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?