It seems that colorful accent walls are becoming more popular this spring, even in otherwise monochrome Scandinavian homes. These examples here are from two of the blogs I regularly follow, Stylizimo and Designlykke. Nina and Henriette have both chosen lovely shades of blue (fresh green blue or more subtle greyish blue) to bring some color to their homes. On the last four pictures actually the same color (“Lofoten”) is used although it looks quite different – great example of how different lightning can change the final outcome, so it may not be an easy task to find the perfect shade for your home!
// photos from 1.-4. Stylizimo 5,6. Designlykke //
April 2, 2014
April 1, 2014
Today I’m happy to show you the new look of my blog! I had long thought about it and finally I did it!
I don’t know how about you, but I was quite tired of my old design and wanted something more minimalist, light and fresh to better reflect my aesthetics. First I wanted to do the whole redesign myself, but I had to be realistic and admit that I don’t have time for that… Fortunately, I got a lovely theme from Blogmilk and after playing a little bit with CSS I can proudly present it today :) There are still minor things to do (like creating some structure of post categories… ), but it’s quite ready now!
So what do you think? I’d really really like to know!
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March 28, 2014
March 25, 2014
March 24, 2014
March 19, 2014
March 17, 2014
March 14, 2014
This post here is a quite special one – namely, it’s the first time I share an Estonian home!
This renovated 57 square meters apartment in Tallinn looks really spacious, calm and light with contrasts and different textures adding interest and personality to the interior. White walls and floors are great background to Scandinavian vintage furniture pieces and to the beautiful dark grey sofa Cosmo from Estonian brand OOT-OOT.