This lovely home in Copenhagen, Denmark, is filled with beautiful art. No wonder as the owner Christina is an artist. The 100m2 apartment is light with white walls and a light colored wooden floor. Accessories and furniture pieces give color and warmth to the space. The combination of pink and purple hues is perfect. But it is the collection of abstract paintings that gives character to this beautiful home.
Stylish kids store Smallable, one of my beloved sponsors, is celebrating it’s 5th birthday this week. To celebrate this they offer daily giveaways, gifts and discount codes. You can read more about this on their website. The discounts are valid until 20 September so hurry up – it is a great chance to get stylish new winter gear for your kids. They also have a wonderful selection of toys (so you also do your holiday shopping in time!). Congratulations Smallable with your 5th anniversary!
I just came back from a lovely holiday in France. Arriving back home in wet and gloomy weather I realized that summer is definitely over. But I am not complaining as we have had a wonderful summer. Besides, I do enjoy those cozy autumn/winter nights, drinking wine or tea close to our fire place. I still have a few beautiful summer houses to share but we start the week with some shades of grey.
Remember this post? I can’t belief that already three years has gone by, time flies! Our sweet little boy has turned three a few days ago. That helpless little baby is now a big boy with with a mind of his own and lots of willpower. The Early Rider learner bike that we gave him for his birthday was a big hit! Not only is the wooden bike very stylish (I love the leather saddle!) but the bike is perfect for developing balancing skills. Happy birthday Kick!!
This charming beachside holiday cottage is located on the West coast of South Africa. It is the ultimate get away get-away-from-it-all retreat as the nearest shop is 40km away. The cottage is green: rainwater is captured and electricity comes from solar power. The home is built from reclaimed and natural materials and many of the pieces that were selected for the interior were salvaged from roadsides or from Cape Town junk shops.
It is September and autumn is about to start. Days can still be warm enough to enjoy some outdoor time on a verandah, with or without a cozy cardigan. Indoors the fire place can be lit again, to be enjoyed with a nice glass of red port. To get in Fall mood, today some autumn inspired images.
This stunning and romantic country home in Tasmania, Australia has some lovely features. The kitchen benchtop for example is made from Tasmanian oak and the cabinets are painted with old paint that owner Edwina found in the shed. Antique French doors (last image) form the main entrance to the house. And beach combing finds serve as accessories (third image).