When I saw this home my heart skipped a bit, it was a feeling one has when seeing ‘the one’, whether person, home, couch or things like that. It’s light, cozy, modern yet vintage and it has lots and lots of adorable colors and patterns. It felt like the one for me, because I could easily see myself living there, cooking in a mint kitchen, seating on coral vintage dining chairs or just hanging out in a living room with an awesome rug! What’s your say: yay or nay for vintage homes?
Happy Saturday, friends! Are you enjoying the weekend? If you’re not yet, I’ll be putting you in the right mode by inviting you to a Swedish home filled with bright colors and fresh blooms. It’s a magic place that feels like a real home – inviting, cheery and well, happy! I wish all the homes would look like that, the world would definitely be a better place!
Hello, darlings! First of all I would like to THANK you all for the sweetest comments on yesterday’s post! You make me the happiest and I appreciate your support to no end! :)
Secondly, I have to confess something – I have a dream and that is to be a fashion illustrator. I love illustrations that capture the sensuality of fashion, that perfectly show off stunning details and stylish personalities. In addition, fashion illustrators are always looking hot and they live in gorgeous apartments – sign me up for both! That’s exactly the story of Dallas Shaw – young, talented, stylish AND with a killer home – stylish perfection all around.
Hello, lovelies! Just as I said, I’m back with a dose of apology for not posting such a long time – it was a break I needed. I hope you’re enjoying this gorgeous spring weather (have I mentioned spring is my favorite time of the year?). Anyway, I’m feeling rested right now, very peaceful inside and out, which is a blissful feeling (trying to keep it for as long as I can!), that’s why today’s post is a home tour to show off exactly the serenity I’m filled with.
I just came across a happy home indeed. With many colors and bright blooms I can’t decide whether I like more the bold blue of a wall or the hot pink stools. Oh and there are also the red hanging bulbs in the bathroom – can it get better than that? Check it out:
It’s always great to see how people around the world decorate their homes. To see different designs, aesthetics and just what people feel comfortable with knowing they’re miles away is a huge gift we’re given these days thanks to the almighty internet. That’s why today we’re traveling to Belgium, to the home of Melanie – the owner of Simple Kids, a shop about children’s clothing (by the way adorable!). Melanie lives in Belgium with her two daughters and her home is simple, stylish, clean and very inviting. We can’t resist taking a peek at it, can we?
Have you ever thought whether you’d be able to live a country life in a country cottage with a rusted iron bed, washed off cabinets and lots of romantic details like fresh flowers, a fireplace etc.? It sure sounds tempting and I believe I would like such a home for a winter getaway – I’m too urban-oriented to permanently live in such a home. It’s always inspiring to look at this though, very shabby chic meets rustic, right?
What do you say?
It’s been a long time since I’ve been so in love with a traditional home, but traditional to its core! In fact, I’m not sure I have ever truly loved traditionalism in a home, but I guess we all change, so this could be anticipated. Anyway, the home of a family of four never looked more comfortable, elegant and soothing at the same time. The elegant details give the feel of majestic, but livable without making the home feel like a museum (right up my alley). Oh, did I mention that certain rooms (like daughter’s room and a reading nook) do have a pop of color looking pretty modern. Impressive is how the designer Amy Morris managed to make it all together work perfectly – that’s real talent, guys! Take a look:
Do you want to see the chicest apartment/office space? Then you’re in for a treat, because I’m about to share with you one glamorous, sophisticated, a bit classy, all in all chic space that I simply got in love with and I literally gasped when I saw the first photo of it. Turns out the space belongs to Lee Kleinhelter, the founder of Pieces, take a look:
Happy Monday! For today I have prepared a home tour which shows off European chicness at its best. We all know that European homes are different than American or any other ones due to the influence of the culture, history and people’s personalities. So what you know as traditional American will be so different here in Europe and that’s the charm and advantage of living here – I get to see the European gorgeousness with my own eyes and believe it, this is priceless!