Call it industrial with warmth, country sleek or retro, nature and vintage combined – the trendiest kitchens right now all embrace contrasts. The kitchen is a place for social interaction – just like in the old days they are true multifunctional rooms. The most popular kitchen is bright and cozy. Homey and social. Simple but […]
Posts tagged "countryside trendification"
| photographers. upper photo: sandra lane, bottom: tobias harvey |
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 […]
There is something going on in the countryside!
This home, featured at mixr.se, is nothing less than pure country living! The house is situated outside the sunny town Karlstad in Sweden, and the couple living in it actually manage without water and sanitary sewer. However, they have broadband (!) The old log house has been passed down for generations. Current inhabitants are the […]
There is a wide range, a large and mixed content, within the Scandinavian interior style. There are many different versions: Danish, Norwegian and Swedish style to mention a few. And within these, subcategories. Urban, country, folklore, etc. All with common (Scandinavian) denominators. The Scandi style that recently has been most popular is surely an industrial […]
There is a blog called Fine Little Day. Maybe you all knew about it. I didn’t. It has a shop attached to it, a fine little shop, but what I particularly want to talk about is wallpapers. Wallpaper-envy. Of all the wallpapers on the planet, these below are of the kind I’m most passionate about. […]