Most of the bloggers I know have an absolute love about interiors and their personal spaces, as they often feature on their blogs, even when they don't write about interiors. Mine included. Obviously. I was looking on instagram the other day to get some of my inspiration for a post when I bumped into this dreamy space of Swedish Hannas Änglar. A relaxed space with accents of green and lots of white, this is a space that is perfect for her family of 5 (plus one gorgeous cat).
So 2 weeks ago I had a wonderful team from Made.com in the house to shoot photography and video as our home was chosen as their "House of the Month". Wait, what!!? I was completely shocked when I got the call and jumped to the opportunity with no questions asked. I love MADE and have featured their products numerous times on this blog. So if they wanted to shoot at our home, I was super keen to let them in! The whole theme in this shoot was Dark Interiors and how to style the
This amazing apartment was styled by Annaleena Shem in collaboration with Eklund Stockholm New York. ESNY is an international real estate brokerage specializing in the most exclusive properties and they teamed up for a styled photoshoot for a website. The property didn’t even make it on the website before it was snapped up by its new owner! In the styled shoot the classic white walled, chevron floored apartment got an update with a luxurious deep burgundy, black and gold. The
Turtle Table - Traffic Grey, UniversoPositivo, £433; Coffee Table Grey Bloomingville £145, Tom Dixon Offcut Coffee Table - Natural, £340, all via AMARA For a similar wood and metal table try the KALENG by Lombok Similar sideboard: try the Ercol Romana, £1730 available at Glasswells (UK) About A Lounge Chair AAL83, Black Stained Legs, HAY, £582 from CLIPPINGS; bronze nesting Side Table Set - Bronze by Notre Monde, £450 via AMARA #HouseTour #shop #Scandi
Lucy Tiffney aka the whirling dervish to those who watched series 3 of the Great Interior Design Challenge on BBC2 this year, is ready to share her home style with Seasons in Colour and I am very excited to have her featured on the blog. Lucy, a textile design lecturer and rug designer, made it all the way to the final and along the way produced some of the best rooms we have seen in the GIDC, including the Swedish boxed bed room below. Lucy's home Lucy lives with husband Tif
In this grand Victorian terrace, in Melbourne's South Yarra district, designer Fiona Lynch managed to transform an otherwise small living area into a modern and light lounging space. The designer introduced custom designed cabinetry as well as architectural features through selected furniture (see that outdoor Corallo chair in the end of the post, it's just fabulous!) while sheer curtains keep the light in and the walls plain white. In this living space I love how art is used
This exclusive traditional Parisian apartment of Haussmanian era was furbished and styled in modern clean style by London based interior designer of scandinavian origin Jessica Vedel. Referencing furniture pieces such as Ronaldo Tufty and with an outside exterior and fireplace courtesy of Bertrand Benoit, this apartment is crudely minimalistic but a triumph of design in its own right. Les luminaires Throughout the 1950s, Mouille designed large, angular, insect-like wall mount
This sophisticated apartment in Lisbon, Portugal, styled by Portuguese Interior design office SAARANHA&VASCONCELOS reflects the taste and criteria of its owner, a single businessman. The colours used in the living room combine warm and cool tones; one sees soft cream and taupe mixed with antique gold creating an environment at once formal and inviting. The orange velvet armchair adds interest and together with the zebra hide stools become a talking point and bring the scheme
At the South of Lisbon in Portugal, near Comporta, in a charming seaside environment, the decoration of this house cladded with soft blue wood was taken on by SA & V who created an atmosphere full of happiness and evocative of holidays. Expect light filled rooms with white walls, unclattered look and pops of pink, orange neon across the bedrooms. My personal favourite? The stripy double ottoman in the living room is a true gem! Similar chairs by Calligaris - the New York chai
An 1890s brownstone in Greenwich Village, New York. The raised ground floor contains an open-plan kitchen, dining and living space, pantry and bathroom. The first floor is home to the master bedroom, dressing room and library, en-suite bathroom and terrace. There are four further bedrooms and two bathrooms on the second and third floors, with a roof garden above. A family room, sixth bedroom, bathroom and WC occupy the lower-ground floor.
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