th January 2021 at 23:30

      Thank you so much!

  • Henry
    16th December 2020 at 06:55

    Hi, I love those sliding doors especially the one made with glass but still have the privacy. Do you know where I can get those sliding doors?

  • Mau
    25th November 2020 at 05:41

    Hi, thank you for the inspiration! I love the Slated wooden doors as closet door idea! . Where may I purchase slated wooden doors ?

    Thank you , Mau

    • chloedominik
      25th November 2020 at 11:08

      Hi Mau, there have been a few people asking where they can get the slatted doors from. Unfortunately I don’t know, these might be custom made. If I see anything similar I’ll put a post out!

  • Rita
    24th November 2020 at 06:49

    Hi Chloe
    You cannot “make” your room hygge. It is like making your room cosiness. But you can create “hygge” IN your room.
    Also, hygge is both danish and norwegian. Although the norwegians use the word slightly different

    • chloedominik
      24th November 2020 at 22:32

      Hi there Rita, Yes I get what you’re saying. That was my intention of the post how to make your room “more cozy”. I’m not sure if you read the post or not but I did also mention that hygge is Danish from Norwegian origin.

  • Benedicte Sebbelov
    23rd November 2020 at 12:00

    Hi Chloe, I don’t know where in the world you are situated, but I love your pictures! I have especially, fallen in love with the big gray seating cushions around the outdoor fire pit, that you have posted in June 2020! Do you know if these cushions can be bought somewhere in Nothern Europe/Scandinavia?

  • Steve Nusinow
    18th November 2020 at 22:02

    Hi Chloe,

    You posted an outdoor photo from Modern Garden on June 8th and I have been trying to find the name of the plants in the right side planter and none of my local nurseries know the name. Is there a resource to reach out to or do you know the name of the plant? I appreciate whatever help you can give me.


    • chloedominik
      18th November 2020 at 22:45

      Hi there! Best bet I’ve been told is it could be White Salvia. I hope that helps!


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