This has been a very, very long time coming, that much is for sure. I have been here for almost four years now and I felt it was time for a change. This idea has been bouncing around in my mind for almost two years before I started working on a new blog, and although I spent much of the chrismtas vacation writing blog posts for the new blog and ideas of diy projects and such I needed a kick in the behind to actually open it. 

Then just last week I took that final step and opened my brand new blog: MONDAY BY DAGNÝ.

I thank you for the bottom of my heart for all of the years here on Feel Inspired Blog and I truly hope you keep on reading about my thoughts and inspiration for design and life in general on my new blog - make sure to update your RSS feed and links. Or to make it all that easier, find my new blog on Facebook. And I am always on Instagram under @dagnybjorg_

Have a good always!



I'm very much in treat with the new Palo sofa by HEM - find out more about the modular sofa here.



My mind is all about ceramics these days - as some may have noticed if you follow me on pinterest. I'm currently in a ceramics work shop in school so that is why. This is the first time I'm working with the material and I find it very, very fascinating!

This project, Less CPP N°1, by Gt2P caught my attention last year when researching and it's been on my mind ever since. Taking the tradition out of ceramics and creating new non-standardized ways to work with the material, giving countless outcomes where no two pieces are the same. I was inspired by the wavy form of the products and the lightness of the material, almost as if it's floating.



NAKNAK is a team of nine designers/teams I have recently come across and I've become quite smitten. They take organization to a new level and create functional products to keep the house organized that yet look amazing.




As some may have noticed I have been loving having my sisters camera for the past week. A lot of photographs have been taken. Today we're having a relaxing, slow Sunday - hope you are enjoying yours too!

ps. sorry about two coffee posts in a row, apparently I really like my coffee...



This has basically been my view all week long. A cup of coffee and the notebook to note down my research. Not bad, not bad.