Updated: Sep 14
Summer is here. You can finally invite family and friends over for an evening in the backyard: dining, outdoor fireplace, talking and enjoying the summer evenings.
While we are slowly getting back to normal, there still might be limits on social gatherings. So getting together outdoor - in your backyard, front porch, on a deck, or in a park - can be the new go-to.
In the Norlii August box you will receive a great collection of Scandinavian decor to get you started on your get-together:
Norlii August box makes it easy for you to make a little hygge-get-together, even if it is only for a glass of wine and some salty nuts.
Corkscrew / Normann Copenhagen / Basics
Want to serve a glass of cold white wine to your guests? Do it with style. This corkscrew is so cool. The design focuses on the basic function - hence the Scandinavian design mantra: form follows function.
Normann Copenhagen calls this series Basic. The wine utensil is made in titanium-coated stainless steel and silicone, making it light and comfortable to hold and with a satin-like surface. Pour a tasty glass of wine for yourself and your friends.
Carafe / Normann Copenhagen / Tivoli
Water is vital during the summer, especially if you also drink wine. You can use this mouth-blown carafe in colored glass. I often add mint leaves for freshness, whether it's still or sparkling water.
The Tivoli series from Normann is a tribute to the old and renowned amusement park in the middle of Copenhagen.
Tealight holders / Lyngby
How long has it been since you received candle holders in your Norlii Box? Too long, I'd say. Adding Nordic Living to your life, you need to light candles any chance given. It is just so hyggeligt. The ones I have found for August box are called Lyngby, named after the northern part of Zealand in Denmark. The design is rooted in the Scandinavian design heritage and tradition.
Create an extra cozy atmosphere at home with the fine tealight holders in smoked glass – a great evening color.
$20 for the set
Bistro apron / Bitz/Södahl
This apron shows the "less is More"-attitude with only the raw edges as a refined detail. The apron is a collaboration between Bitz and Södahl (remember the teaspoons and towel in April Box?). I love how this apron fits, and the color is very Scandinavian. The fact that it is 100% organic makes it even better.
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