To socialize or talk informally preferably over a drink. Word forms: 3rd person singular present tense hobnobs, present participle hobnobbing, past tense, past participle hobnobbed.
But honestly. Hobnob is a safe space for women who prefer iced coffee over a perfectly curated wardrobe. It’s is a daycare center for women who are intrigued by trends, but also don’t care. It is an open bar for those who swear on vintage Chanel and whose pension funds hang in their closets.
Well, I got your back.
Am I the only one who tends to redecorate when I am bored or hungover? No I guess not. Especially in these days when we are home 24/7 and find all these small spots we usually doesn’t really care about, or have the time to notice.
Well, quarantine have made me put so much time in all these small stuff I always put aside during weekends or nights after work because I didn’t really have the energy to do it. But now when I spent so much time around in the crap – I’ve managed to build closets, re-paint a room, put up some curtains, throw away all the crap, clean the messy spaces and so on and on and on. My boyfriend literally screams in the entrance rn because I made him put up a wall of mirror bricks (he he), instead of a full mirror. Anyway, quarantine have made my home situation a lot better (or we will see after the mirror situation) but it has also have made me crave a lot of new things. As per usual.
And therefore I have gathered all my favorite pre-loved online furniture shops for all of us who are sitting in the same boat. Happy browsing guys!
A Copenhagen based store (and online shop) which is co-founded by Funda Christophersen. Very minimalistic pieces but yet so beautiful. All the objects in the webshop are handpicked from all over the world and restored to excellent vintage condition.
You can find everything from Alvar Aalto to unknown designers. And it’s world wide shipping. Great huh?
Go to their webshop here.
Art n’ Deco
Looking for the perfect marble table??? Well, Art n’ Deco then got your back. They have basically all of them, in any size and in any color you’d like. Me and Fanny have sent I think 10-15 links to each other just this week. The never ending search for the perfect dining table. Yes you know what I mean.
Pamono is the place to go.
The never ending talk of a Togo. BUT IT DESERVES IT. It’s truly a piece of perfection. Pamono might be a bit expensive, but still better prices than buying a new one and the conditions are great. Here is also the place you for sure find the most unique ones, in terms of patterns and fabrics. We just bought a cornflower blue to our summer house from here (guess who’s VERY excited). I have had a lot of them in my basket during the last couple of months (hehe). Would really love to have this in red to our home office.
Find all the good Togo’s here.
Is the place to find the most beautiful Murano lamps.
This is my favorite reseller, they have the most insane and beautiful (in my opinion) lamps on the entire world wide web. Lucky me I don’t have anymore ceilings to put lamps in, bc then I’d be very broke at this moment.
Or are you more interested in designer details?
Did you know that Vestiaire has a “lifestyle” section? Well, I have to admit it took me a while before I discovered that. But they have so many great stuff! Everything from Hermés blankets to small candle holders. Not to talk about all the beautiful porcelains.
Find the section here
If I want to find (more drool) over real classics, like Fritz Hansen or Vico Magistretti – Lauritz Auction House is like a candy shop.
Go shop all my dream pieces here.
Want unique pieces but doesn’t really care about the designer?
Well, then Bukowskis Market is great. Tons of unknown Italian design pieces, everything from magical glass tables to Art Deco sideboards. After Vestiaire Collective, Bukowskis App is the second most used app on my telephone. No joke. (And they also have a fashion section aswell!!) Best of both worlds.
Go loco here.