This bright and airy apartment in Sydney, Australia, has a beautiful subtle color palette. I love that there is a touch of green in every space. Owner Elli and Cameron have decorated the place with such a meticulous attention to detail, sourcing a lovely collection of vintage and contemporary furniture, light fittings and other details. Both Elli and Cameron are art lovers and they have lots of art and special objects that they want to display without crossing the fine line into ‘clutter’.
This cosy home of Piet and Otti in The Netherlands was once in ruins when they bought it. The almost 100 year old building was neglected and lacked character as all authentic elements were removed. But the couple noticed the potential and decided to drastically renovate the apartment. Only the façade remained in tact, everything else was demolished. It was a hell of a job but the result is warm and cozy family home.
I am loving this bright & happy Californian home belonging to interior designer Megan Martinez. Her bohemian style home is decorated in eclectic mix of styles. White walls and a wooden floor create a neutral base while colorful furniture, art works and accessories bring pops of color in the various rooms. On Megan’s blog Boho Beach Bungalow you can seen more of her beautiful home. That gorgeous rattan bed by the way is from Anthropologie and is available this weekend with a 30% Black Friday discount (code LETSGO).
It’s Black Friday and Anthropologie is offering a 30% discount with code LETSGO. Anthropology has a beautiful collection of fashion and items for your home. I especially love their cushions and throws. They also have a great Christmas section this year. Above and below you can find some of my favorite items. Top image: hand-made throw. At the end of this post you can find an overview of the best Black Friday & Cyber Monday deals.
Another gorgeous country kitchen today! This simple shaker style kitchen from deVol kitchens is tucked away in the Leicestershire countryside (United Kingdom), yet the ambience and the interiors almost feels as if you were in rural France. The kitchen layout is very minimal, just eight Shaker base cupboards, no wall cupboards or shelves and a clever mix of old and new fittings and furniture throughout the room. The open base cupboards are big and deep and hold all the pots and pans in one easy to access spot and best of all, the beautiful copper kitchenware literally shines out from the dark.