A beautiful plant is like having a friend around the house. – Beth Ditto
I love the idea of using a bench in the dining room. It’s as if you are always having a picnic – without leaving the comforts of home.
If there’s one thing that I like about Scandinavian decor in children’s bedrooms, it’s that it allows the room to grow with the child. The Scandinavian style gives the room a playful and fun atmosphere that isn’t limited to a very young age group. You can work around a theme yet it’s easy to add and remove pieces over time because of the bright, neutral template. Princess, nature lover, or traveler? Show your kid’s personality with these designs created by H&M Home Kids. Let the adventure begins!
Hello, everyone! How was your weekend? My project is still eating up much of my time but I’m hoping that things will get less crazy by the end of the month. I can’t wait to finish it so that I can share it with you. In the meantime, I bring you these inspiration photos that I found on Pinterest. Have a nice day!
My ideal house would have only a small area each for the living room, kitchen, dining room, bedroom, toilet and bath, and home office. But it would have a HUGE storage room for the
clothes things that I hoard collect. Does this make sense? Anyway, if you’re like me who isn’t into big spaces and if you like light-colored wood, you might find inspiration for your home in the photos below. Happy weekend!
Because every week should start with good vibes, I’m sharing with you these fun photos from Finnish brand Marimekko . According to its creative director, Marimekko’s designs showcase a whole range of emotions – joy, relaxed, energetic, even silent and brooding – that are combined in interesting, surprising ways. In short, the goal is to integrate contradictory feelings in each concept. Mission accomplished, designers. I look at these pictures, and I feel calm and bubbly at the same time. How is that possible? Only the Marimekko squad knows.
Images of Scandinavian interiors are all over the internet these days. Who would’t fall for the minimalism and functionality behind the style? It has a distinct flavor that is somehow difficult to explain: modern with a tinge of shabby chic, urban that’s a teeny bit rustic. What I like best about Scandinavian design is the abundant use of white. It brings so much light and space into the room. And yes, even office interiors can benefit from it.