This lovely apartment looks spacious but this two room home in Gothenburg, Sweden, measures only 50m2. I love how limited space is used and the decoration is just beautiful. Is this your dream home? Lucky you: it is for sale!
(images Jonas Berg for Stadshem / via Landinskan and Emmas Designblogg)
Today a stylish outfit for a beautiful summer evening!
1. antiqued bronze bar-chain necklace by Pamela Love;
2. leather and earthy beads wrap bracelet;
3. stylish maxi dress with beautiful kimono sleeves;
4. soft jersey hobo bag with fringes;
5. teardrop earrings with glimmering beads;
6. stunning sandals from Rebecca Minkoff.
An old crumbling industrial building has been transformed into a modern and spacious home in Berlin, Germany. The owners had the almost impossible dream of of finding a haven in the middle of the city: a bright and spacious house with a garden for the children play in. Thanks to Miethe + Quehl, the architectural firm that is responsible for the renovation of the factory building, they succeeded in realizing this dream. The owners’ Scandinavian roots are reflected in the interior design. Various Scandinavian design classics can be found in the light and spacious rooms.
(images via Nuevo Estilo)
Some pale pink eye candy. Have a lovely day everyone!
(image source: 1. Stadshem, 2. sunlitwaterscape, 3. Visje bij de thee, 4. Karina Manarin, 5. BoligLiv)
These lovely Ibiza poufs are almost sold out. The last ones are now available with a discount. I could not resist keeping a large pouf and some smaller ones for myself.. These images here are all shot in my home.
(images by the style files)
I am looking for a white armchair for my son’s bedroom that I’m redecorating. I love the Gost armchair (top image) designed by Paola Navone for Gervasoni. It has been on my wish list for a long time. But this chair comes with a price tag (around 2000 EUR). An alternative is the chair featured in the image below, which is the Ektorp chair from IKEA (199 EUR). Not as beautiful but a hell of a lot cheaper..
(image source: 1. Romain Ricard, 2. Frufly)
I was preparing this post and suddenly I remembered that I had already featured this gorgeous summer home in South Africa. But as many of you might not have seen it before (plus I have added new images), here it is again! There might be more duplicate posts after 7 years of (almost) daily blogging… This laid-back wood-clad bungalow on Cape Town’s Bakoven beach oozes seaside style. The lucky owners are Cathy, Mike and their three children. A lover of bargain finds, the resourceful Cathy did the interiors herself. ‘A well-known interior designer once came up from the beach and had a look, and his advice has always stuck with me – he said that the painting was outside the window and that whatever happened inside shouldn’t compete with it,’ she recalls.
(images by Micky Hoyle via House & Leisure)
Some favorite things that I found this week in off white and beige.
(image source: 1. Neutra, 2. Toast, 3. Joe Coca, 4. Totokaello, 5. Maryam Nassir Zadeh, 6. Jasmine Crystal)
This stunning beach house in Punta del Este, Uruguay, is designed by Martín Gómez Arquitectos. It is built with nature in mind. The building itself is simple but it has all to enjoy life to the fullest. I wouldn’t mind spending some time here..
(image source: Martín Gómez Arquitectos, via Desire to Inspire)
A mix of raw and finished materials add textural interest to the interior of this modern home in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. In the open-plan dining area (image above) a graphic circle adds drama to the otherwse undecorated plasterboard. Splashed of red and orange give some colors to the sober color scheme. Personally the colors are a bit too dark for me. Living in The Netherlands I know it can rain quite often and days can be dark and short, that’s why I prefer lighter colors which add light to a space. What do you think?
(images by Nathalie Krag, via Homelife)