Finding the Swedish flea markets more interesting and rewarding than her own Danish counterparts, Leah Bawnager would make frequent trips from Copenhagen before considering a more permanent solution. After looking at homes, booking tours, and driving around in search of the perfect place, they finally settled on a house built in 1933 in Fränninge, 45 minutes’ drive from Malmo, Sweden. Everything was left in great shape by the meticulous former owners, including a secret welcome note. The previous residents has written a greeting to those who would one day tear down the wallpaper the had once so carefully put up. Since relocating to Sweden, Leah has combined work and pleasure by opening her own store selling the Swedish treasures she finds to those in Copenhagen (or at least the ones she doesn’t use in her own home), so they won’t have to drive as far as she once did to find them. I really love the book/animal holders on the wall above the bed. That is an ideal solution for my oldest daughter, who likes to retreat to her top bunk in order to play by herself every now and then, away from tiny toy stealing siblings who are still to young to climb.
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