This lovely apartment in Lyon, France, only measures 35m2 but it still manages to look light and cozy. The decor has been designed by French studio and shop Maison Hand. Walls and floors have been kept white to create a spacious effect and the apartment is filled with furniture and accessories made from natural materials such as rattan and wood.
This beautiful renovated farmhouse, located in North Zealand (Denmark), belongs to goldsmith and designer Marie Von Lotzbeck and her photographer husband Jacob Kirk. They have a minimalistic approach when it comes to decorating. A sober and simple color scheme has been used, together with a mixture of materials. Jacob has built the dining table as well as the large white book case (fourth image). A lot of recycled materials have been used. The glass and metal doors for example come from an old factory. The beautiful painting in the first photo is from Julie von Lotzbeck.
Today some random things that found online which I liked. There is no connection between the photos but I tried to make a selection of images that works well together. You can find the source at the end of this post. I hope you enjoy this selection!
Such a great, and not too difficult, DIY project! These DIY wooden polaroids are simple and inexpensive. You can personalize them by making them into magnets, writing a note at the bottom, or just filling them with your favorite memories. Don’t they make a perfect gift?! You can find instructions here at Sugar & Cloth.
So beautiful! A street in Paris (Rue de Mail) is decorated with linen lamp shades to create an illuminated archway. Initiated by Club Masters of Linen in partnership with 29 ‘Editeurs’ and Paris Deco Off.
Today’s weekend escape brings us to Formentera, a small island part of the Spanish Balearic Islands. I have been to this island a few timeS and it is beautiful. Its quiet and relaxed ambience make Formentera the perfect destination for beach lovers and for those seeking peace and quietness. This rustic house has an earthy feel and its architecture is typical for the Balearics. Life here is simple yet beautiful!
This cozy apartment is located in an old post office in in Frederiksberg, Copenhagen (Denmark). The two floor apartment certainly has a Scandinavian vibe but there are also French influences which makes sense as one half of the couple living here is French. The large table in the top images was bought in an antique shop. The lamp above the table is made of organic yarn and was purchased from French label Nonjetable.