OK, I had more. Once I’m on it – I can’t stop!
I’m loving this style: Countryish and granny-esque in city surroundings. The unexpected inside of the outside – that always wins. Now imagine this a NYC flat, not a countryside hose (I named it countryside trendification some time ago – a cool thing). It surely is a thin line between oldish boring and eclectic cool – definitely - but it is at the same time totally easy to determine. In this case – above – the cute-ish wallpapers have made company with trendy paintings and cushions. A great mix. Also liking that the chandelier lacks candles. But I would push it one step further and mix the chairs (odd chair mix), that would complete it…! Very homely and nice. Pic via hus & hem.
Nextly, this bedroom decor is simple yet interesting. That oval painting sets the scene together with the tea pot, and harmony comes with all else in blue+wood/rusty colour. I’m liking the laidbackness. I could stay here many nights sipping tea reading ‘whodunit’s’. Pic via vt wonen.
Lastly for today, I find this an extraordinary great example of a kids room decor. Not childish/foolish, but still exciting and interesting for a kid (via elle decor). The orphan bed (!) is cool and so is the reindeer, the globetrotterish – and educational - map, the bothanical wall art and hey, have a look at the trendy patterened floor… It’s time to renew that old floor now! (unless it’s wood of course, I’d never change wood for tiles or plastic/tiles). Patterned floors, floors, floors - or rugs, rugs rugs, – that’s the buzz for aw2013/14.