I never liked them. I never wanted them in my home. I always thought why on earth they have to look like something that belongs to a garage or a storage room. And the ones which actually looked pretty at that time were way over my budget. So I gave in because I couldn’t live without too. I did hide them in my bookshelf, surrounded by lovely beautiful books. Until…. the industry discovered the niche and I felt comfortable enough to expose what we call “loudspeakers”. … Loudspeakers
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?
Bedside tables are out. According to the most quoted interior designers, stylists and bloggers today the bedside chair is what you want right next to your bed. Take a chair either a stool with or without back, place a bedside lamp on it and arrange some good looking books on the seat – that’s about it. Not quite. My online research showed: the kind of chair and the kind of lamp are crucial. I imagine you don’t want to invest in a new bed when thinking about remodeling your bedside. Below you find some of my most favorite bedside chair stylings – hope you are inspired… … Bedside Chair
Marble. Old-fashioned or hip? I would definitely consider it when planning on renovating my kitchen – especially the white and grey versions of the natural stone. I love how clean and sophisticated the bright marble looks in combination with white and black decor elements. May all time favorite is the mix of marble with wooden kitchen utensil and accessorizes in all nuances of green… (I am totally into green lately). … Marble (kitchen)