I like the soft grey on the walls in this bedroom combined with the hardwood flooring and the beige, pink and brass accents. The two reading lights above the bed look very subtile and the combination of linen bedding and pillow cases* really stands out in this look.
The crisp white linen curtains* and the white doors look extra white against the grey walls and I think the wall vase is looking very fresh as well.
I think this small kitchen dining area has so much style. The vintage open shelf with the plates adds so much character, while the combination of the light wood and white of the table and chairs makes for a very soft look. I like the simple terracotta planters as well. This all looks so simple and effortless, yet so inviting don’t you think ?
via Kvarteret Makleri
I love how this kitchen has been decorated with a combination of open and closed storage and lots of plants. The String pocket* shelf next to the window has so many nice details and I love the climbing plant next to the window.
The dividing wall to the kitchen has an impressive open shelving as well and I love the way it has been decorated with bottles, vases and other objects. It’s things like this that add character to a home.
via Historiska Hem
I can’t get over the wall colors in this home. They are not that shouting or daring, but I love the way they are combined. The pale pink bedroom walls come peeking through the light grey living room. The pink is very subtile, yet adds such elegance to this home. The painted walls also let the beautiful mouldings on the doors stand out so nicely.
The decor itself was kept mainly in light colors, with darker accents in both kitchen and the dining room. I love the light beige couch cover* combined with the white armchair and light grey carpet. In the bedroom everything is very light and white as well, which makes the black pieces stand out very nicely.
Styled by Nouvel Interior, photographed by Alen Cordic for Bjurfors
This kitchen is jaw-dropping for the glass panelling and walls around it alone I think. Inside the kitchen blue cabinets combined with marble countertops and pale green tiles make for even more of a wow-effect.
This is a visualisation but I think this is such an inspiring place, I would love to visit and have a look once it has been built. Or even better, have one of those kitchens in my Munich apartment.
Designed by Magdalena Radałowicz, vizualised by Katarina Rulinskaya for ACV interiors
Shoe brand Birkenstock just opened up this stunning showroom apartment in Paris designed by Vinson & Co and it looks absolutely amazing. A mixture of modern and vintage pieces is layout out in this beautiful space with wing doors, high ceilings and panelled walls. I think the combination of the details of the historic architecture with the different tints of wood of the furniture works exceptionally well.
Photography by Depasquale Maffini, first seen on Leibal
Swedish furniture and accessory brand SSM has created a beautiful story around their collection in Bruno Mathsson’s summer house in Frösakull and the results are simply amazing. The wooden elements of the house match perfectly with the light wood and leather details on the SSM products and the styling is perfectly on point as well.
Styling by Sundling Kickén, photographed by Emily Laye for Smalands Skinnmanufaktur
I think the decor in this turn of the century Swedish home looks absolutely amazing. The soft grey walls combined with the original hardwood flooring and the white windows and doors make for the perfectly subtile canvas for the decorations. The place is furnished in very light colors and natural materials, with a few black accents pieces that really stand out (look at how all the attention goes to the armchair in the living room for example).
In the bedroom the black accents are more subtile in the lamp and art print but even on the bedsheets the black piping* adds this same black accent to the room just like in the living room.
I love the green plants throughout the space as well. Even though there are not that many, because of the modest color palette, they really stand out.
Styled by Grey Deco, photographed by Jonas Berg for Alvhem
This is a very simple and small bedroom, yet the carefully chosen decorations and details make this place very cozy and characterful. I love the way the textiles on the bed are combined and make the whole room more finished.
The sheer white linen curtains* combined with the linen detail on the lamp and the white bedskirt* give everything a soft touch and give the room a perfect canvas for the soft color details in the mint green duvet*, the beige throw*.
The textiles do a lot to this room in general, but tings like the beige canvas and the small brass side lamps really stand out as well.
via Entrance Makleri
I think the color palette in this bedroom works exceptionally well. The soft dusty pink on the walls and cabinet doors looks very delicate combined with the terracotta and beige fabrics of the curtains* and bedspread* and the vintage desk with the armchair adds even more character to this space.
via Historiska Hem