Dearest readers. I hope you enjoyed Henen’s House Tour! Judging from your response through comments & emails it was a real treat. Thanks Henen! And she’s got many more rooms in her house, so there’s more where that came from! Also, although I only got three rooms and a kitchen, I’ve done some new things recently (e.g. re-styled a drawer and re-arranged a wall) that I will share with you all soon.
Autumn season is ready to bloom and it’s an exciting time ahead now. This coming weekend, the largest meeting point for nordic interior design – the Formex fair – will take place and Trendey is invited to cover it. (As said before, this season’s trend theme is Cozy Minimalism – i.e. a contradiction in terms)) I don’t know about you, but I am really ready for some new influences now: Interior scenes not seen a thousand times already. These two pics, from September issues of Marie Claire Maison (first pic), and Style at home (2nd pic) do thrill me a bit.
A nicely decorated kitchen! I do love the ethnic vibe and the use of different tones of green and pistachio. A slight touch of industrial and the oddish objects on the selves complete the style. As an update, I just found this kitchen below and felt an urgent need to add it here (it’s Isabelle’s at Dos Family, click in for more detailed views).
I love the mood and it has also that new vibe. The tiles are gorgeous and the decor so exciting.
Below, black walls with frame groupings taken a step further as the collection of artwork is very expressive and, let say: well-travelled. I hope to see more of these interesting and dynamic globetrotterish/ethnic styles in the months to come. And I long for more folklore!