New Petit ✨ Ármuli 23


Three days ago we opened New, Bigger and Better Petit !!

It has been a month of hard work and full renovation. Today I am excused, extremely happy and thankful for all the support and love 💕

Almost exactly two ago Petit moved into Suðurlandsbraut, here is the post I wrote then. Now we moved into a four times bigger space than what we had at Suðurlandsbraut. I hope I will be writing a new post in two years about Petit taking the next step, hopefully at that time not in Iceland  ;)

The outside of our new store when we received the house and the inside.

First we took the walls down in the middle if the space to make one big open space. Then we redid the old wood floor.

One huge sign on the side of the house.

Our custom designed interior ✨

When I designed them I did not think about the size and how we get them into the store 🙈 We had to take out the door to get them in.

The new floor, white polished.

Then we started to build the rest of our interior. Here is the base for the front desk.

We also added new walls to close of our storage.

The back and storage area.

We also imported steel interior from Thailand.

Then we had a carpenter to custom made windows display.

Light’s beginning installed.

Everything getting in place.

Moving in..

The final big thing was the marble counter top from S Helgasson 👌

After days and nights of hard work we where finally ready to open New Petit!


Welcome to Petit in Ármuli 23, open weekdays 10.00-18.00 and Saturdays 11.00-16.00 💕



Renovation: White carpet flooring

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4 days left to the big move and now we are complete painting all room’s and the finishing work is going in. Today we put in white floor carpet in Þóra Lóa’s room.. It turned out prefect and we where able to lay it our selfs, so easy and cheap! 

We used spacial carpet tape and glued it down and then we cute off the extra edge so it fits exactly in the room. Now we will put in wall lists over the carpet ? 

Renovation: No more white walls!


I am looking at wall colors for the new house. Our apartment today is extremely Scandinavian with all walls white, white oiled wooden floors and white furniture. In the new house we decided to not have any white walls, all rooms will be painted in different dust shades and we will also redo the floors but haven’t decided what type of floors yet, I think they will be bleached gray or dark oak wooden floors.

Now all the fun begins




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Homemade Chocolate Eggs


I got invited to a chocolate Easter egg class and got completely hooked on the idea that I should make my family Easter eggs this year. I thought it would be a fun tradition with the kids and we can stuff our eggs with candy that we like and write little love notes to each other ;)

I made 4 types of eggs: one with just milk chocolate, one caramel with light milk chocolate, one licorice milk chocolate and one just 70% dark chocolate.

I bought the molds from Allt í Köku about 1000kr/stk.

Then I melted the chocolate in hot water bath. I never let the water completely boil, just heating up close to boiling.

Dont forget to put in a love note ?

In Þóra Lóas egg I placed healthy candy and a toy, I think all the chocolate that the egg is made out of is enough for her.

Then it is nice to create some decorations to put on the egg.

For the liquorice egg I used dracula puder.

And put in the mold before pouring in the chocolate.

This the finished Liquorice chocolate egg ?

And the plain milk chocolate egg.

And Þóras caramel chocolate egg with eatable glitter spray ;)

The I wrapped all the eggs and we will store them cool in our pantry until Easter.

This was super fun and I will most likely make more very soon :)



Our Bathroom renovation


Our little bathroom was in great need of a “face lift” so we decided to have it done before the end of January. Our main focus was good practical storage and space for a washing machine, having newborn babies I did not want to be running to the washing room in the basement all the time.

I forgot to take before pictures so you can see the transformation but it was old and just not practical at all. What we have done is to buy new interior as lights, mirror, cabinets, shower/bath pipes, stone top and sink. I am really happy with the outcome and new storage spaces we got in this small bathroom.

We picked dark wood interior and white stone top, the top is extra wide for a bathroom so we could fit the washing machine under and also to have as a changing table on top. The sink and the top is all in stone and specially made after our measurements, we wanted all in one piece blending together. We picked a sink that is big enough so we can give our little boys a bath in it the first months.

Us taking a selfie in the middle of the renovation.



Nike X Petit Event


One week ago Petit had a big event in cooperation with Nike Island for the release of the Nike Toddler SU16 collection.

With the help of Nike Island we pulled of a really nice event, I also wanted to share some images from the evening. At one point everything was so busy I completely missed to take pictures, but lucky me Nike snapped and I saved some  ;)


The beautiful people that made the Nike X Petit event happen.

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Petits lovely staff got a summer gift before the event.

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Super good licorice and vanilla macaroons with hand-painted Nike swoosh and Kristall to drink.


All the new sneakers are amazing, here is one of my favorites – All Gray Nike Command TD

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An event is not complete without goodie bags and Petit gave the first 50 customers goodie bags.  Essie nail-polish and Elnett hairspray for the parent and Hipp Organic baby food and Burt’s Bees baby oil for the child + 2000kr gift-card at Petit.


The perfect DJ for this event was Helga Gabriella that is also expecting a little baby <3

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Big Thank you to all the people that helped and to everyone that showed up at Petit !



Ahle Agency

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Very soon after we moved to Iceland I saw that many Icelanders are very crafty and artsy. The culture life in Iceland as in music, arts, fashion and theater is quite big for such a small country. I was amazed that many Icelanders I talked to could play an instrument or for example, working part time as fashion designer out side of their normal work. I find it so fascinating and unique! Then of course all this amazing Icelandic design, that I never heard of before. I felt like it needed to be more known, that there are many brands from little Iceland with great designs and quality. I wanted to create an Agency that took more Icelandic design to the Scandinavian markets and gave these labels a good name in ex, Sweden. Now after three years I felt like it was the right time to start this project, Ahle Agency. The Agency is only a couple of weeks old and we are already making big progress with the brands we have in Sweden.

We signed AsWeGrow and Iglo+Indi, both focusing on the children’s market. It is best to take it slow and do it very well. I come from a marketing background and I know the key to good sales are thought marketing and branding. That is they key stones, then comes social skills and last sales skills. I hope our agency will preform well, I am now committing three days a week to the agency and when this it is up and rolling I will start my next project ;)

You can follow our progress via Instagram – AhleAgency

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Iglo+Inid´s fashionable head office.

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Meet with AsWeGrow designer Guðrun at their head office.








Detox week


Been meaning to go on a detox cleanse since the beginning of January to really boost myself with my 12 weeks training program before bikini season starts again ;)  As always when something is a little extra demanding and not really prioritized my me, I intended to wait it out until last minute. Tomorrow I am going into my 3rd week of my training program and next week we are going to Copenhagen and fashion week.

Today I have been prepping all snacks and small meals, we have also ordered Paleo (caveman diet) dinners from Eldum Rett starting tomorrow.

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My mother is a nutritionist and it is her healthy energy bars I make, they are made from chia seeds, nuts and dried cranberry’s. I also made two types of boosts, one “liquid salad” and one regular berry boost. Then I roasted nuts and  made fruit bowls as snacks.



Jul vol.4 – Jóladagatal

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Last night I finally finished Toras Christmas calendar. This is a tradition I had as a child and everyday before school I got one little gift from my Christmas calendar. I know here you have the Icelandic Jólasveinar and the shoe in the window tradition and this one is very similar to that, one little gift a day but for the whole of December. Now this will sound crazy but we couldn’t decide on what tradition to have for Tora so we have both.. yes I know it is way too much for a little 2 year old but to ease your worries over how much we spoil our kid she only gets very small things and sometimes just a gingerbread cookie or crayons and paper. It’s nothing of much value, just small stuff to keep the traditions from both sides. I’m just hoping she doesn’t wake up to a potato in her shoe some day.

Gunnar and the Jólasveinar take care of the shoe and I take care of the Christmas calendar. Gunnar also takes care of eating the skyr, meat and whatnot that we leave for santa by the shoe ;)

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The “stamp” is from TGR.

God Jul,


JUL vol.2 – Flowers


I believe my passion for flowers was “planted” at a early age, you can say I had no choice. My parents named me after a little Swedish flower called Linnéa, it was also the favorite flower by the flower man himself (Carl von Linné) he named it after himself. Not only that… my first word was “Blomma”  (flower in Swedish) and as long as I can remember I always loved flowers and I had great interest in flowers.  It is not until now I can see that it was pretty made up for me to have a flower interest, my great grand parents had a huge flower plantation that I just to just lay in and look at all the different types and shapes of flowers.

I of course dream of having my own flower store, I am positive I will make that dream come true, one day, but until then I am just pretending to be a florist ;)

Here are some of my Christmas flower decorations for this year. Hope you get inspired.











1. Candle chandelier from Ferm LivingHERE 

2. South Africa’s national flower Protea in a vase from Deisgn House Sthlm.

3. White large amaryllis in IKEA glass jar that I took the lit off.