I love it when I’m just surfing around and I stumble upon something very special. This is the case with this home. I’m so inspired by the painting hanging above the sofa. What I also like about this home is the fact that you can see that this is a kitchen where you actually cook. Things are there to be used and not just on display. And the last detail I want to point out is the lamp above the television.
I’m always impressed by Susanna Vento’s work, and this is no exception. These three pictures styled by her are so inspiring and who wouldn’t want to be a kid again, if these were the kind of toys you could play with?
Images: Susanna Vento
It’s Monday again. But it’s a pretty special week, so it’s not that bad. I’m going out with a great friend of mine, going to meditation and then it’s the beginning of the second round of Blogging Your Way with Holly Becker from Decor8 and Leslie Shewring from A Creative Mint and I’m really looking forward to it this time. It was so much fun the first time, but I had just started a new job, and I didn’t have as much time to do the projects as I could have hoped for. So now I’m all settled in at work, and I’m up for the challenge once again.
To kick off the week, I’ll show you this cool Danish loft – I hope you like it.
Images House to Home
Had my life look different, I would move into this amazing flat right away. Gosh, I love so many details about it, and the rawness of it – and yet it’s so fragile. I’m almost speechless. Just enjoy and have a lovely weekend.
I came across this beautiful bedroom. I love the fact that it is in black and white. It must be a real calming place to be in. I would love to see the bed though. It would be interesting to see the rest of the room as well. Since she’s done such a great job decorating this corner, I’m pretty sure the rest is mind-blowing as well.
Images: Vosges Paris
I’ve fallen in love with this beautiful shade by Dutch designer Tord Boontje. The floral Garland Shade really shows his admiration for the intricate, romantic aesthetic of 17th and 18th century objects.
I think I’ve seen it in black as well, but I’m not sure it’s the same lamp. So I’ll go looking for that one as well. If I don’t find it anywhere else, I might consider buying it right here. But to be honest, I haven’t looked around for it much yet.
Images: moma store