I’m so drawn to this beautiful and light apartment styled by Josefin Håag for Fantastic Frank in Stockholm. The decor and furniture that she chose are all beige, brown, yellow or made out of natural materials. This gives the space a very warm look and adds some more coziness to the otherwise all white apartment.
This beautiful kitchen in warm grey is designed by Louise Liljencrantz. I like the cozy and inviting atmosphere and the dark table which has a built in leather bench. The details like the hanging pans and the open shelving with the bowls are very nice as well.
The new Restaurant Barr opened its doors in Copenhagen (in the former Noma space) and the interior is just so beautiful. The warm wood tints combined with the rough walls of the building look so warm and inviting. The project was designed by Snøhetta architects.
Ikea recently released Skådis, a peg board with accessories for organizing your workspace. I like the clean and simple look in this bright and white workspace.
Styling by Anna Lenskog Belfrage, assisted by Alicia Sjöström, photographed by Ragnar Omarsson via Ikea Livet Hemma
I think this small living space looks so inviting. The mint green kitchen is an Ikea base, updated with Superfront handles and cabinet fronts. It has such a fresh look in this warm interior that consists mostly out of grey tints combined with wood.
I love the difference in mood between those two adjacent rooms. The kids room is painted in a nude pink color, which looks soft and vibrant. The color of the kids room peeps through the wing doors of the living room, which is painted in a soft grey. I like this combination of colors very much.
via Historiska Hem
Our entryway is the last area in our apartment to really take shape and I’m so happy with our new Verde mirror designed by Rikke Frost for Woud, which we hung up over the weekend. Since we moved the white Tylko cabinet to the other side, we had this big empty wall and I had been wondering about hanging up some art pieces, but a mirror makes so much more sense in this space.
The design is inspired by metal furniture from the fifties, and their use of simple shapes in combination with a functional perspective. Behind the mirror, there is a hidden shelf which can hold a plant, small picture frames or other objects depending on which room the mirror is placed in. I opted for a small plant that hangs over on one side (I love that you can see the reflection of the plant in the mirror as well). You can also hang clothes on the side of the mirror – shown here – and the bottom part of the structure functions as a hanging rail as well. I love this combination of functionalities and the graphic look the simple lines of the design give to our hallway.
Les Trois Cochons is one of the restaurants in the Cofoco range in Copenhagen. I love their green tile wall, combined with the cognac leather bench and the bistro chairs. The interior is such an important factor for the vibe of a restaurant and I’m very curious to visit this place one day.
This is the beautiful Nomad workspace in Copenhagen, recently redesigned by Natalia Sanchez. The color palette is so intriguing and absolutely beautiful. I think this place feeds creativity and I would love this to be my workplace. By the way, remember the blogpost from last week about the new Broste Copenhagen collection ? It was shot in this space as well.
I think this deep green color of the bedding in this place stands out so nicely against the light grey walls, the grey accessories and the lovely fishbone flooring. This is such an interesting combination that immediately catches the eye.
via Historiska Hem