Sure. With a little more than one month to go until the festivities begin, I think it is absolutely appropriate to share some of my favorite Christmas decorations here on the blog. Broste Copenhagen, a Danish product designer, interpreted X-Mas exactly the way I would want to decorate my apartement… pure, reduced but nevertheless cosy and extremely authentic. What do you think? Happy pre-x-mas! … Is it yet time for some X-Mas inspiration?
I know I know I know… it is far too long since my last post. But hey, I got totally inspired by this beautiful Scandinavian apartment – especially because of the white subway tiles in the kitchen (big fan) and the black wooden floor. I am working on my “what-I-want-if-I-design-my-own-house”-list and the tiles will definitely be on it:) Happy mid-week! … Subway tiles & black floor
I love the fact that this kitchen is designed without any upper head cupboards. This makes it so light and spacious. And yes, I am totally into marble and can’t think of any other material for my future-dream-kitchen than this white shimmering stone… … Marble it is
65 square metre? It sure looks like a lot more. It is amazing how spacious and light flooded this apartment in Gothenburg looks in the photos. I am a huge fan of the white parquet and the concrete wall cover in the kitchen. Enjoy! … Arty Monochrome Scandinavian Home
Again. I found one of these gorgeous apartments I would like to move in right away. Although it is not yet entirely furnished and it still lacks of personality and individual style, I imagine how it would feel like living in after I have spent hours shopping for decor, fabrics, photographs, illustrations, tableware, books, and so on…. Happy almost weekend! … Black framed Windows
No words needed. Please see for yourself. Among the most stylish lofts I have spotted in the last year. Bags and boxes are packed, relocation firm is awaiting me! No just kidding… unfortunately the loft is already taken :(. … Black & White Scandinavian Loft