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  • TOUR AROUND MY HOME: THE MASTER BEDROOM

    Today we continue the tour around my home with the master bedroom. We have kept the room basic and light with warm materials & textures such as wood and wool. The prints on the antique blanket box in the second images are from Marjon Hoogervorst (left print) and Therese Sennerholt (right print). The woolen bedspread with pompoms, the copper pendant

  • TOUR AROUND MY HOME: THE KITCHEN

    In today’s tour around my home I’m showing you our kitchen. We have an open plan kitchen, dining area and living room which works out great for us. The kitchen cabinets are basic white with a grey stone counter top. I have added wooden accessories such as the mortars and bread boards to add warmth. You can see more of

  • TOUR AROUND MY HOME: THE GARDEN

    Last time I showed you our bathroom and I promised that the next ‘tour’ would show the living room but as we are having beautiful sunny weather in this part of the world I think it is more suitable to show our garden first. Above you see the back of our home where we have a wooden terrace overlooking water

  • A SNEAK PEEK OF MY HOME

    Finally I will be showing you our home (+ garden)!. In September I will start a series of around six blog posts in which I will take you through our entire home. Here is a sneak peek of our living room. I am very exited with the stunning photos shot by the talented Paulina Arcklin. I can’t wait to show

  • teapot in my home

    Two weeks ago I wrote about the copper teapot that I had finally found. Some of you wanted to see where the teapot ended up in my home. So here is a photo of the teapot on my kitchen table. The beautiful still-life cards are from simply photo, the turquoise ceramic bowl and the teapot are from Le Souk.

  • AN OLD ARMY GARAGE TURNED INTO A SUMMER HOME

    A former military garage located on the small island of Furillen on the east coast of Gotland, Sweden, wasn’t exactly dream house material. However, a Swedish family living in Stockholm that were looking for a holiday home to spend their summers recognized the potential. Especially the proximity to the Baltic sea was a decisive factor. They extensively renovated the abandoned