I didn’t plan to take a break away from Espresso Moments during my Easter Break. But it sort of happened anyway.
I’ve had some wonderful days with my family. Seeing both sides of our extended families, a trip to Copenhagen with my husband (more about that in a later post), a lot of play dates for both kids, relaxing times at home – well I managed to fit quite a bit into this break.
Before I leave today, I want to show a few pictures, which inspired me during my break.
Have a wonderful week <3
All images via Stadshem: 1 – 2 – 3 – 4
Today, I’m in need of some family home inspiration.
It’s one of those horrible days. The kids didn’t sleep well, and neither did the parents. Everyone is way too tired to function normally. On top of it, they are both coughing, and it can go both ways. How are you holding up these days?
So today, I really need some inspiration, and later I really need to cuddle and do nothing at all with the kids.
I’ll leave you with a beautiful family home, which I find quite interesting. I like the simplicity of the interior, the black, white, grey scale mixed with a lot of green plants. After the night we’ve had, I’m seriously considering buying a larger bed, or placing a bed for either my husband or me in my boy’s room. I’m really inspired by the one in this family home.
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
I’ve been saving these pictures, but never got around to publishing them here on the blog. It’s yet another busy week at work, and these days I’m way too tired to get things done, when I return in the late afternoon.
I really like the atmosphere in this family home. It’s such a nice mix of furniture and cool personal details all around the home.
I’ve come across this beautiful hallway while browsing on Stadshem a few weeks ago. I keep coming back to these pictures on my Mac. I’m inspired by the minimalistic yet very functional interior. I’m dreaming about doing something similar in our hallway.
I’ll continue my smaller living theme today. I came across this beauty on Stadhem this morning. The apartment is only 38 square metre – just a tiny bit larger than my very first place. Just look at the amazing built-in-storage solutions, the cool collage above the bed and the beautiful black kitchen.