About me and my blog
My name is Benita and my blog is called Chez Larsson which translates into "At the Larsson's". It's where I share all the things I enjoy. I'm a neat freak, an organizing fanatic and someone who truly enjoys getting her hands dirty. I love DIY, gardening and renovating but I also sew, craft and occasionally bake.
A couple of years ago I moved to a lovely row house from 1954 in a Stockholm suburb, with my nineeen year old son Wille and our two cats Mini and Bonus. I'm a busy bee renovating it and bringing it up to date while still trying to keep what's left of that 50's vibe.
Oh, if you're wondering, when I'm not organizing drawers, building furniture or digging in my back yard I spend Mondays through Fridays working in the marketing department of a Swedish chain of stores where I'm in charge of social media and the company website.
Use of my photos and content
I'm totally ok with sharing my photos and content with fellow bloggers so feel free to borrow a photo or two and link back to chezlarsson.com but please don't copy and paste complete blog posts without my permission. I'm afraid I don't allow my photos or content to be used for professional purposes.
I love hearing from you so please leave a comment to any post that takes your fancy or e-mail me!
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I never recommend anything on my blog that I don't like. I do however on rare occasions accept products for review from companies and if I think it is something that will be of interest to my readers I may post about it. I'll always be honest even if they sent me the product for free. Scout's honor!
I'm a no-fear-DIY kind of girl. I'll try anything DIY once. I write about projects around our house but I feel I should point out that although the methods I've used in improving our home and the tools and materials I use for my projects have worked for me I'm not liable if you're injured or run into other problems after doing same or similar projects. Please make safety your first priority and do some additional research, such as asking the pros at your local DIY store to make sure you tackle your projects the correct way.