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Hi You! And welcome to my blog! I'm a adventurous girl from a northern country called Finland. ❄🌙🐺 At the moment I'm quite busy doing my service in the Finnish army which means that I can't be so active in here BUT ollos huoleti ("no worries"), ma' friend! I'll do my best to save some time for posting new stuff every now and then. :)

Oh! And I like to photograph so some of the pictures I put here are taken by me. By Sonja. Have a nice day!

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Sarjaton

Designers:  Aleksi Kuokka, Harri Koskinen, Musuta, Samuji 2012

Meaning ‘no series’ in Finnish, Sarjaton is a range that redefines the freedom of flexibility. The essential parts that can be used whenever for whatever play just as well together as by themselves. Touch the embossed plates, enjoy the soft, muted tones of the colour palette or make your own personal compositions. Shaped by tradition, tailored for today Sarjaton gives you the natural tools to create, as you like.

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