I can't think of a better way to kick off the new year than with an old love - the Mora Klok (clock). While watching my favorite Swedish show, Historieätarna, I got inspired again by the Mora clock. Let me say that Historieätarna is easily one of the best shows out there. The concept is that they live, eat, dress and sleep like Swedes of a particular period in history for several days. Sounds boring, right? But it's not. The production value, the way it is shot and the interaction between the two program leaders is fantastic. I'm a little obsessed, actually. Lotta Lundgren is stunning and it seems they make a point of showing you a little glimpse of Erik's rumpa (yes, that means what you think it means). If you're in Sweden check it out on SVT. Now, back to the Mora clock.
There is such an understated elegance to the Mora design and it is easy to understand why its popularity has lasted for so long. The girls over at Remodelaholic have not only updated Mora with a fresh bright yellow look but have also shared a DIY tutorial. Warning: this particular DIY is a little on the advanced side. Maybe it's a project for the future. Check it out here.
And, again, if you are in Sweden check out Historieätarna on SVT or SVTplay. I think you'll love it too.
|Historieätarna via SVT|