It’s not common (and often) that we see pallets in interiors which is unclear to me because their look is so versatile and cool! I love about pallets the fact that they work so good in rustic settings as well as industrial, traditional or any other – a pallet just adds an unexpected touch to a room, in a good way – whether by giving an inviting rustic look or softening the rough industrial-ness of a space. While browsing for inspiration, I came across lots of pallet beds, but I did manage to find coffee tables, headboards and other stuff, which proves my idea – pallets can be used everywhere!
Would you use these two in your home, together? I’m not a big fan of concrete when it comes to living spaces, the coldness of this material makes me shiver when only thinking about it. Of course, the wood warms things up a bit yet I still feel I wouldn’t put concrete floors in my home (plus who needs so much gray color?). I do like how concrete and wood look though – one has to be real bold to have the combo in his home.
So we’re back again – hello, Monday! As much as I wish the weekend would last longer, I’m well aware this won’t happen (not this week, at least – might happen next week as I’m having my vacation!). To kick off this week I decided write about something that will brighten my days a bit (with all the rain we’ve had for the past 10 days), so some breezy baby blue will do the trick. Even more when this color is perfectly (and unexpectedly) stylized with wood and some pretty vintage details. And what can be better than vintage, right?
I need to confess to you one thing: as measureless as my design visions can be, it’s not often that I’m totally blown away by rooms, design ideas and trends etc. (I know – hard to believe, I’m always all about ‘ohh’ and ‘ahh’ when it comes to a pretty space). Yet again, many rooms feel stunning at first sight, but after throwing a few more looks at them, they just don’t feel like fitting your style, life or aesthetics and they seem to blend into this immense world of museum-like rooms, where you don’t see yourself living, cooking, playing with your kids or lounging on the couch. You know what I mean?
I definitely have these moments. I was feeling this way about bringing wood indoors (and I mean the large pieces of it, seen in ceiling beams, walls, floors and just an overall wooden construction). It wasn’t my style. Now it is, blame it on the snowy, cold weather. I’m very attracted by wooden rooms, particularly bedrooms, they remind me so much about skiing cabins, where the fireplace and fur throws are rocking the world, making it all so cozy and warm. I mean, wouldn’t you LOVE to spend your winter holidays in a bedroom like this?
Hello, everyone! It’s Monday and it’s 1st of November, which means a new start of the week AND of the month! Can you believe it’s already November? So, the traditional Serbian Monday is off today (the article about another Serbian artist is postponed until next week due to a few complications), so I have for you today a delightful home tour. You saw that lately I’ve been very enamored with the warmth of a wooden home, paired with crispy white walls and bright popping details everywhere, so this home in Southern Spain is my dream home, people! The very first second I saw it, it took my breath away and just made my heart skip a beat! The home brings warmth, a home-y atmosphere and the perfect feeling for a happy life! The thrifted vintage accessories add a bohemian touch, to only increase the level of charm! Here are some pictures:
It isn’t that complicated mathematical relation here, I’m just writing about a Serbian studio Otklon which designs and creates furniture, accessories, lighting and more. And the most important is that everything is handmade and you can see through the work some great artists and just wonderful persons who are devoted to what they’re doing: creating and bringing joy to customers. The studio was a part of lots of exhibitions ever since 2008. I really hope they will organize more exhibitions so I can go and see them, I’d be so happy!