Happy Monday! You guys, I came across the most stunning bedroom ever! And the funny thing is that the space is as simple as it can be yet attractive and so cozy. The bedroom is white, with black accent details (like a stunning geometrical pattern on a wall) and the cutest nursery corner ever! Pure Scandinavian gem and I couldn’t help but share it with you. But yes, the striking part was the pattern on the wall that can be an easy DIY project with a huge impact on a room (I think I like it even more than regular wall art).
Have you heard of the new guy (read store) in town called OYOY? It’s another Danish gorgeous place packed with lovely things for your home, all with a Scandinavian touch and who doesn’t love a good dose of Scandi design in his home (clearly not me!). OYOY launched just recently, but it already got lots of praise in blogland so I thought I just might join the fan club and express how in love I am with their stuff :). From geometric to confetti pattern to pretty colors – OYOY is a must-see! I highlighted some fave items that are landing right on my wish list :).What on your wishlist?
P.S. On a more personal note, today is my 3rd wedding anniversary and I just wanted to once again say out loud how much I love my husband and how happy I am to be his wife! I can’t wait for our baby to be born in 6 weeks (updates on my belly on my Instagram, if you’d like to see :D), so we can complete our family and enjoy ourselves to the fullest! Love you, T!
…with a touch of soft mint! I’m totally obsessed with the cabinet which is as vintage and as gorgeous as you can imagine! Add a few vintage stools and you get the perfect kitchen which is both inviting and cool. Open shelving, industrial old lighting – the moment when a picture is worth a thousand words :)
I’m loving the overall look of this kitchen – right up my alley!
*images via here
Since last year I also posted about a Scandinavian Christmas I thought I would make of it a tradition and bring a bit of Scandinavian in your life every year. This year is a bunch of pictures to inspire you to have your own Scandinavian inspired Christmas, no matter where you are. I know I’d LOVE this year the Scandinavian Christmas tree, which is so much different than trees you can see in the States or Europe: with few decorations, with twinkle lights, in a bucket – these are the main details a Scandinavian Christmas tree shows off. Oh and don’t forget about the (faux) fur – it’s quite an important part of a Scandi inspired home decor (and not only for Christmas), right?
Ever wanted to have a touch of extravaganza in your home? Perhaps a Mexican kilt to spice up your bedroom? Or an Arabian pillow or two, that will change your living room to core transforming it into a tale? Then a Juju hat is exactly what you need! I know this sounds very commercially, but believe me I’m just trying to suggest a way to freshen up your home without spending a fortune. A juju hat will make your living space look different, unique and not last, so much fun (if you have it in a bright, cheery color). Here are a few examples:
Hi all and happy Friday! Sorry for posting so late today, you know – busy Friday :). And while I was thinking what to post to make you happy I figured I would put together a few things we all love – vintage kitchenware, Etsy, good product photography and not least – owls! You do love them, right? Just recently I felt a huge and warm love for the pretty creatures (that I once considered frightening) and well, I found a shop that has it all: The gingham owl! That place is to die for! Not only the vintage items are swoon-worthy, but also on every picture you can see a different owl, not on sale – simply because they’re pretty cool:
Happy weekend, my loves! It has been a tough week for all of us as we suffered along all the people in Japan who fight for their survival these days. And even though it’s painful we must move on and focus on all the good things that are ahead of us. I thought this post might be helpful as my experience shows that we all love to indulge ourselves in dreaming about pretty places and inspiring interiors. I speak today about country chicness, mixed styles (where wood meets crystal chandeliers) and I truly believe this post will be after your own heart.
Hi everyone. Today I’d like to introduce you to a Scandinavian photographer and blogger who’ll keep you breathless the time you check the blog. Wanna know who is it? It’s Anna Leena, author behind Anna Leena’s home. Needless to remind you how enamored I am with Scandinavian style, so Anna Leena’s blog is a real treasure that I highly recommend checking! Her pictures are incredibly inspiring and her home looks absolutely fabulous! If you’d like to see home tours, hop on her blog. Here are a few photos to give you an idea of the gorgeousness you’ll find on Anna Leena’s blog.
I know that the title might be a bit confusing, but you’ll understand what I meant. Seems to me that industrial oriented designs will never fade, there’ll always be someone who’ll dig metal coffee tables and lamps, worn off storage drawers and things like this which are absolutely charming, in my opinion. Even more when you go with vintage thrifted furniture and accessories – that’s a bomb of a combination. However, I’m thinking that perhaps a few feminine details won’t hurt? Something like a caramel sofa or a cozy blanket. Well, the possibilities are unlimited and it’s just up to you how to decorate your home. Here’s a picture which inspired me to no end! I bet you’ll understand why :)
Today I found myself dreaming about bold colors, florals and geometric patterns. On a dreary day like today that can be the only thing to save me, you know? I’m really looking forward to spring and summer, when I’ll finally be able to pull out all my colorful dresses and colorful accessories. Ah dreams! But we’re almost there, so hold on a little more, that is if you’re like me. These pictures where fashion inspires interior design (or vice-versa, why not) are the perfect image of how I would like my life to be, at least for one day. Bohemian and charming – when freedom is all you have and the sky is your limit :).