A beautiful styling by Swedish design store Artilleriet with the Bergs Potter terracotta pots. I have some of their pots and love them both indoors and outdoors but they look even better in this beautiful dark styling with the antique furniture, don’t you think ?
I think I might get a few of those bigger ones for my balcony soon. I love that they have a whole on the bottom so you can plant the plants directly in them.
What do you do when you have a floor to ceiling white apartment to decorate ? You could of course do many things, but one way to make this setup look less clinical is to add lots of texture coming from textiles and natural materials like the light wooden furniture. The textiles add a lot of warmth and the beige, wood and grey color palette makes for a warmer and less clean setup.
I obviously like the historic details in this beautiful home and those curved windows add just so much character to this interior. When you have such great features in your home, I think it will look even better combined with neutral interior objects. The color palette of this living and dining room is mainly grey, with the exception of the sheep skins in the living room and the wood of the flooring and series 7 chairs* in the kitchen dining space.
I love that their is even a little seating nook in the kitchen window, this looks so great and I think it’s the perfect spot to soak up some spring sun.
This living room is al white, including the floors and is the perfect canvas for a great interior styling. The room was styled in a modest, subtile yet warm vibe which has been made more fresh with the large plants by the window.
The large fluffy area rug combined with the fabric sofa makes for a cozy textile mix and the black leather armchair and the black Menu sofa tables* add great accents to all the white.
The art wall is pretty impressive too and makes the high ceilings look even more impressive. A perfectly balanced living room, styled to perfection if you ask me.
You know I really like a home when I’m having trouble selecting images for a blogpost and this is definitely one of those homes I must say ! Styled by Emma Fisher to perfection, this renovated attic apartment looks so soft an inviting.
The greige walls throughout the home reflect the sunlight in a very soft way and the decor with black accent pieces matches this wall color just perfectly. The newly built kitchen in grey fits perfectly under the angled roof and I love that the open shelving is cut off on different lengths as well to fit this look.
The ladder to the rooftop can be stored away by the wall there when it’s not in use and the downstairs bedroom looks so fresh yet cozy as well.
Even though this room is decorated in a very simple way, I think it has such a powerful look to it. I love all the beige in the wall color and soft textiles and by combining this with the green bedsheets*, a fresh touch is added.
I think the built in storage is a really great space saving solution as well if your bedroom is not that large. On the top of the bed you can keep things you don’t use often and the sides of the closet are great for hanging bedside lamps.
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My name is Sarah and I’m a Belgian designer living in Munich. I’m passionate about graphic and interior design. This blog is my space to share everything that inspires me with you. Hope you like it !