Updated Room Tour

Hello again everyone! I hope you’re all doing well in this summer time. Today, I thought it was about time I gave you an updated tour of my room – since the last one was uploaded over two years ago!! If you’d like to read and see me room before, please check out this blog post. There’s not much text nor words in this blogpost, since it’s a very visual post. Although, I hope you still like it, and I’ll be sure to uploade a more chatty blog post next time (because I know a lot of you are a fan of those – and I don’t blame you). Anyway, here you go guys! ENJOYYY!

Oh ‘ello! I’m glad you made it to the end. Now, If you liked this post please make sure to give it a like and let me know in the comments, if you have any questions about where things are from. I’ll be sure to respond and send you links to the things I can find. Also, let me know in the comment: What’s your favourite item/things/piece of furniture in your room/flat/house? Thank you so much for reading!

Lots of love

Karen W. xxx

21 Comments

    1. Karen Wodstrup

      I’m really sorry, but I honestly have no idea what sort of plant it is. Thank you so much for reading! It sounds amazing that you’re living in a tiny house, and I quite agree that plants are amazing for adding life and cosiness to a space 🙂

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      1. Markus + Micah

        Your plant is lovely, either way. The monsterra looks healthy, too. Plants are so awesome – I see them and see life and hope! And yes, thank you. Our tiny house is a wooden A-frame cabin. Very small but it is all we need. The beach and garden make up for the space.

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      2. Karen Wodstrup

        I feel the exact same way about plants. If they’re looking a bit sad, it’s like a mini panicky feeling hits me. And then when they’re looking happy it makes me smile 😊 I can’t imagine a better place to live than by the beach! It must be incredible

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      3. Markus + Micah

        I am with you. My sister gave us this enormous spathiphyllum and it gives me anxiety at the start. But it had adjusted now and we are both happy. Yes, it is a good lifestyle, close to nature and lots of space. Do you live in a city?

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      4. Karen Wodstrup

        Yes, I live in Denmark in a medium sized City. Luckily our family has a house by the West Coast of Denmark, which is incredible once’s you’ve had enough of the city’s noises.

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  1. Chloe Luna

    I love your style so much Karen, everything here looks so aesthetically pleasing like it could’ve been plucked right from Pinterest! I also really love those stacks of books under your desk for some reason – something about them is just so nice to look at! xx

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    1. Karen Wodstrup

      Thank you so much, Chloe!! ❤️ That probably is the best compliment anyone could give my room lol. I also really like the way my books are organised. If they were ordered my author it would look a lot more messy, I guess the eye prefers when colours are sorted. Thank you so much for reading! ❤️❤️ I hope you’ll have an amazing summer xx

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  2. arshia

    Your room is so beautiful and open! All that natural light must feel lovely! And I absolutely love your little Harry Potter bobble-head, hahaha! If we get to go back to college before I graduate, my friends and I will probably get a flat for ourselves and I’m really looking forward to decorating it! Have a great day :))

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    1. Karen Wodstrup

      Haha, I absolutely love my little Harry Potter figure as well – I’m contemplating whether to extend the collection or not 😉 It sounds amazing to move in with your friends! Ultimate goals actually!! It must be so fun (and perhaps also a bit challenging) to decorate a completely new space with friends. I hope you have a wonderful summer ❤ xx

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  3. stickysituation

    I love your room and your decoration style- it gives me such serene & peaceful vibes! I imagine that it’s the perfect space for recharging if you’re feeling drained. And I am in love with that blue art piece on your wall! Where did you get it from? (if you don’t mind me asking) And to answer your question, I’d probably say my favourite things in my room are my books; It’s getting a little out of hand and I am beginning to run out of space for all of them but I say the more the merrier! Wishing you a wonderful summer xx

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    1. Karen Wodstrup

      Uhh, I absolutely love books too! And you’re so right about the more the merrier! I’ve found quite a good way to store my books I think. I have them at the end of my desk and then all ordered by colour. Anyway, I’m really glad you liked my post and room. I try to make my room as calm and clean as possible, as I’d just feel awful in a cluttered surrounding. I wish you a wonderful summer too, I hope it brings you lots of happy memories xx

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  4. Elsie LMC

    Your room looks so pretty and like a very calming place to be! ✨ Love the wall hanging and how books are beneath your desk, it’s a great storage idea. My favourite thing about my room is how on a sunny day it will catch the light and be all golden and calming 💫 Great post! 💕

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    1. Karen Wodstrup

      Aww thank you so much! That genuinely makes me SO happy! Uhh actually I think my favourite thing about my room is the calming sun light as well. My room is facing right south so I have golden sunlight pretty much all day. I’m really glad you liked this post! I wish you the loveliest summer! xx

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