Anna Valentine’s home

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These are some snapshots of the beautiful home of fashion designer Anna Valentine, featured in Elle Decoration. This home has a very neutral color palette, yet looks really interesting. My favorite element of this home is the gallery wall in the bedroom.

Styled by Luanne Toms (Frank Features), photographed by Elsa Young (Frank Features) for Elle Decoration.

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Stylish home with a dramatic touch

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This beautiful home for sale at Inner-city specialists is decorated with a lot of dark grey and black elements, which gives it a stylish, yet dramatic look. I like the custom solutions that are incorporated here. The kitchen works very well in a relatively small space and includes wall to wall high shelving to display the nicest kitchen accessories. In the bedroom, a custom headboard was fitted, which includes space for magazines so no separate nightstands are needed, which is a nice solution as well. The build in bookshelf in the small nude pink room is a desk at the same time. I like the contrast between the dark grey and the pink here.

The area that has the most space here is the dining table, which therefor looks like it’s the central space of the home. Even though the walls are kept white in the living room, the dramatic look continues in this room as well because the window sills are painted dark grey.

First seen on Inredningshjalpen

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Lampe Gras floor lamp from Flinders

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The N411 lamp, designed by Bernard-Albin Gras can be adjusted in many different angles, so that it is always looking over your shoulder while you are reading, knitting or doing any other creative project. The double elbow joint makes this a very practical lamp, but also adds a graphic line to the interior. By arranging the lamp to a different side, a totally different shape can be created, which makes it very versatile. Rearranging the lamp joints changes the look of the piece as well. I chose the all black version, but the lamp is available in five different finishes.
Almost the entire DCW range is available at Flinders (The classic mantis wall lamp is another one of my favorites), along with many other furniture and design pieces, both modern and classic. They have a showroom in Zaandam, the Netherlands, and online shops in Belgium, the Netherlands and Germany. Their mission is to make extraordinary interior products available for everyone and their beautifully curated product selection is definitly worth a look. The Flinders living inspiration section is inspiring as well and a great way to see the furniture in an stylish living setting.

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Lisa Robertz’s home

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I like the cozy and eclectic look of the home of Lisa Robertz of Grey Studio, featured on the Artilleriet website. Lisa’s home is a mixture of old and new objects, which makes it so interesting. I like the Saarinen dining table combined with the matt grey Thonet chairs and the small desk next to the bed especially.
To see which Artilleriet products are included in this shoot and to read more about this home, have a look here.

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Interesting play of warm and cool tints

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Flos Glo Ball – Coco Lapine ‘Anyone Home?’ print – TON chair 18 – Friends and Founders mirror – Gubi Wall lamp – Vipp Black pedal bin – H&M Home linen bedding

 

I think this is a very nice example of how to work with wall colors to create a certain atmosphere in a room. Even though quite daring, I like the nude pink kitchen cabinets very much. They combine nicely with the warm wooden dining chairs and the contrast with the blue hallway makes this look even more unique. The living room is painted in a very warm color and the bedroom wall paper gives this room a very fresh look.

via Entrance Makleri, home belongs to Sara Margaretah

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