This small cottage measures only 39m2 but the cosiness makes up for the lack of space. In this tranquil place the owners can escape from their busy lives and daily worries. Going to the beach, cooking in the outdoor kitchen … life here is simple but good!
Cactuses and cactus prints are hot this summer! I have been seeing cactuses everywhere lately. Not only as plants (low maintenance!) but also on posters, bags, as vases, wallpaper etc. Today some example on how to bring cactus plants and cactus prints in your home.
This is the Tunisian summer home of French fashion designer Manon Martin. It is here where Manon escapes to when she needs inspiration, which she finds in the light, warmth, the smell of the spices in the souks and the old crafts of Tunis. I love the combination of modern clean lines and the use of natural materials in her home.
Loving this cute little cactus vase! I just purchased the mint green one from Etsy seller Oli’s cupboard. She mainly focusses on handmade original ceramics, mostly thrown on the wheel, but at the same time Oli (who is from the Czech Republic) is also trying to make new playful objects. She experiments with different glazes and new technology and materials. Inspiration comes from her Grandma’s cupboard and her country house loft space.
This lovely cottage in Gothenburg, Sweden, belongs to Elin Lannsjö. Her little home functions as an extension to her city apartment, especially in summer. Elin is a talented, self-taught potter and most of the plates and cups you see in her home are made by herself. Elin doesn’t not have a specific decorating style but relies on a feeling of joy that arises when she sees something that appeals to her. Sustainable living materials such as wood, stone, ceramic, natural colors, handmade things and flowers & plants can be found in this cosy home. You can see the entire article with more photos and information here on Lovely Life.
Newly built houses can often lack character but vintage furniture and accessories give this Dutch family home atmosphere and a bohemian flair. Owner Nelleke discovered most of her vintage pieces online or on flea markets. In her home you can find vintage kilim rugs and cushions from Turkey, vintage rattan chairs and copper pendants hand made in Egypt. Are you looking for similar vintage rugs? You can now shop a beautiful vintage kilim rug from Le Souk with a 40% discount. Enter discount code SUMMER during the checkout process and you will get 40% off. This offer is only valid today!