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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 … Continue reading →
Today is all about light fixtures, in all shapes and sizes made of various materials such as concrete, wood and brass.
This whitewashed hillside country cottage on the Costa Brava in Spain belongs to Catalan artist and color forecaster Pepa Poch.
Today is the first day of Spring and I am getting in the mood for sunny weather. I am loving these shades of pink for summer.
Last week we enjoyed a few days of beautiful spring weather. Although it was short (now we are having lots of rain and strong winds) it inspired me to search for dreamy summer homes and create this post.
When you think of a Swedish home you almost automatically assume that it has a lot white, monotone colors and Scandinavian design furniture pieces.
Eco resort Whitepod offers the ultimate mountain escape, bringing together the concepts of ecotourism and luxury.
Give you bedroom an industrial touch with this leather headboard by Danish design studio BY THORNAM. The headboard is made in the finest handpicked aniline leather.
This one-bedroom apartment in Gothenburg, Sweden, is a great example that you can turn a small space into a cosy home.
I am missing the cozy winter cabin in which we stayed during our holiday Lapland (Finland) last week.
I just came back from an amazing trip to Lapland (in Finland) which explains the lack of posts. I am busy sorting out all the photos I took but when this is done I will be featuring some here.
My go-to shop for basic items is Everlane as I love their basic elegant and casual fashion. Their style is a cross between Scandinavian simplicity and French chic.
Today some midcentury design inspiration! Finn Juhl is one of the most celebrated mid 20th century Danish and this is his home in Ordrup, just outside Copenhagen in Denmark.
I love nurseries and children’s room decorated with natural materials. Wood and rattan combined with neutral colors such as (off) white, brown and grey create a warm and serene atmosphere.
I love the use of tiles in the kitchen and bathroom in this home designed by Brooklyn/Miami based interior designer Jennifer Bunsa.
This small summer house in the Pyrenees in Spain is designed as mountain shelter: a home of just a few meters, low technology and built with a limited palette of materials.
With the beautiful tiles from Smink Things you can mix and match tiles to create your own composition or choose just one tile design to create a repeat design.
The wooden elements give a warm contrast to the white floor, walls and ceiling in this home in The Netherlands.
Today some more of my favourite Etsy finds. Above: woven wall hanging | wall sconce | wool winter gloves (handmade) | Japanese clay cup.
This giant arm knit bunny is soooo cute! You can buy a kit that includes everything you need to make one large bunny (except for the stuffing) or you can buy only the pattern.