I hope your week has had a great start, mine has been quite busy so far – I’m taking some interior design classes right now and we have a lot of homework to do! :) Besides that there is another Big Project going on in my life right now (I think it deserves an extra-post somewhere in the near future), so I hope you don’t mind if you have to wait new posts a little bit longer ;)
Today’s eye candy is the home of two ballet dancers (yet another creative people with a fabulous home!). The large open-plan space is divided into kitchen, dining and living room area so that the overall look remains simple and minimal. I like how the wooden furniture brings a life into the white space… One great example is the wooden dining table on the background of white modern kitchen (second picture) – perfect combination!
// images from Bolig Magasinet, photos Karina Tengberg //
Do you agree that it seems like people with creative professions tend to have absolutely fabulous homes? For me, it does. Well, here is another good example to support my theory… This calm and monochrome home belongs to an interior photographer Mette Wotkjær. My favorite thing from this home is the cozy sofa with By Nord cushions and a great photo wall above that – monochrome, but so rich in details that it almost feels like colorful :)
// images from Femina //
I came across this beautiful Scandinavian home few days ago and today I have finally enough time to share it also with you, my dear readers :)
This home looks really airy and spacious, despite that it has actually only 110 square meters. One thing contributing to the feeling of spaciousness is definitely the use of vertical lines in the interior: narrow and tall windows and the black fireplace between them; ceiling is covered with vertical white stained pine panels and even the long red cords of Caravaggio pendants contribute to the look….
// images from Hus o Hem, photos by Peter Carlsson //
I know that I have shared some pictures of the home of Hanne Berzant (who is a designer and owner of a gorgeous Danish brand By Nord) before, but I guarantee you that these photos are from completely different angle and you can find many differences. At first, I didn’t even realise that this was the same apartment!
The combination of muted colors and untreated floorboards creates warm and natural look in this turn-of-the-century home. There are many designer pieces in these pictures which are listed in the original article, my favorite from this selection is Hans Wegner’s CH008 coffee table.
// images from The Guardian, photography Heidi Lerkenfeldt //
Today I came across a beautiful modern house styled by Lotta Agaton. I almost promised to myself after the last post that the next post will be more colorful, but when I saw these pictures I changed my mind :) My favorite is the kids room where grey is used together with turquoise – I like that combination nearly as much I like turquoise with white and turquoise with brown :)
// images from Folkhem, photographed by Henrik Bonnier, via La Maison d’Anna G. //
If you spend as much time looking at design blogs as I do you have probably already seen the gorgeous pictures of Christmas mood in designer and calligrapher Ylva Skarp home. Since I really like the cozy and simple look of this home I must share it also here :) I like how the nature surrounding the home feels present also inside the house. Interior is in calm tones, with white, grey and black as a base. Sheepskins, paper decorations, candles, pine cones and twigs make it feel cozy and ready for winter holidays…
// images from Lantliv, photographed by Magdalena Björnsdotter //