I think these pics represents a very stylish style. Airy Scandinavian with a retro touch and blends of woods, browns and black. | pic sources: 1, 2, 3 & 4, 5 | To me personally, it’s slightly too minimal & catalogueish to be adopted throughout a home. But for one room – especially like a kitchen or dining area – it is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful style concepts I can think of. This Autumn has seen another va ba boom in painted walls: blueish or browish greys.
Just wanted to say, these adorable moth sisters will go into Mr Finch’s etsy shop at 6 pm UTC/GMT +1 today.
That is in two hours. Too little time to figure out which one to invite home, they are all irresistible!
Update: At 10 pm, dinner eaten, ready to buy, my moth lady was gone. Same happened with the peculiar (textile art) girl who dreamt so much she was pretty her head turned into a flower…Lesson learned. And hey you lucky entomologist quicker-than-me, take care of the girl bottom left.
Autumn 2012 by Toast.
The Autumn hasn’t arrived meteorologically here in Stockholm just yet, but definitely emotionally and certainly interior-wisely. I think this pic very well represents the swing over to a new season. The caramel-coloured retro sofa, the arty vibe and the mix of warming cushions…
White with apricot/pink, gold & copper. How’s this for a guest room?
So peaceful. Just enough warmth and edge to make it charming.
The most gorgeous pic in the October issue of one of my 2 mag faves: Elle Decoration UK.
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 can’t really be defined into a style; closest would probably be country/folklore in a city flat. Anyway, I love the vibe.