I like composing a collection of images that I found online that, although they are from different articles, posts or photographers, somehow combine really well together. Today’s images all have neutral tones and feature a similar modern rustic style. The photos could have been from the same home (but they are not).
(image source: 1. Toast, 2. Annaleena for Emmas Blogg, 3. Mesh Made, 4. Manolo Yllera, 5. Helt Enkelt, 6. StyleXclusief, 7. Trestjerner, 8. Guilherme Torres, 9. Casa Abril)
When the old farmhouse from Helena’s parents became for sale she and her husband Göran decided to buy this lovely home in Dalarna, Sweden. Helena grey up in the home that she now shares with her own family. Most of the furniture was found at flea markets and auctions. Materials and colors are mixed; soft natural tones are combined with a table made of Plexiglas and a steel chair for example. But all the different pieces together create an eclectic feeling.
This is the Copenhagen home of Tina Fussell aka Travelling Mama. Tina shares her beautiful home, which was recently featured in UK online magazine Heart Home, with her photographer husband and their three children. Tina and her family has lived in various countries (hence the name Travelling Mama) but since living in Denmark her style has become more Scandinavian. Some pink accessories give a feminine touch to the sleek Scandinavian style. You can see and meet Tina during the Meet the Blogger Amsterdam (30 September) where she will be hosting a workshop about how to be an encouraged Blogger.
I like outdoor baths and showers as I think they are the ultimate back-to-nature indulgence. Unfortunately with the Dutch climate (basically lots of rain with only a few days of real summer weather) having an outdoor bathroom would be a waste of money as we would never use. So this outdoor bathing inspiration post is for all of you (lucky ones) living warm climates. And for those who wants to keep dreaming..
(image source: 1. Toby Scott via The Design Files, 2. Blue Diamond Riviera Maya, 3. Bobedre, 4. Hus o Hem, 5. Olson Kundig Architects, 6. unknown, 7. Bontravel, 8. House & Leisure South Africa)
I’m loving this peasant style tunic with necklaces in various styles and lengths. Below you can find how you can create this perfect bohemian chic look.
1. beautiful cream tunic top with embroidery and tassels; 2. gold-plated chain necklace with flat-chain fringe; 3. eclectic necklace from knotted thread and graduated agate stones; 4. a hammered disc with cubic zirconias adds sparkle to a long Gorjana necklace; 5. a jagged agate arrowhead creates an eclectic accent on this long chain necklace; 6. necklace with a faceted labradorite stone, a cracked crystaland an etched disc.
Located in a remote environment in the province of Cáceres in Spain, the goal was to transform an abandoned stable into a family home by completely renovating it in a way that would be consistent and respectful with the environment. Problems relating to the electricity and water supply were solved through sustainability systems. The result is a beautifully renovated modern self sufficient energy home that still fits very well into the surrounding landscape.