Love the color palette and warm feeling of this dining room and bedroom. Different shades of beige, brown and muted hues combined beautifully with deep grayish blue – on the photo in dining room and as a wall color in bedroom.
Today I wanted to share with you this really simple yet stunning bedroom decorated in soft neutral color palette. White walls, white curtains, white wardrobe combined with bedding in light grey and beige hues result in a calm and peaceful room where it should be really easy to unwind after a long and busy day. Art on the wall goes so well with the rest of the room as well as the bedside table which is actually a IKEA Frosta stool painted in a beautiful shade of grey.
This gorgeous bedroom with an open wardrobe belongs to an interior and design journalist, writer and stylist Holly Marder. I love the soft and neutral color scheme in this room and the cosy feeling she has created. Visit her blog to see more photos (including the before shots of this room, I promise you that the change is amazing!) and to read her interesting story about the bedroom makeover.
Sorry for my absence for so long time, I think this is the longest gap between posts within the year I have been blogging. Todays post is little more personal than usually, because I have something going on I want to share with you :) A month ago I mentioned that I have one Big Project that deserves an extra post and today I’m happy to reveal that this Big Project is a little baby boy who is expected to arrive in the second half of May :) So only with a month to go I have been super-busy arranging things and completing things from my Things-to-do-before-the-baby list (and believe me, this list is really-really long… ) and it’s the reason why there haven’t been so many new posts lately. So now you know (even if some of you already knew through “personal communications”) :)
P.S. These two rolls of yarn are still waiting to be transformed into something beautiful… I’ll take some time for that. Soon :)
I saw that home over The Design Files some days ago and I liked it from the very first picture: it’s light, it’s modern+vintage finds, it’s simple and natural and it has many beautiful home accessories and knick knacks. I especially love the “Disc pendant” by Toss B hanging over the dining table – so simple yet so impressive!
This renovated 1970’s timber home belongs to Simone Haag and Rhys Haag, who turned an out-dated and dark house into a Scandi-styled perfection just in 3 months. It’s hard to believe it – it could easily take an entire month for me just to choose the right dining table for my home! ;)
Just a random selection of inspiring photos for all of you who have come here for some eye candy! I’m really happy that you had time to visit :)
This first photo from Elisabeth Heier’s blog is a perfect starter for a weekend – lazy Saturday and Sunday mornings with good coffee and plenty of time for reading magazines, books or favorite blogs… I hope you all have those moments :)
And this last photo is dedicated for all of you longing for spring…
Some random favorites of late for this Monday. Again muted colors, I know, just can’t help it :) The bedroom on the last image is especially gorgeous – the light coming from windows, colors and the beige textured rug.
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…
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