We first had a look at the bigger things such as sofas, beds, kitchens, kitchen tables and chairs. Some were very contemporary and some antique looking. Here are some of my favourites from that section.
|'Her chair' by Casamania fit me like a glove.|
|Out of the dark|
Some treasures from the Antiques-section:
|Intricate oriental jewelry box.|
|Love the lovely old suitcases.|
And last but certainly not least: the interior decoration accessories. It was my favourite section. We oohed and aahed as we saw so many beautiful things there.
One of the displays we loved was by Dokkän. According to their website "Dokkän offers unique, stylish, oriental and authentic home decor items." and was founded by two female friends. Mymoon always supports businesses founded by friends! It's amazing how much oriental-ness they managed to fit into a few square meters. I just love their lamps and am definitely planning on visiting their shop in Helsinki. Visit their website for inspiration and have a look at their other beautiful products.
Organic things are trendy right now and one of the stands featured organic soaps and candles from Aamumaa. Aamumaa means land of eternal dawn. I visited their website and I love their philosophy "Going Green For Good". Aamumaa's products are hand-made in Finland using naturally organic products. Aamumaa donates 50 cents from every product sold to WWF (World Wide Found for Nature) to protect animal species that are dependent on ice and snow, such as ice bears and the Saimaa ringed seal (Phoca hispida saimensis). Mymoon loves companies who produce organic products and donate to charity!We got some products, which by the way came in recycled packaging, which you can win by participating in our raffle. More about the raffle later.
Have a look at Aamumaa's fabulous products by visiting their website at:
And some other beautiful things we saw:
For baking pleasure:
Cute towels and wooden accessories: