One of the things that we’d wished we would have been able to bring back with us from Sweden was a basket of freshly baked Kardamummbular, the cardamom buns we’d fallen in love with during our stay.
But as it turns out, we may have been gifted a better alternative: Aron’s mother, Christine, kindly did some recipe-testing and, after a few trials, shared with us the secret to making them at home.
If you haven’t tried them before, they’re a wonderful alternative to the very sweet cinnamon rolls we’re more accustomed to: the cardamom is very fragrant and complex, the sweet is balanced, and the dough is both soft and crisp. They also tend to be smaller—just right for an afternoon coffee break or Fika.
Hey guys! I’m so excited to be back on the blog, this time to reveal an eclectic, modern bedroom we recently finished in the Denver area (see the initial design).
This was such a fun project because it tackled a lot of issues that so many people face; namely how to make a fairly standard “new build” home with builder-grade finishes both unique and reflective of your personality. My client, Gina, had tackled most of the rooms in her house but had left the bedroom untouched since they moved in (sound familiar? I confess I’m currently doing the same!). She had purchased a new bed, but the rest of the furniture was older and of the dark wood/matching bedroom set variety.