OK, I had more. Once I’m on it – I can’t stop! I’m loving this style: Countryish and granny-esque in city surroundings. The unexpected inside of the outside – that always wins. Now imagine this a NYC flat, not a countryside hose (I named it countryside trendification some time ago – a cool thing). It […]
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I hope you’ve all had a wonderful start of 2011! If not, It can only get better :) You will see some changes in Trendey this new year and one of those is I’ll post less often. Sad but true, need to finish some work. And that’s why this post is looooong! Can’t stop you […]
This kitchen below belongs to Underbaraclara. She has been mentioned before, not least lately as I’ve snowed in on the trendy countryside :) It’s a kitchen in 30s/50s style mainly made up of old recycled parts. An old genuine kitchen was disassembled then rebuilt to fit into this house. The decor scheme is fresh bright […]
| photographers. upper photo: sandra lane, bottom: tobias harvey |
A highly interesting and appealing interior design trend in my opinion is the Granny & Grandpa-line of interior thought. It’s a retro style not pointing out specific decades or design styles, but going a few generations back – to a time without decor-anxiety. To a time when homes were furnished and decorated from the owner’s […]
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 […]
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 […]
The decor heros of our times are Granny and Grandpa. Some of the most beloved items in our home stem from our grandparents.