In spring 2012′s colour scheme, faded pastels, beiges & greys are the main ingredients. Dark graphite grey provide the contrast. Add wood (preferably blonde) and glass or transparents. So says the trend oracles. Typically springish & nice! Above pic is a shoot of our dining area; pics below via sköna hem & skeppsholmen. Love this [...]
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Today I came across Alcro‘s brand new paint collection and Graham & Green‘s Autumn 2011 Catalogue. The themes were so similar it must be honored a post: Greys & beiges! These are pics from Alcro’s ad.natur paint collection. It’s inspired by something that makes us humans feel good: nature. Claiming that neither whites nor bright [...]
The perfect guest room design. So calm & quiet, enchanting & downright pretty.
Trendey sorts its stuff in what might be useful categories. So I just want to point to the six drop-drown menus above.
I’m not sure why it is I like the composition of this room so much… It might be the eclectic completion! Or the fact that those peculiar wall-busts (don’t know their proper name, if they have one.) are wearing hats/or a wig? Could also be the interesting ‘dancing’ sign, together with the style-mixed chandelier and [...]
Spring news! Farrow & Ball paint is, we say deservedly so, world-renowned for their purity and depth of colours. This British Paint God today introduced nine new colours to their palette. The 2011 colours range from neutrals to moody greys and takes on a mild and serene scheme. When the muted shades come together they [...]
…not on a one-horse open sleigh but on a plane. Our Heathrow flight today was cancelled but now me, Mike and the trendey-sisters’parents have rebooked to Stanstead and will hopefully jingle all the way to London. We’re going to see Henen and her husband’s New House! Well not only see but enjoy immensely for the [...]
In the dark painted wall-section lies an intriguing question: Black, blue or grey? There are some obviously great colour choices. One of these is Farrow & Balls Off-Black – Henen will show you pics of her paint results soon – and from the same manufacturer: the Abigail Ahern signature colour Down Pipe. This colour must [...]