{live here, eat that} Icelandic beauty

L: Kitchen in Icelandic home via Desire to Inspire |R: Chocolate hazelnut pots de creme by Cannelle et Vanille

My jaws nearly dropped when I first saw this little Icelandic jewel. In another life, I think that’s totally where I was meant to live – in the middle of nowhere surrounded by gorgeous nature, some colorful rain boots waiting by the door always ready to go on some adventures, a colorful kitchen full or pretty vintage plates, a cosy living room where I could read my book. Le sigh. Can’t say that New York really compares at all – I guess Central Park will have to do as far as wilderness goes! :) I’m totally in love with this home – and hope you like it too.

And with that, check out these lovely chocolate and hazelnut pot de creme by Cannelle et Vanille – they totally look like they could have been baked in this lovely Icelandic home! Yum, and they look so delicious – a perfect little treat.

PS: 24 Merry Days – Day 4! You won’t want to miss today, believe me….head on over to The Sweetest Occasion to discover today’s prize. Fast. Fast. Fast! :)

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10 Responses to “{live here, eat that} Icelandic beauty”
  1. I’m so hooked on all things Swedish right now so naturally I loved this post! :)

  2. Chloe Moon says:

    Wow what a beautiful home!!! I love all the aqua furniture! It’s styled beautifully!! =) Ooo hazelnut…I can’t resist anything with hazelnut chocolate. =)

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  3. Oh wow, this is such a cute home! I love all the rustic elements…it has such a cozy feel to it!

  4. i’d feel right at home in this space-lovely!

  5. Lacey says:

    This small home is so BEAUTIFUL. I love how cozy and rustic it seems. I’d want something just like this.

  6. Deborah says:

    I traveled to Iceland in August and was blown away by the raw beauty and diversity of the landscape. I would have loved to stay in this charming little hideaway while exploring the countryside.

    • audrey says:

      How lucky, Deborah – I’ve been dying to travel to Iceland. Everything looks so raw and beautiful there!