Just a few spring fresh goodies I’ve bookmarked these last weeks. Above left gorgeous still life on retro drawer via solid frog, and right a flower bonanza via living etc. This pic below – via johanna’s vintage blog – represents, in my mind, stylish Swedish countryside living. A lovely mix.
Trends & Tricks
In the usual pastel palette of spring, I find sienna especially interesting this year! Shades ranging from rusty burnt-orange to warm taupe (left; via the very useful site who what wear) here together with a lovely sienna-ish wall, right, from the fresh new issue of Elle Decoration.
| via toast | Choosing a colour scheme is, I think, one of the key pursuits in decorating. This time a year, it’s all about those crispy fresh and joyful hues, bringing new life after the warming winter colours. I really like the subtle mix above, as well as the brighter hues below. | left [...]
| festive pompoms via vt wonen | | a crispy winter view from the lovely swedish blog jonna jinton | | loving this pic, via sf girl by bay | | an example of the gorgeous wood + copper/gold trend. Loving the scheme, via vt wonen | My warmest thanks to you all, including the [...]
None of you thought the post on spring trends 2013 came too early so I’m sure you won’t mind some Xmas spirit already! Loving this pic above from toast. Simple but smashing Christmas decor. The colours are marvellous, loving that blue! And would love to have that front door… For some reason I’m attracted to [...]
Sometimes, or quite often really, I dream of a house. A nice big house with at least 6 rooms. Perferably near a lake or the sea and with lots of trees and garden life around it. I love old Swedish houses! And I think this kind of decor style fits them gorgeously well…Some walls painted [...]
Just a quick note from a terribly busy Mia. Above could be The nicest real estate pic ever seen. As a photo of an apartment for sale – not a page in an interior design mag – it’s kind of groundbreaking. Great composition and gorgeous style! Homely, creative and top-trendey. Fantastic Frank is the phenomena [...]
Right now – is the time to derive inspiration from nature’s vibrant colours and bring it inside. Soon enough the leaves are falling and along comes a cold (but hopefully snowy white) winter. A muted yellow (almost mustard) wall, decorated with a mix of old mirrors is a great idea I think. With some nice [...]