When I first spotted these images on my phone I thought that the kitchen was in a dusty pink shade but looking closer I of course see that it isn´t. However, there was something about the mix of materials and colors that caught my eye. Like finding things that do not look like everything else.
A penthouse in Antwerp by Hans Verstuyft Architects.
Pic via Bolig Magasinet with thanks.
The perfect compact living on 32m2 with an amazing view over the park in one of my favorite areas of Stockholm. For sale now through Esny.
The rain is pouring down outside so picking out some of my favorite summer memories from our weeks in France to keep the energy going. When looking back I realize it is so much about cooking and food when having time of and luckily we have friends and family who share the same interest so with a few kilos gained we are now back with more freckles and hopefully ready for a Fall full of work and new projects. Looking back at this I feel super thankful for the life we have and really do appreciate every single minute of it.
All pics by me.
In addition to being a never ending source of inspiration, stylist & photographer Daniella Witte also has an incredible home. I just love her dining room that she so boldly has painted in black and the outdoor area is just amazing. That white wall surrounding it all gives it a feel of being way far south than Sweden and I would just love to spend mornings, days and evenings on a terrace like that.
So many details I like about this house, Toorak2 by Australian Robson Rak Architects & Interior Designers. The layered dining room table, the office with the blue velvet chairs, the leather bench in the hallway, the open doors to the garden from the living room, the surface of the sofa table, the massive stove and much more.
These pictures are not new but I don´t think I´ve ever shown them and was reminded of Swedes in NY when Director Johan Renck is now selling his flat (see pics here). This is (or at least was) the home of singer Nina Persson in Harlem, NY, and I still find it very inspiring.