Small space living

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11 Responses to Small space living

  1. Michael says:

    What a beautiful space for living. White with wooden details! And that SMEG fridge <3. And the best of all is the small space for reading at the window, I see myself siting there, covered with blanket, in one hand hot milk with cocoa and in the other hand my favorite book.
    Thanks for this morning inspiration ^_^
    I wish you great day,
    Michael / facebook

  2. Hanh says:

    Super cute rooms!

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  4. Ola says:

    Love it. I’ve roposted these photos. Don’t you know what is the name of the brass lamp?

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  6. Kris says:

    Nicely done. I’m curious about the floating sideboard. Was that a purchased item, or a custom piece?


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