Nathan and I love to travel.
But I never want to be so preoccupied by somewhere else that I miss the beauty of the place I call home.
So last weekend, we walked over to The American Swedish Institute to explore.
They had a fascinating exhibit about the Noble Prize; each of the rooms in the mansion had a creative dress designed by fashion students in Stockholm, a floral arrangement from a local florist, and a musical composition all inspired by a distinct noble prize. If you’re the museum-type, I’d recommend visiting sometime.
And, naturally, I took lots of pictures with my phone, so if you’re not the museum-type, you can vicariously live through these photos.
Floral installation in the physics room.
Physics flowers again, so unique.
Pretty chandeliers. It felt like a dollhouse.
This chandelier reminds me of Beauty and the Beast.
And a delicious soy cappuccino from Fika, the Swedish Cafe at the Institute.