The kids have been at soccer camp all week, and my husband and I are still busy with work. Two weeks to go before I can sit back and enjoy my summer holiday with the rest of the family.
But I’m planning to rearrange a few things in our home before that. Last weekend we ended up buying the Ikea bed for my daughter, which I mentioned in this post. She’s crazy about it. Last night we watched The Karate Kid (her for the first time – and me reliving one of favourite childhood movies) in her bed. We both slept in it last night, which was really cozy. The bedding from Sirlig, which I mentioned in the last post as well is on sale right now, and I just clicked two home for the family. My daughter has been talking about it for ages, so I hope I’ll get an OMG out of her when she sees it.
We still need to decide on prints in her room. I’m not into a whole wall filled with Christopher posters, so we’ll need to find a middleway. I’ve been collecting a few free prints on Pinterest, and then we’ll find a few together.
All three prints are free. Find the Throw kindness around like confetti here, the Everything is awesome print here and the moon phase print here.
It’s Friday and what a wonderful Friday it is. We don’t have a lot of plans this weekend, which is really nice. We should do this more often, actually.
I want to share a beautiful Swedish home with you today. I always enjoy looking at these monochrome homes. I could never live like that (we’ve got too much stuff), but I find these homes really inspiring. Seeing this home, I want to paint my walls like the gorgeous office space – it’s really something special.
Stop by on Sunday
Before I leave you I want to tell you about a blogpost I’ve got planned for Sunday. I’ve got a few DIY projects for Easter planned for you, so I hope you’ll stop by. I’m pretty sure you and your kids (if you’ve got any)will love them, and your Easter table will look great. I’m planning on making a few of the decorations with my kids this weekend as well. As soon as we’re finished, I’ll share a picture or two on Instagram.
Have a fantastic weekend <3
Are you ready for some bedroom inspiration?
Last week, I showed you a very cute kid’s room, filled with inspiration – check out the post right here, if you missed it.
Today, I’m going to take you back to the very same home, because I want to show you a cool detail in the bedroom. As some of you might remember, I’ve had a thing for the Botkyrka wall shelf from Ikea, for quite some time. Then when I looked closer at this bedroom, and discovered the shelves above the bed, I was very pleased. This is such a cool solution, and the perfect way to display books, and all the other things you tend to have beside your bed.
It’s so simple, clean cut and I’m still in love with them. I did end up buying a couple of white shelves for my boy’s room. They are perfect for all his Lego.
Images via Planete Deco
I’m really fascinated by this Swedish home, which I found on Stadshem. Just take a look at the bedroom. What an amazing room!
I love the black ‘wall’ separating the two beds from each other. It’s the perfect way to create two rooms in one. I’ll be looking into a similar solution for our home that’s for sure. And what a perfect workspace as well. I would love to work from home and looking out on the trees.
The bunk bed is wonderful. I’ll show it to my daughter when she gets home, because on top of her wishlist is a bunk bed. This one is perfect for inspiration. The rest of the home is also quite breathtaking. I hope you’ll enjoy the tour and hopefully get inspired just like I did.
Have a wonderful day <3
Earlier this week – in this post – I promised you a sneak peak of my bedroom-corner-wishlist. This is what the ultimate wishlist looks like. I won’t be by buying everything on this list just yet, but hopefully in time, my bedroom corner will look something along these lines. I really hope that we’ll find the time to get started soon, and then I’ll be able to show you real pictures of my new girly corner.
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