Happy Easter everyone! I hope you all have a wonderful weekend. We always put a lot of effort into decorating the Easter breakfast table. I will certainly be making these bunny ear napkins that I found on My Scandinavian Home. You can find instructions here.
I recently changed the look of our bedroom. My aim was to get a warmer atmosphere by introducing shades of beige and brown. I also wanted to create a cosy corner with a comfy chair where I could read or work with my laptop (in case there is too much noise of playing kids downstairs ). Key words for the
This pre-war loft in TriBeCa, New York, hadn’t been touched for more than 50 years. But for Soren Rose Studio, it featured the most important quality: plenty of natural light. With windows on three sides and an enormous skylight, it was a very rare find in New York City. Converting the worn-down studio space to a suitable apartment for a
One of the easiest ways to change the look of your bedroom is by getting new bedlinen. For our bedroom I wanted to create a warmer atmosphere. Because of the many windows our bedroom is filled with light which can be a bit harsh, especially when combined with white walls and ceiling. Warm tones such as beige, caramel, cinnamon and
I have created a fresh new look for our bedroom. A post about the new design with details and images will be up next week but today I show you the moodboard that I have made during the process of choosing colors, fabrics and accessories. The bedlinnen that I selected is from By Molle (they have the most beautiful colors).
I absolutely love Madewell’s spring collection with all the rainbows and stripes. In my closet are the rainbow stripe cape scarf (featured above), the rainbow butterfly top and that beautiful tote with rainbow striped strap. But there are more items on my wishlist! Above: rainbow stripe cape scarf.
The Riverside House is a beautiful B&B (perfect for group getaways and events) in the stunning countryside of Normandy (France). The hidden estate has breathtaking views of a centennial tree-lined garden and the Seine river. Set on the edge of a classic village in Normandy, it is ideally located 100km from Paris. Entirely renovated with refined materials, the landmark 19th
Anthropologie now has a great offer: you receive 20 – 25% on their home collection. I have collected some of my favorite items for this post. Above: 1. rattan chair | 2. handwoven rug made of wool | 3. candle | 4. woven Tacha rug | 5. pillow | 6. woven elephant head | 7. embroidered duvet cover | 8.
Greg Dutton (architect & principal at award-winning architecture and interior design studio Midland Architecture) constructed this off-grid cabin together with his brother Chris along with a group of family and friends. The 600 square foot retreat, located on his family’s property in rural Ohio, is sustainable and in sync with the surrounding environment. The design was inspired by Scandinavian design