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 […]
Tonight I’m having lots of Hallelujah moments! I’m finding treasures, one after one. I can’t believe I’ve missed this wallpaper named Mixed Folk by Louise Body. It’s pure gorgeousness. I’m a huge fan of Moroccan tiles and the folksy vibe of these just thousandfold my love. A wallpaper with such a nostalgic, charmig, warming and […]
There’s really nothing overly special about this room (via estate agent esny). Yet it’s very nicely decorated I think. Or maybe undecorated, i.e. not decorated by the book but by heart. I love the little corner on the right hand side. The paintings above and around the door opening. The bushy plant in a bucket. […]
It’s time for another vitamin injection! Vivid turquoise in a nice colour mingle. Love the folklore portion & the homespun vibe. Great 70’s style mixin’! | via May issue of homes & antiques Have a great week! I’m looking into a fun one – off to London to see Henen! And hey, have a look […]
Global folklore, handicrafts, knitted decor – they are all part of one major interior trend this season. I think these images, from Country Home & Interiors (Nov 2010), have a fresh folksy feel. An inspiring merger. Stylewise it’s like a hybrid of country and folklore with a touch of light bohemian. Added a slight granny-wibe.
…is hot! Autumn 2010 Home Collection by Gudrun Sjödén.
From my urban-Swedish position I continue to examine the trendification of the countryside. Here’s another fresh and inspiring example. An urban career couple with a nice Stockholm apartment stumbled upon a very rickety, even dilapidated, timber cottage from the year 1792. It was in the beautiful countryside region of Hälsingland, and so their four-year adventure […]
Itty-bitty boho slash folklore inspiration for you this Friday. A sweet mix I think! To the left, a photo by Ditte Isager and to the right, the beautiful Mamma Maria lamp from Lekfull Design and some lovely vintage signs from Three Potato Four.