First: thank you for all the respons and lovely personal messages regarding my last blogpost. You must be the best readers, that’s for sure! And what I’ve realized is that when I’m open and honest, people get a tendency to be open towards me too, and we treat each other with humbleness and respect. Beautiful!
I’ve promised you photos from Sofia‘s house for quite some time, but I have several important tasks and deadlines that’s ripping me a part a little, and I can’t seem to get the editing from her house done! Frustrating, yes, big time! But I’ll get there, I will… That I know for sure.
So this is obviously not Sofia’s home, but our former recording studio in one of the outbuildings. I’ve been out there cleaning and putting in furnitures (have a look at my behind the scenes at my stories at Instagram today! Things are for sure not what they look like…) and photographing for the sale. I’ve also unpacked some huge things that has arrived for a collaboration, and I am to continue that work tomorrow.
As you can see it’s not totally my style in these photos (I need mysterious dark corners!), and photographing for sale has been my most difficult photo task ever! Seriously, and I’m the first one to admit. The biggest problem is that I don’t feel like there’s any creativity or fun styling involved, it’s all about decluttering and minimizing, and it’s not inspiring and does not feel like my home. So I detach a lot from this place as i work with it actually. Which is mostly a good thing since I’m going to move…
The 16th of May the house will be out for sale, and I cope with it quite well actually. Except from the part that I spend at least 4-5 hours every day making it ready for sale. It doesn’t seem to take an end… And I need a minimum of ten hours sleep… #life.
Will I meet you when the house is open for potential buyers? 😉 And why not call or email our very nice realtor, Petter, if you’re a little curious?