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 […]
Speaking of wallpaper designs, this one named Wallpainting – in the collection Expressions by MrPerswall – I really like. Looks kind of perfect. And the dusty-pastel trend is as alive n kickin’ as ever this fall. A gorgeous scheme from toast‘s aw 2012 collection: Seems also, greys are. Especially monochrome, topped with wool & other […]
One of my favourite themes this season is the pale/soiled/dirty pastels. I.e. the main home decor trend this spring & summer, according to Formex. Pale pink & copper are best friends. If anything, these colour schemes are pretty. I’ll let this round speak for itself… | vt wonen | via pinterest | vt wonen | […]
In spring 2012′s colour scheme, faded pastels, beiges & greys are the main ingredients. Dark graphite grey provide the contrast. Add wood (preferably blonde) and glass or transparents. So says the trend oracles. Typically springish & nice! Above pic is a shoot of our dining area; pics below via sköna hem & skeppsholmen. Love this […]
The main (Swedish) home decor trend theme for next season (ss 2012) is pronounced: lightly soiled pastels against a base of bright, sandy beige and grey tones. Says who? Says Formex, the largest meeting place for nordic interior design. And even though they are not always right, in terms of actual impact in people’s homes […]
You do know Pippi Longstocking, don’t you? She’s that unconventional clever and creative gal whose red braids stand out straight and who lives in a house called Villa Villekulla. You can often see her wearing a short patchwork dress with oversized shoes and missmatched thigh-high stockings. She’s got lots of humour, the strength of ten […]