Now that we're moving, I thought I'd take a few last pictures of our apartment. The space was tricky to furnish and I never liked pastels much, but the items we chose complemented the view, and I never felt the urge to redecorate. Our next apartment is a complete departure. Since the previous zero waste cat post, our plastic litter box cracked and the bristles fell out of our Furminator. We switched to a stainless steel steam pan from La Bovida and Tender Care wooden brush; my husband also bought a Pipolino after seeing Kar and Toffel play with one at my brother in law's place. The cats love the new stuff. Despite my misgivings, the plastic feeder relaxes and entertains them, especially since they hid their wool mice somewhere. They really only play with ribbons and boxes anyway.
Other than that, and a mason jar for myself, we haven't made any household or wardrobe additions. Our new apartment comes furnished, so we plan on selling appliances and most of the furniture. I can't wait to live in a smaller place. The neighborhood is beautiful and safe and Léa Salamé lives next door, but the upkeep of this apartment is a little much- it takes me forever to scrub all the windows and pigeons fly at me when I do- plus it's flooded five times this year. Twice our bathtub emptied into our neighbors' kitchen, and last week our balcony flooded another neighbor's bedroom. I can't think of anything interesting or funny to write about this, because someone got gluten on my water glass and my internal fluids are consciously uncoupling from my body.
SourcesH&M linen sheets in light grey
Ikea Soderhamn Sofa
Habitat Kilo table
Habitat Ikebana bed
Nkuku wire shelves
Ikea Elly towels, used as cloth napkins
Happy Pet cat tree
Paolo Galetto above the cat tree