| by stylist marcus hay | Hello! Here’s some happy hues for you. | from residence magazine # 11 – 2011 | I find all of these schemes & styles very appealing and nice, especielly on a November day… | from vårt nya hem 11-2011 | Gorgeous colour combos. The wall colour (above ) is [...]
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Trendey has been awfully quiet lately..! I’m busy saving the world, and if not Henen decides on a sudden comeback, this slow is how it’ll stay a couple more months. To spice up the place a little, here’s some views from my favourite room. Firstly, note that I put my grey skirt on the Ge’-lamp. [...]
That’s what I love. I didn’t know about photographer Ashley Campbell, until I stumbled upon a reference to her blog Under the Sycamore in French Côté Maison. I also learned she sometimes writes about DIY on Design*Sponge. Anyways, the bohemian spirit in these pics makes me so happy… An absolutely amazing kitchen wall – gorgeous [...]
I think the debate that the book and the phenomenon Undecorate have created is very interesting. Some, including myself, find the free, creative and personal no-rules-approach very liberating. Breaking ‘rules’ about how the perfect home should look like is pure pleasure. To play with colour, scale, proportion, texture, etc and find something creative, lively and [...]
So, colour & paint giants say a brave reddish pink and a citrusy yellow are the colours of the year 2011. Akzo Nobel also for each year delievers a full colour trend forecast, in their Colour Futures. For the year 2011 both strong brave pink and happy yellow are on-the-spot. Overall, the colours in 2011 [...]
| image via kelly wearstler |
Kitchen decor winds are blowing this style in Trendey’s direction. Basically simple with nostalgic hints. Retro, recycle and charm summarize this kitchen blend. Open shelves, fresh flowers, some 50s details and happy accents are all parts of the mix. | picis via marieclairemaison & sköna hem. the wonderful still life pics by photographer trine thorsen [...]
….must be the jester stocking! Adoringly whimsy and cute. I always enjoy a touch of circus in home decor, it makes me smile. Pics via photographer Nato Welton.