It’s been a while since I saw a home this dreamy, filled with so much light, natural beauty and warm accessories! It’s no joke, this cottage might be my favorite home tour by far and the words “I would move there right away” do no justice to how amazed I really am by the inviting look of each room. The 19th century house is meant to look modern, however it still looks to me very vintage and its rustic feel adds even more charm to the entire thing. I’m in love and have no more to add.
If you ask me, I will say that concrete walls combined with a fun color is the most unexpected way to decorate a space. I mean we all think of cold gray when speaking about concrete and it’s absolutely justified, so the fact of adding a bright shade to spice things up sounds like an easy, but ‘life-changing’ step in order to break the dullness of a room that has concrete walls, don’t you think? Whether you choose a warm pastel color to soften the look or a screaming bold one to put the focus on it, the result is anyway sure to be phenomenal!
Have you, guys, seen the new gorgeous magazine wedding related – Lovely wedding magazine (which happens to be the little sister of the Aussie Adore Home mag)? It’s indeed lovely, with plenty of beautiful ideas and dreamy pictures. The magazine is the perfect inspiration for future brides and grooms and although I’m already married it’s so amazing to just look at magazines like this one and enjoy other people’s magic day :)
…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
Although I expressed my obsession with lavender many times, I’ll dare to do it again – just because I think this post might be a great inspiration for all of you brides-to-be (or simply if you’d like to set up a romantic table for two). Hence the focus on the details of the tabletop. Needless to mention the whole wedding is gorgeous, but the lavender field had me at that purple divine color and I couldn’t resist sharing the fairy tale with you.
If you know me, you also know I’m in love with warm weather and summer days and I would gladly trade winter for another summer season :)! But we had so high temps this year that I can’t help myself but crave fall this season when speaking about fashion. I can’t wait to wear oversized sweaters, mustard color and nude coats – just the thought of it makes me feel so comfy right now! I’m not a fashion victim and it’s a known fact that coziness is the main factor to me when buying clothing, but hey – cozy outfits can be fashionable and here’s the proof:
Hi all! It’s Saturday and I couldn’t be more thrilled as I’m very tired lately and any spare moment of laziness sounds blissful to me :). Normally I’m always up to something, so this state of tiredness caused by the pregnancy falls hard on me – both mentally and physically. I’m having troubles accepting the fact that if I’m unable to run errands as I did before – it’s ok (and I should stop blaming myself for wanting to rest as much as possible). It’s a problem deep in my mind, so I have to work on that :). I’m starting today, with this post of a lazy weekend of doing nothing – just sleeping, going for long walks and eating yummy meals. Hope you have a good one :)
Yesterday while browsing some pins from around the world I came across a picture that had my attention for a few good minutes. Unfortunately I haven’t saved it, but believe me when I say it was a swoon-worthy living room and what caught my eye were the layered rugs on the floor. I loved it, because those mismatched rugs were such a perfect and unexpected detail to the room, adding some color, a patterned twist to the entire space making it feel warmer and cozier. At the same time I felt that as pretty as the look of patterned rugs might be, it’s also a bold move (at least it would be for me), so I thought I can ask you – do you love or hate the look of layered rugs?
Every once in a while I like to escape (at least with my mind) to an absolutely different environment, daydreaming about spending time on a lavender field, in a beach cottage or rustic romantic home. I guess the idea of a soft sunlight making its way through the light curtains of a living room decorated in a rustic style feels too attractive for this city girl who can’t imagine her days without constantly running around :). I found the perfect inspiration for all of you who feel the same, so let’s just run away for a few minutes to a gorgeous rustic home where serenity and romance is all you’ll see.